TV stand-up, Alun Cochrane, is headlining a comedy night in Dudley this weekend.
The Yorkshireman has appeared on the likes of Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. He is also the regular co-host for Frank Skinner’s popular Saturday radio show.
Cochrane is headlining the latest Comedy At The Court House, at the Court House pub in Dudley town centre, on Saturday night. Tickets are just £10 and there are still a few left, with support provided by Scouse scally Nige and up and coming acts Danny Clives and Jason Stampe. It will be hosted as ever by resident MC Wayne Beese, from Dudley, who said:
“Alun Cochrane is a brilliant storytelling comic, a really dry wit with a brilliant observational mind. People will recognise him off the telly so it’s a real coup to get him here to Dudley to perform and, with tickets being an absolute bargain for a tenner, we hope people will turn out.
“The support acts are brilliant too and the pub has one of the best selections of real ale in the Black Country. Come and give us a try, you won’t be disappointed.”
The regular monthly night at the Court House is part of the Funny Beeseness chain of comedy clubs and shows. Doors open at 8pm in the room upstairs where the show is held, with the gig starting at 8.30pm. For further information, or to book, go to funnybeeseness.co.uk.