Uniquely stubborn, outright impractical and undeniably hilarious. Geordie comic Carl Hutchinson comes to Darlington Comedy Festival fresh from touring the country supporting Chris Ramsey with another brilliant hour of stand-up.
An old man in a young man's body, he possesses the uncanny ability to both irritate and be irritated in a charming and endearing manner. Described as "The Larry David of the North East" Carl's energetic, articulate and dynamic performance makes this his best show yet. Expect "Big Laughs" (Time Out).
“Effortlessly hilarious. He captivates the audience with his perfectly timed suspenseful silences and plain-talking sense-making” - Three Weeks
“Hutchinson’s trump card is the way he interacts with the audience, rolling with every ‘ooh’ and ‘aah’ his material generated, giving a dynamism and spontaneity to his performance” - Chortle
Suave, sophisticated, urbane - who is the Debonair Assassin? Certainly not Nick Doody. He's an idiot.
Acclaimed comedian Nick Doody brings his 7th solo hour to the Darlington Comedy Festival in a show about the difference between the heroes we'd like to be and the freaks we really are.
“Simply the best unadulterated, gimmick-free hour of stand-up I've seen” - Chortle
“Some of the best political material I have heard in a while... comic genius” - The Scotsman
“Very impressive… unfailingly good punchlines... intelligent and funny… comes with the Chortle seal of approval” - Chortle
Tickets are now on-sale for this show from the Darlington Comedy Festival shop.
Tickets for this show can also be bought in person from Sloan's, Grange Road, Darlington, or by telephone on 01325 362 363.
Tickets for this show are £5 each. Doors open at 7:30pm with the show starting at 8pm.