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Stockport Express - - What’s On - Ted Doan

OC­TO­BER is shap­ing up to be one of our busiest months with so many ex­cit­ing events planned.

Seven Miles Out is a great venue for a get to­gether and we are de­lighted that so many Stock­port-based com­mu­nity groups and or­gan­i­sa­tions have cho­sen us as a place to host their spe­cial events.

In a cou­ple of weeks we will be part­ner­ing with Ebony and Ivory Com­mu­nity Or­gan­i­sa­tion to host a screen­ing of the I Am Not Your Ne­gro for Black His­tory Month. More de­tails on that com­ing soon.

This Thurs­day evening we wel­come the re­turn of A Laugh In Stock­port after a cou­ple of months’ sum­mer break. It’s not been the same with­out them and so we hope you will join us for an evening of mirth and mer­ri­ment with more first-class stand-up com­edy up close and per­sonal with Danny McLough­lin.

Sharp ma­te­rial and quick wits have seen Danny firmly es­tab­lish him­self as one of the coun­try’s premier comics.

A highly re­garded MC and sought after name on any cir­cuit bill, Danny reg­u­larly per­forms at the UK’s big­gest clubs in­clud­ing; The Com­edy Store, The Glee Clubs and Ko­me­dia, as well as hav­ing ap­peared at many of the coun­try’s mu­sic fes­ti­vals in­clud­ing Lat­i­tude and Leeds.

Dur­ing his ca­reer Danny has also sup­ported a num­ber of acts on tour in­clud­ing; Sean Lock, Micky Flana­gan, Sarah Mil­li­can and Doc Brown. Grac­ing our small screens Danny has also ap­peared on ‘One Night Stand’ for Chan­nel Dave and the ‘Premier League Show’ for BBC Two. Danny McLough­lin is a class act. […] His in­nate comic tim­ing, in­sight­ful di­gres­sions and abil­ity to think on his feet puts him along­side the most tal­ented and gen­uinely funny co­me­di­ans.” – Three Weeks

Join­ing Danny will be Jay Hamp­son and guest MC Lewis Charlesworth plus lots more com­edy acts. Get your tick­ets un­der the counter from Seven Miles Out or book on­line to se­cure your seats at www. stock­port­com­

On Fri­day at 7.30pm we have our monthly Twang! hosted by the won­der­ful folks from The Stock­port Ukulele Play­ers.

There is noth­ing more joy­ous than 50 ukulele play­ers singing and strum­ming along and they are never short of an ap­pre­cia­tive au­di­ence.

All ages are wel­come to join us for our most unique and en­gag­ing mu­si­cal so­cial evening.

Satur­day prom­ises to be a big night out as Stock­port’s young in­die rock ’n’ roll rebels Kash­mere raise the roof.

These likely lads are des­tined for great things and al­ways put on an amaz­ing en­er­getic show. If you haven’t yet had the plea­sure, make sure you don’t miss this gig. Kash­mere know how to dish up slices of per­fect in­die pop with shim­mer­ing guitars, soar­ing melodies and multi-lay­ered vo­cals as demon­strated with their sin­gles ‘Blow Your Mind,’ ‘Porce­lain’ and the in­fec­tious ‘Hox­ton.’

They are the nat­u­ral suc­ces­sors to Blos­soms so don’t miss this op­por­tu­nity to see them at Seven Miles Out with great sup­port from Scar­let Fever and Car­na­tion.

It’s free so ar­rive early and claim your place.

For more in­for­ma­tion on our up and com­ing events please visit www. sev­en­mile­

●●Joey and Char­lie from Kash­mere

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