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Last Laugh Comedy Club @ The Lescar Thurs 7 Feb 8pm


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The Last Laugh Comedy Club is back at the Lescar this Thursday with a cracking bill of comedy. Joe Broomhead is joined by Adam Rushton and one of the elder fathers of the original UK alternative circuit, Nick Revell.


Date – Thurs 7 Feb – Doors 8pm Show 8 30pm

Venue – Lescar, Sharrowvale Rd

Tickets - £8 / £5 NUS http://www.wegottickets.com/sheffieldcomedy



An instant hit with the audience with a completely unique and hilarious opening which places the audience in the palm of his hand right from the start.


Joe has exploded onto the comedy circuit earning him a reputation with comedy promoters and a fast track ticket to the world of professional comedy.


"Joe is a rare thing, a total comedy natural!" LOVE COMEDY



Originally from Liverpool but now residing in Manchester. Adam started performing comedy in 2010 after serving 5 years in The Royal Navy. Over the past 3 years he has racked up 300 plus gigs at some of the biggest clubs in the country including Glee, Highlight, Jongleurs & The Comedy Store as well as doing corporate work & gigs in Europe.


"Fantastic Compere" - Patrick Monahan




Ahead of his national tour we have a real treat for alternative comedy fans, Nick is recognised as one of the original comics who pioneered the whole comedy scene. Nick was a regular at The Comedy Store and Jongleurs and made many visits to the Edinburgh Fringe, including Brave New Comedy in 1984 (with Arnold Brown, Norman Lovett and Paul Merton) and was nominated for the Perrier Award for his solo show in 1987.


He’s appeared on countless TV and Radio shows, including Friday Night Live, Live at Jongleurs, made two visits to the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, several series of the award-winning Million Pound Radio Show on BBC Radio 4 in which he co-starred with Andy Hamilton, two series of the Radio 4 sit-com The Nick Revell Show, and his own show Nick Revell, on BBC-1. Also panel shows such as Just A Minute, The News Quiz, Quote Unquote.


His TV and Radio credits as a writer include sitcoms, sketch shows and material for other comedians - Drop the Dead Donkey, Dressing for Breakfast, After You’d Gone, Dave Allen, Three of a Kind, Not the Nine O’Clock News, Alas Smith and Jones, Rory Bremner and Jasper Carrot, The Million Pound Radio Show, House of the Spirit Levels, Living with the Enemy, Weekending, The News Huddlines, The Unofficial Election, The Nick Revell Show, and The Sunday Format, to name but a few. Awards for the above include Perrier Nominee, BAFTAs, International Emmys, British Comedy Awards, Sony Radio Awards, Writers’ Guild Awards, Silver Rose of Montreux.


"A master craftsman" (Time Out)

"...one of the most creative and incisive comics on the circuit" (Guardian)

"Revell's pedigree goes back to the Eighties, but his patter is as relevant today as it ever was" (London Evening Standard)

"Satirically brilliant. Travel miles to see him" (Guardian)

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