BIG-HEARTED Manchester comedian Justin Moorhouse will bring his latest stand-up show ‘Destiny Calling’ to Saddleworth as part of his national tour later this year.
The funny man will be on the road from 8September – 11 December at venues up and down the country.
For one night only he will stop off at the Royal George on Manchester Road in Greenfield for an evening hosted by Off the Rails Comedy Club.
In the last year Justin has killed three animals unintentionally, had part of his body removed and started to dress like a toddler. Mid life crisis? Maybe. Funny? Definitely.
His comedy has gone down well with critics, with the Sunday Times saying “Moorhouse charms the pants off the crowd” while Chortle says his show is “A guaranteed hour of laughs”.
2015 has already been a busy year for Justin, reprising the tiger-faced Young Kenny for the record breaking run of Phoenix Nights Live at the Manchester Arena which raised over £5million for Comic Relief.
He also wowed the nation on Live at the Apollo (BBC1) after appearing several times on The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave) and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1).
He has written and starred in two series of Everyone Quite Likes Justin (BBC Radio 4) as well as helming his own podcast About 30 Minutes, No More Than 45.
And with Les Dawson as his specialist subject, Justin won Celebrity Mastermind champion (BBC1) and is also the 2014/15 Champion of Champions on Radio 5 Live’s Fighting Talk.
Justin Moorhouse will appear at The Royal George in Greenfield on Thursday, September 24. Doors 7.30pm for 8pm show. Tickets from: www.wegottickets.com/event/302895