Ferry funny! Mick’s date at The Atkinson
ACOMEDY writer for John Bishop is among comedians starring at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Southport this weekend.
Mick Ferry is an award-winning star of BBC1`s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and writer for John Bishop’s Britain (BBC1).
He is another top class headliner who is renowned as a fine and imaginative act – so much so that he is one of the most sought-after comics on the British and International circuit.
On TV he has starred in BBC1`s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow as well as Comedy Blue and The Comedy Store (both Comedy Central).
He made his big screen debut in 2009 in Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric – a hit feature film at the Cannes film festival where it was nominated for the prestigious Palm D’Or.
A prolific comic, he is a writer on John Bishop’s Britain (BBC1).
Mick is much admired among his fellow comics and has been invited to perform as the official tour support not just for Johnny Vegas but for Sean Lock, Peter Kay, Al Murray and Steve Coogan too.
No surprise then that he’s been voted Best Live UK Stand-Up 2013 and is part of the team that won the Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Panel Prize 2014.
Also on the bill at The Atkinsonis Tom Wrigglesworth, a highly celebrated comedy talent, and creator and star of the BBC Radio 4 show Tom Wrigglesworth’s Open Letters.
Tom also recently appeared on BBC Three’s Russell Howard’s Good News.
This Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee (formerly The Perrier Award) is one of the smartest, funniest stand-ups you could hope to spend an evening with: An unmissable performer.
Completing the line-up, Luke Honnority is living proof that some people were born to be on stage.
He combines childish humour with an amazing self awareness and natural stage presence resulting in an infectiously funny set.
Luke is a big favourite among comedians on the circuit.
As a result of his fast growing reputation he’s been chosen to support some big names, such as Russell Kane and Katherine Ryan, on tour.
Plus your MC is Damion Larkin, one of Britain’s most promising comedy talents, renowned for being a spontaneous and lovable host.
He said: “All line-ups are subject to change, but don’t worry, we’ll only replace them with someone twice as funny!”
The event is on Saturday, February 4, doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Tickets are £15 in advance, £18 on the door, or £40 for a season ticket (any four shows).
For more details, visit: www. theatkinson.co.uk or call the box office on 01704 533333.
Mick Ferry is headling at the LOL comedy night at The Atkinson