Melbourne Hall Events

Friday 19th May 6pm

Just the Tonic – Seann Walsh

Seann Walsh – ‘Unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation’ The Guardian
Connor Burns – “Absolutely cracking – Great material with fantastic execution” Chortle
Jake Lambert – ‘brilliant one liners’ Chortle
Dave Longley – One of our favourites, and a regular compere at a few of our clubs. ‘Acid tongued and as sharp as a barrel full of tacks” As intense and intelligent performer as you’re likely to see’ (The List)
This is part of a weekend of events. You can also buy weekend tickets

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Saturday 20th May 6pm

Just the Tonic – Milton Jones

Milton Jones – “He’s fast, absurd and very Funny” Radio Times
Lindsey Santoro – “One of the most naturally hysterical and gifted comedians in recent memory” Joe Lycett
Adam Bloom – He’s been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years. Bloom not only has meticulous, brilliant lines, but also an intense and fragile honesty’ Ricky Gervais. “In the premier league of comedy” The Independent
Aurie Styla – TV credits include Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club (ITV), Don’t Hate The Playaz (ITV) and Mo Gilligan’s Black British & Funny documentary (C4). He has also worked extensively with comedy streaming platform NextUp

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Sunday 21st May 6pm

Just the Tonic – Mark Watson

Mark Watson -“Terrifyingly funny” THE TIMES
Dan Tiernan – ‘He’s got a peculiar point of view, a memorable energy and a store of smart, offbeat punchlines. No wonder he won.’ Chortle
Scott Bennett – “Great material, great delivery, a very funny man” – Rob Brydon
Susie McCabe – ‘Susie is up there with the best’ Fred Macauley

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Friday 1st September

Jo Whiley – 90’s Anthems

Jo Whiley is quite simply the ultimate authority on British music – and the definitive voice and face of a generation and is headed to Melbourne Hall with a dazzling new show as she rummages through her record bag to dig out the very best of 90s Anthems.
Let Jo take you on a personal tour of her finest musical memories of the decade that defined them all

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