Comedy All Stars @ Settle Victoria Hall

Comedy All Stars

Sunday 19th February - 8 pm

Here comes the inaugural 2017 Comedy All show show with a stellar line up of top acts performing cutting egde stand up. Opening the show is one of the circuit's finest acts Raymond Mearns who is a household name throughout Scotland due to his roles in Rab C Nesbitt and BBC Scotland Sitcom 'Legit'.

Headlining will be the comedy whirlwind that is Patrick Monahan. Pat is the prestigiouds winner of ITV's Show Me The Funny.

Compering the night will be Preston's very own funnyman Tony Vino who is "always funny and has some of the same letters as my name" - Tim Vine


Funny and adorable Irish/Iranian/Teessider comedian Patrick Monahan knows how to work a room and engage an audience with a strongly skilled blend of ad lib banter and stand up.

"He has the dark looks and stubble of the Middle East, married to the charm of the Irish and the sense of fun of the Teessider. Omid Djalili meets Dave Allen you might say." - Daily Mail

"He is simply the nicest person ever born" - Time Out London

Whether he is engaged in super quick audience interaction or telling a hilarious shaggy dog story, Raymond Mearns is one of the UK's finest circuit comedians. With a blinding talent for improvisation, Raymond is a regular at the nations top comedy venues.

"A personality so huge it fills the room" - The List

"A man that knows how to swear properly" - Billy Connolly

"A genuine improvisational genius" - Frankie Boyle

Preston's very own funnyman, Tony Vino (**** The Scotsman) has been touring the comedy scene since early 2005. Well aware of social and political issues he mixes friendly well thought out observational humour with audience interaction and quick witted responses.

"Uplifting style, great delivery and consistently funny throughout" - BBC Manchester

"Tony is very funny, a class act and always comes up with the goods" - Darren Goddard, Greenbelt Festival Events

"Like my boots Tony knows how to give a joke welly!" - Jimmy Cricket

Doors open at 7.15 pm.


All tickets: £10.

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