Comedians serve up plenty of laughs
1:00pm Tuesday 1st November 2011 in On stage
John Robins and Scott Agnew will be serving up a rib-tickling platter of hilarious tales during the Kill For A Seat Comedy Night at the Queens Hall, Narberth, on Thursday.
John Robins’ attention to detail and wonderfully witty commentary ensure the laughs keep coming as he tells tales of his misspent youth and other mishaps. His ability to mix improvisation with stories, and his persona of a boy who hasn’t quite grown up, provide a winning combination.
Dubbed "a complete and utter natural" by TV’s funny man Russell Howard, Robins quickly made a name for himself after just a handful of gigs and has gone on to earn a string of rave reviews following his Edinburgh Festival shows.
With his quick wit, banter and punchy gags, expect the unexpected – but also expect to be rolling with laughter.
Supporting him will be Scott Agnew who brings to life such characters as Scottish farmers, wee Glasgow east-end women, and the all kinds of odd folk he encounters from day to day. His eye for detail highlights the absurdity and bizarre nature of the human species' with hilarious results. He’ll tell stories that’ll make audience members blush, or should at least.
Keeping the night running smoothly will be the new host with the most, James Cook, whose sarcasm, quick wit and impeccable hosting skills make the audience feel at ease while providing the perfect segue to the night’s acts.
The event is organised by Span Arts and tickets are £10 or £8.
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