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Published 25th Jan 2012

Daliso Chaponda

Boro’s barnstorming Big Mouth Comedy Club has a four-pronged barrel of laughs coming up at Middlesbrough Town Hall Crypt on Saturday 4 February.

Saturday night comedy fans can expect an onslaught of proper laugh-out-loud belly laughs from razor sharp one-liner king Gary Delaney – described by The Guardian’s comedy bigwigs as a ‘craftsman to be ranked alongside Tim Vine and Milton Jones.’

Top support comes from Daliso Chaponda, one of the most popular figures on today’s comedy circuit, hotly-tipped Tony Jameson is the ‘one to watch’ in the middle section of the show, and larger-than-life banter merchant and former wrestler Steffan Peddie keeps the laughs coming thick and fast as MC for the night.

Show information

Big Mouth Comedy Club: Middlesbrough Town Hall Crypt, Saturday 4 February. Starring: Gary Delaney, Daliso Chaponda, Tony Jameson & Steffan Peddie (MC). Doors: 7.30pm. Show: 8.15pm. Tickets: £12.50. Box Office: 01642 729729.

Download: Middlesbrough Town Hall programme

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Fabulous comedians including Omid Djalili, Sarah Millican, Reginald D. hunter, Rich Hall, Jimmy Carr and Love Middlesbrough ambassador Patrick Monahan, The Band of the Yorkshire Regiment in a free performance, gorgeous world-class classical music, our coverboys The Maccabees, a roof-raiser from the Wildcats of Kilkenny and Cattle & Cane, Shelby Lynne, Bob Geldof, Brendan Cole: live & Unjudged for you Strictly fans, Hansel & Gretel and so much more!

 

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