Knock Knock comedy club returns to Scunthorpe next week

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After a sold out January show, the Knock Knock comedy club returns to The Baths Hall on Thursday, February 19, with three more great comedians.

Irishman Andrew Ryan made his comedy circuit debut in 2008 when he spontaneously entered an open mic contest.

Fast forward to 2015 and he is now one of the most exciting talents in recent years; in demand as an act and an MC at the biggest comedy clubs across the UK & Ireland.

Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural observational stand up. He has performed stand-up on BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Best of the Edinburgh Festival Live on BBC3 & Live at The Comedy Store for Comedy Central.

Nathan Caton has written for children’s TV series Rastamouse. A former Chortle Student Comedian of the Year, he has also appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News and Mock the Week. He has been active on the UK comedy circuit since the tender age of 19.

Last year Geoff Norcott supported Sarah Millican on tour, before hitting the Edinburgh festival where he played to sold out crowds and rave reviews. He also found himself on a viral YouTube clip with golfer Rory McIlroy - which saw Geoff voice a robot character - which went on to smash two million views within 5 days. He’s a very, very funny man as well as the voice of a robot.

The event will be held, as usual, in our downstairs lounge and places are limited. Tickets, priced £10 (booking fee may apply), are available now via www.bathshall.co.uk, in person at The Box Office or by calling 0844 8542776. Acts subject to change.