Span Arts’ Comedy Club is bringing over three real funny guys to the Queens Hall, Narberth on April 10, when the fast-rising names Dougie Dunlop and Ste Porter are joined by brilliant compere Phil Butler.
Dougie Dunlop is described by Frankie Boyle as “a terrific comedian”. He has played at many leading comedy clubs, including Comedy Store, Comedy Café and Up the Creek, with his unique take on life and laid back style making him a popular act.
Starting his career in Edinburgh, the spiritual home of live performance, he quickly became a very appealing comic after headlining the renowned Big Value Comedy Package at the Fringe festival. Dougie went on to support Kevin Bridges on his 2012 tour, as well as being selected as support by many other household names.
Adding to the fun is the very-Liverpudlian Ste Porter, who BBC Leeds called “ready wit; one to watch”. Ste is already a resident MC at Liverpool’s Laughterhouse Comedy Club, having risen quickly in his career.
Compere for the evening is Phil Butler, who would rather be lying on a cruise ship rather than performing the comedy circuit, which has forced him into performing for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. His cheeky charm and hugely expressive face create a very versatile and lively act, with The Stage concluding that “Phil Butler’s got it all!”
Span Arts’ long-running and popular comedy night is a light-hearted non-stop evening of laughs with a cosy atmosphere and candle-lit cabaret seating.
Tickets are available from the Span Arts box office on 01834 869 323, or on the website span-arts.org.uk.