COMEDY NIGHT LIVE AT WESTON

Carly Smallman

"A bundle of energy"
The Sun

Carly is a musical and observational comic, with a flair for telling hilariously animated stories during her shows.  She has starred on BBC's The Rob Brydon Show and ITV's Viral Tap among numerous other TV and radio appearances.  She has played at some fabulous venues, from major weekend comedy clubs, to arts centres, to the Hammersmith Apollo to her living room!

Tim Clark

"An unsung hero of stand-up comedy - the current master of this underrated art" - Guardian

Comedian, writer and actor Tim Clark is one of the brightest lights on the national comedy scene and a familiar face on television. His regular appearances at live venues throughout the country and especially at The Comedy Store and Jongleurs keep his wit sharp and his material fresh. His striking looks, quick wit and affable nature has made sure that Tim makes an instant impact on his many TV and radio appearances.

Friday 20th July 2018, 7.30pm

Bringing live comedy to 'Live At Weston' for the first time are Comedy Store regulars Simon Clayton, Carly Smallman and Tim Clark.

A fantastic evening of laughter live from the comedy circuit with top comedians seen at The Edinburgh Festival, The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Rob Brydon Show, ITV's Viral Tap, The Hammersmith Apollo and a host of venues throughout the country.

Tickets either with or without dinner from a choice of Curry, Chicken Fricassee, or Hog Roast Dinner.

£11.95 per person
£17.95 with dinner. 

For tickets please contact us:

Tel: 02476 312989
Email: 
events@westonhallhotel.co.uk



Simon Clayton

''Like a bottle of HP sauce - fat, brown and fruity!''
Loaded

North Londoner Simon Clayton's subject matter is simple - it involves being fat, mixed race, married, balding because that is what he is, and anything else that currently makes him laugh. Although not necessarily in that order.

A popular performer up and down the country his former head of sixth form at Southgate School, Mr Massey wrote of him: ''Simon's natural brightness often leads to disruptive high jinks during registration''.