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Happy LOVE month Cottagers!

February is it month of all matters related to the heart! Valentine's day and heart awareness month!

Join us for our annual (Anti Valentine) comedy cottage in aid of British Heart Foundation - FRI 28th FEB

Headlining for us

 

CHRIS McCAUSLAND

Winner C4 Creative Diversity Award for Comedy (2011)

Chris McCausland is a British stand-up comedian and actor from Liverpool.

Chris is blind, has been performing stand-up since 2003, and has long been firmly established at the very top of the UK’s live comedy circuit. He has performed all over the world, including India, Singapore, Malaysia, across the Middle East, and throughout Europe.

TV appearances include. 'Live At The Apollo' (BBC2), ‘Would I Lie to You’ (BBC1) ‘Have I Got News For You’ (BBC1) and many more. He has also performed stand-up in three series of ‘The Comedy Store’ for Paramount Comedy and Comedy Central, as well as ‘Celebrity Deal or No Deal Comedian Special’ with Jimmy Carr (Ch4). ‘8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’

Radio Credits include: regular on R4's InTouch, The Comedy Club, NewsQuiz (writing), Loose Ends and Live on the Boat, Guest presenter on Russell Kane's The Saturday Show on Virgin, Hawksby and Jacobs Talksport, and Gethin Jones Five Live.

'He cracks constant gags' (Edinburgh Festival Magazine)

'Proper stand-up, honest, straightforward, balls-out funny' (Chortle)

'He paints us pictures with fantastical words and images... it's almost impossible not to like him' (ThreeWeeks)

 

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JAMES NOKISE

2013 Best Male Comedian - NZ Comedy Guild Awards

2013 Fred Award Nominee - NZ International Comedy Festival

Multi-Award winning Welsh/Samoan James Nokise, os a stand-up Comedian, a theater maker and playwright, who tours the International Fringe Festival Circuit, and has performed successful seasons in Edinburgh, Perth, and even New York City. When back home in NZ he's a renowned social commentator who writes for 7 Days and is a regular guest on Backbenchers TV, as well as Radio NZ and Newstalk ZB.

He had a successful Edinburgh run in 2019 with his incisive and irrepressible stand-up show 'God Damn Fancy Man'

'He bounds onto the stage like the most enviably together person you’ve ever seen: hench, handsome, incredibly happy' (Fest)

'He is a phenomenal performer: relaxed and friendly, engaging and intelligent, persuasive, informed and genuinely, naturally, brilliantly funny' (Scotsman)

 

ANTHONY AYTON

Winner Comedy Cafe New Act

Winner Funhouse GongShow

Finalist London New Act of the year

Anthony Ayton is a 6’5, public school educated, divorced ex lawyer who’s given up trying to find a category to fit into.

“I love Anthony Ayton, He’s clever a bit cheeky and bloody funny!” – Angela Barnes (Mock The Week)

'warm, amicable... charming' (Chortle).

 

JO COFFEY

NATY's Finalist

Funny's Funny Finalist

Jo Coffey is an actress, comedian and presenter. A regular performer in comedy clubs up and down the country, she has two sell out Edinburgh Fringe shows under her belt and is a NATYS and Funny’s Funny finalist. Jo’s presenting credits include Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (Channel 5) and Big Brother’s Little Brother (Channel 4 & E4). Jo will make her feature film debut in Disney’s upcoming adaptation of Artemis Fowl directed by Sir Kenneth Brannagh.

'Utterly barking' (The List)

'Destined to be a big hit' (Scotsgay)

'Won over the audience hook, line and sinker' (The List)

 

DANIEL RUBENSTEIN

2017 Winner Wimborne Folk Comedy Fest

2018 Finalist Old Comedian of the Year Leicester Square Theatre

2019 Finalist Leicester Comedy Fest Silver Comedian

 

Mc SAJEELA KERSHI

Winner AWA Award for Arts & Culture (2015)

Winner Argos Angel Award for artistic excellence (2015)

Star of Edinburgh Award Winning Show (2007)

'‘Incidental digressions, sharpness of wit and ad libbing in her Joanna Lumley cut-glass vowels will be more than worth it....Be quick to discover Edinburgh's best kept secret' (The Stage)

 

House tunes from Pete Dennis

Show 8pm

Ticket £12

in aid of British Heart Foundation