CHESTERFIELD’S Winding Wheel is fast becoming the place to go to see comedy’s big names.
Milton Jones is there tonight (Thursday, April 21), Ed Byrne is there on May 5 and Jason Manford on May 20 and 21, with Jimmy Carr and Dom Joly booked in for July.
The venue has also established a reputation as the place to see rising stars, under the banner of the Spotlight Comedy Club.
Three comedians are lining up for this month’s Spotlight show which will be staged on Thursday, April 28.
Leading the charge is multi award-winner Nathan Caton, whose talents have been seen on The 5’O Clock show, Little Miss Joycelyn and Comedy Cuts. Nathan excels in combining both personal, confessional material with up-to-date social and political anecdotes.
Kai Humphries, a likeable Geordie, who specialises in high-octane delivery of surreal and delightfully optimitic material, is also on the bill.
Paying his first visit to the town will be newcomer Lewis Charlesworth, who supported Russell Kane on a UK tour, and has an acute eye for the absurdities of the everyday.
The whole show will be seamlessly woven together by the resident master of ceremonies and comedian extraordinaire, Anthony J. Brown.
Tickets cost £10, £8 and £5; to book, call (01246) 345333.