Pavilion Arts Centre, St. John’s Road, Buxton, SK17 6XN
T: 01298 72190
Entry / Cost: £9 in advance, £12 on the door
More stand-up from some new and not-so-new faces on the comedy club circuit.
Ticket bookings can be made online at buxtonoperahouse.org.uk or tickets can be purchased from the Box Office Tel: 01298 72190 or in person. Tickets can also be purchased on the door.
When: 4th February September 2022, 8pm
Tonight’s Buzz Club headliner is Tony Cowards, a rapid-fire gag merchant with an arsenal full of one-liners, for laughs-per-minute he’s a tough act to beat! His quick wit has made him a popular act in comedy clubs and his jokes turn up in all sorts of places, from greetings cards to The Times newspaper.
Tonight’s compere is John Cooper. He has performed in hundreds of comedy clubs and theatres and is also a member of Comedysportz, Manchester’s long-running improv team. You might already have seen him in character as his alter ego Danny Pensive.
When: 4th March 2022, 8pm
Tonight’s Buzz Club headliner is Alex Boardman, now one of the most sought-after acts in the country due to his ability to interact with any audience and to seemingly conjure something out of nothing. His free-flowing style and natural charm breeze through in performances.
Tonight’s compere is Paul T. Eyres. He was so bored of middle-class values that he converted to Buddhism, only to win the title of world’s rudest Buddhist. Despite his everyman appearance, Paul rallies against the stereotypes and assumptions that are ingrained into our culture.
When: 8th April 2022, 8pm
Tonight’s Buzz Club headliner is Chris Washington. He effectively called the Edinburgh Comedy Award judges’ bluff in his best newcomer-nominated debut, maintaining that he’s got none of the requisite trauma or drive for a breakthrough hour, his ambitions channelled more towards passing his MOT than appearing on Live at The Apollo.
Tonight’s compere is Chris Kehoe. Chris has brought his surreal eye for detail and dry wit to pubs, clubs, and theatres across the North West after starting doing stand-up in 2014. Tackling weighty topics such as racism, climate change, and the relative sporting prowess of different amphibious reptiles, Chris offers a fresh view of an absurd world.