Well what a brilliant bill of comedian’s we had last night and of course a fantabulous audience who laughed at us. See you again next week for another great night of comedy.
Another brilliant night of free comedy lined up for you tomorrow, Headlines: – Dom Mackie and Harry Pugh + Support Acts – 8pm The Boathouse Pub, Cambridge.
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Martin, Chris and myself are back again with another pointless conversation – please have a listen, review and rate 5 stars wherever you listen to the podcast.
This is the sister podcast to OutLuke On Life where I have weekly conversations with fellow comedians from all over the circuit. Originally I was going to keep them as part of OutLuke On Life but I didn’t want to hurt Chris and Martin’s feelings – so they will still get their monthly offload and vent sessions with me.
What a fantastic launch night, wonderful crowd and brilliant comedians – can’t wait until next Wednesday. A huge thank you to our MC Martin Westgate, Headlines Aaron Spalding and Alex Kealy, plus all of the great footliners Simon Weakes, Vincenzo Carrozzino, Granny Smith, Oliver Neve, Danny Mark, Adam Joyce and Jason Stampe.
See you all next week – Wednesday 8pm at The Boathouse Pub, Cambridge.
What an absolutely fantastic evening, a big thanks to Joe Tennant for putting on the night and of course the wonderful audience for laughing at all of our sets. I look forward to performing there again.
I recorded Episode 8 of OutLuke On Life with rising star, Dom Mackie today at The White Horse, Milton, Cambridge. (Lovely pub by the way, strongly recommend). It was a really great conversation, he’s an extremely determined individual and destined for great things. I endeavour to get this episode cut, sliced and released Monday. Stay Tuned!
It was an absolute pleasure to perform for Mirth Control Comedy at The Portland Arms last Friday, I really look forward to working with them more in the future. All of the acts, Pam Ford, Scotty Boom Boom, Aideen McQueen and Alan Francis were brilliant; well the audience seemed to them think so.