The Frazer Theatre Comedy Club - October 2023

The Frazer Theatre Comedy Club returns on Friday 6th October with four more of the greatest comedians working today!

Tickets are £10 in advance with any remaining tickets available for £12 on the door.  Doors open at 7.30pm and the show starts at 8pm.

Appearing at the club this month are*:

Gavin Webster
Gavin Webster is an award winning and legendary comedian from the North East of England. After making his modest debut in a pub in Gateshead in February 1993, on the same bill as Ross Noble he’s done over seven thousand gigs performing all over the world including Abu Dhabi, Australia, Hong Kong, Dubai, Bahrain, Qatar, Singapore & Malaysia.

Famed and respected by his peers for his uncompromising and unusual approach and distinctly original routines, he now boasts a large cult following round the country. Gavin has also supported some of the biggest household names on tour including Kevin Bridges, Alexi Sayle, Lee Evans, Jack Dee and Phill Jupitus.

Adam Coumas
Adam Coumas hosted the prestigious AAA Stand Up show at the Underbelly during the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and came Runner Up in the NATYs Award 2020. An exciting new name on the circuit, Adam takes an unflinching look at modern life.

Seeta Wrightson
A fast rising star of the comedy circuit Seeta made her TV debut on the BBC New Comedy Awards back in 2022. A regular face at clubs across the UK, Seeta has built up a big reputation in her native Yorkshire. Recently she also provided tour support for Kiri Pritchard-Mclean.

Lee Kyle
Described by the BBC as a “top up-and-coming comedy performer”, Lee Kyle has spent much of his life on a never ending quest to never have a proper job. He was in an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler and then trying his hand at stand-up. Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, his jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs. He has written for Radio 4 and appeared on BBC Radio’s Jesting About as well as 4 Extra’s ‘History of Geordie Comedy’ and wrote and starred in a sketch for ITV’s coverage of the Rugby World Cup and CBBC’s Wolfblood premiere. He hosts the successful ‘Which is the Best?’ podcast and has a Youtube video with 2.5 million views, on which most of the comments are from American’s telling him they can’t understand his accent.

*Line-up subject to change

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