By Jodie Saville
A STAR line-up of hilarious comedians will have their audience in stitches to help raise funds for Greenfield Primary School.
The school’s Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and Rob Riley are thrilled to present Saddleworth’s Off The Rails Comedy Club fundraising evening on Saturday, February 8.
Taking to the stage to raise money for the school will be comedians Mark Nelson, Justin Moorhouse and Wilson Milton as well as MC Rob Riley.
Mark Nelson is an award-winning comedian, snatching the Scottish Comedian of the Year Award in 2006.
His comedy is a mixture of brilliant one liners, cutting observations and dark humour, so if you are easily offended, then this might not be the comedy night for you!
Manchester-born comedian Justin Moorhouse – also a presenter and actor – has toured the UK with his stand-up and in February 2015 raised £5 million for Comic Relief.
He is also established in the radio world, writing his own sitcom Everyone quite likes Justin for BBC Radio 4 and has presented shows on BBC Radio Manchester.
Wilson Milton is an up-and-coming London-based comedian who was one of the Get-Up, Stand-Up Finalists of 2018, and is progressing up the comedic ladder with his cheeky charm, curveball one liners and anecdotes.
The comedy night will be held at Royal George, Manchester Road, Greenfield on Saturday, February 8, starting at 8.30pm. Doors open 30 minutes before the show.
Tickets cost £15 on the door or £12 in advance from the pub or online: www.saddleworthcomedy.co.uk
Over 18s only. The show is fully seated and contains very strong language.