The Very Best In Stand Up at Nantwich Civic Hall
Miles Jupp delivers a fantastic set at in October 2011. Miles is now a regular on BBC show "Have I Got News For You" along with several other TV and Radio shows.
The Phoenix Nights star has played several times for us at Nantwich Civic Hall and it's always incredibly easy to see why he's been regarded as one of the circuits top acts for well over a decade. June 2011.
Jimmy Cricket leaves the stage after performing on October 2010. The show supported The Christie Cancer Hospice.
Greg Davies came to the area once again as part of his "Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog" tour on June 20th 2011.
Kiwi comedian Al Pitcher is now based in Sweden but we were lucky enough to bring to The Very Best In Stand Up in March 2011.
Paul Sinha gave up a career as a doctor to become a Stand Up Comedian. Good Job he's bloody good at it then.
Smug Roberts has appeared in plenty of TV Comedies and a couple of films too. "Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere", "Looking For Eric" and more recently in "Mrs Browns' Boys". 3rd September 2010.
Chris Ramsey, seen here at a Very Best In Stand Up show in 2010. The star of BBC's "Hebburn" will be the only act to have played the Civic Hall three times after he completes his tour date with us in March 2014. Photo by Simon J Newbury.
Perhaps best known from the BBC show "Ask Rhod Gilbert" as the poor but suspecting victim of Rhod's madcap moments, Lloyd has played here at Nantwich Civic Hall several times and is always a brilliant addition to any line-up.
Charlie Baker comes to Nantwich Civic Hall weeks before he took the "Let's Dance" title on BBC with James Thornton. February 2011.