Starring:Martin Mor, Joe Bor, Brennan Reece, Tony Carroll, Damion Larkin (MC) 


Saturday 3 October 2015 8.00pm

Martin Mor comes from Northern Ireland, and after a successful career as a circus performer,  he’s now very much the comedian’s comedian, Martin has been the support act of choice for; Frankie Boyle, Jack Dee, Lee Evans, Jasper Carrot, Patrick Kielty, Johnny Vegas, Steve Coogan, and once Tina Turner. Not only that but Peter Kay is a fan describing this affable Irish comedy powerhouse as “extremely funny”.

With numerous appearances on radio and television, Martin has done it all – warm up man for various TV shows, devising and performing his own BBC show, and writing jokes for some of the biggest names in British comedy.

A truly global performer, Martin has worked throughout the known world performing his shows extensively in Britain, Ireland, The USA, Italy, Holland, Germany, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, and Mainland China.

“A very funny lad, with the best beard in the business.” Johnny Vegas

“Explosive visual comedian who should carry a Government health warning.” City Life

“This guy’s great.” George Best

Joe Bor is in demand and is the TV warm up comedian of choice for ‘The Graham Norton Show’ and Mock The Week plus a range of TV shows from ‘Alan Carr Chatty Man’ to ’8 Out of 10 Cats’. Audiences love his good-spirited and cheery personality as his infectious enthusiasm highlights the humour in the world around him. You’ll have also seen his face in adverts for a range of products including Cobra Beer, Magners, Kia, Argos, The Co-op and Expedia. This means you’ll recognise him from the telly and laugh again when you next see him on the box trying to flog stuff for ‘the man’.

“Joe Bor is a must see” Alan Carr

“Very Funny” Harry Hill

Brennan Reece is blessed with talents galore. A hugely likeable comic as well as blisteringly funny this is a bright young comic from Manchester who is being tipped for the top. His energetic and often awkward approach to life is captured in his fast paced, vividly painted, humorous stories. Brennan’s quirky charm comes from the fact he has the confidence of an adult and the face of a child. He has appeared on BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and is now about to perform for you, you lucky things!

“Hilarious rubber faced bright young talent” The Stage

“Rabble rousing. A triumph of performance” Chortle

Tony Carroll  is an award winning act who’s been performing stand up comedy since the age of 18. He’s not only popular with audiences, but he’s also a comedian’s favourite due to his like-ability, unpredictably and brilliant performances.

“Worth the admission fee alone” Liverpool Echo

Your compere and MC for the evening is Southport’s very own, Damion Larkin “One of the country’s top new comedians” BBC

All line ups are subject to change, but don’t worry, we’ll only replace them with someone just as funny!

Doors: 7.30pm / Start: 8pm

Tickets: £15 in advance / £17.50 on the door / £40 Season Ticket (4 shows)


Call on 01704 533 333 or online at

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Clubs have a successful track record of bringing the very best comedy acts on the current club scene and breaking new talent on the cusp of stardom – we’re the people who previous bought Jason Manford, John Bishop, and Sarah Millican to Southport!

Each night will have four comedians: three side-splittingly funny acts and a Compere. Wherever possible there’ll be comedians off the telly from such shows as BBC2’s Mock The Week, Shooting Stars, Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats, BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Have I Got News For You, QI, and Paramount’s Live at The Comedy Store.

Tickets are available from the Atkinson in person, over the phone and online.

All line ups are subject to change


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