Stand-up comedy in Sandbach


A quartet of comedy comes to Sandbach Town Hall on Friday June 22.

The line-up features funnymen Danny Mcloughlin (pictured), Rory O’Hanlon, Garrett Millerick and Christian Reilly.

Danny McLoughlin  has performed at the Edinburgh Festival and supported Al Pitcher on his UK Tour.

With an amiable, confident stage presence and a well-written set Danny delivers material with more than just an immediate pay-off line, preferring to take the joke one or two steps further. 

Confident enough to take a risk on stage he does so not to the detriment of the audience, keeping them laughing along or hanging on every word.

Award-winning Irish comedian Rory O’Hanlon is a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

Described by as having ‘presence, poise and timing’ and by the Irish Times as having ‘a joke every 30 seconds’, his rapid-fire delivery regularly has audiences crying with laughter. 

A regular face on Irish TV, Rory has been seen on RTE’s New Comedy Awards, Republic of Telly and alongside Des Bishop in Under the Influence.

Garrett Millerick regularly opens the UK’s biggest comedy clubs, has performed internationally, and recently returned from his fourth overseas tour entertaining the British and American Military. 

As a writer, his debut sitcom Do Gooders, a comedy about mid-level charity workers, was optioned by Hat Trick Productions. 

Garrett is a successful director in both theatre and film. His stage work has attracted critical acclaim and his short films have been distributed and screened internationally.

Christian Reilly,  uses his improvisations, sharp wit, youthful energy, guitar skills and vocal mimicry to target histrionic rock bands, musical theatre and morose indie musicians.

He was an integral part of the Perrier award-winning show Otis Lee Crenshaw and the Black Liars, with comic Rich Hall.

Christian’s career has taken him around the world three times. On his way, he received accolades at international festivals and numerous network TV credits in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Britain.

His Edinburgh Festival show Lost in Music was sold out, critically acclaimed and won the ‘Spirit of The Fringe’ Award.

 Doors open at 7pm for an 8.15pm start. 

Tickets are £12 in advance or £15 on the door. The show also supports Sandbach United FC.

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