HOME Comedy Club is back and proudly presenting the return of Manchester’s original premier Black comedy night.
The brainchild of the extremely talented Trevor Dwyer-Lynch, actor, MC and comedian, Laff Til Ya Fart’s “A Night of Positive Laughter” presents comedy lovers with a stellar line-up from the UK’s Black comedy circuit.
Join us in Theatre 1 for an authentic, musical and interactive stand-up experience that will make you laugh your head off (or til ya fart!) and keep you chuckling all the way home. This event encourages all the thigh-slapping and belly-laughing and is guaranteed to uplift your spirits this November.
Annette Fagon, nominated as Best Newcomer at the 2006 Black Entertainment Comedy Awards. Vince Atta, creating on-the-spot musical entertainment with loop pedal and beatboxing, and Roger D, a regular performer at Jongleurs, The Glee and major comedy clubs throughout the UK. Clayton Jones, whose observational comedy covers everyday topics of marriage, kids, being mixed raced, school life and living in Wigan.
Find out more about the comedians:
The Best Northern Black Comedy Queen… previously nominated as Best Newcomer at the 2006 Black Entertainment Comedy Awards. Annette has appeared at numerous leading clubs around the country, including The Glee, The Comedy Store, The Frog and Bucket and is a regular crowd-pleaser at Manchester’s Women’s Comedy Festival. Her raw truthful style resonates with audiences up and down the country.
A barnstorming, hilarious comedy act that tours regularly right across the UK and Europe. With a heavy emphasis on audience interaction, this unique and brilliant act uses a loop pedal and human beatbox to perform live, on-the-spot music of any genre, creating some of the catchiest and funniest songs you’re ever likely to hear!
Rodger D is a pioneer of the Black Comedy circuit and is increasingly in demand as both a comedian and actor. His casual chat up style conceals an acute sense of timing, and his observations on everyday life combined with his physical characterisation leave audiences in stitches. He is a regular performer at Jongleurs, The Glee and major comedy clubs throughout the UK.
Clayton has been performing comedy since 2013 and has established himself as a regular on the UK comedy circuit with shows at the Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Comedy Festival alongside appearances at many top clubs. He is an observational comedian with a hilarious take on everyday life, covering everyday topics of marriage, kids, being mixed raced, school life and living in Wigan.