Thursday night is comedy night at Orsett Hall

THE Official Comedy Club returns to the Orsett Hall Hotel on Thursday 4 April. Witness this fantastic venue transform into a stunning Comedy Club and enjoy the electrifying atmosphere and table service throughout the night.

Each show features three top stand-up comedians from the prestigious UK comedy circuit, handpicked by The Comedy Club, the UK’s market leading comedy provider.

With free membership at there has never been a better time to receive club discounts, win free tickets and get all the comedy gossip free each month

Host Comedian – John Ryan

“Genius 5 stars” Telegraph
“Upbeat, interesting and unique” ITV

The irresistibly amiable John Ryan uses his acerbic wit and seemingly encyclopedic knowledge of the world around him to keep any audience on their toes. His East End Irish upbringing gives him the rare ability to connect with people from diverse backgrounds. No stranger to either the strange or the norm, he will put an amusing spin on any subject matter going. John has a reputation for thinking on his feet and confidently and cleverly adapting his show to any audience making him a huge hit with Corporate Clients.

Opening Comedian – Otiz Cannelloni

“Don’t we have laws against this sort of thing?” South China Morning Post

Billing himself as a “Reluctant Messiah, Man of the People and an O’Level in Woodwork” – Otiz Cannelloni has been variously described as a comic genius, a phenomenon and someone you’ve never heard of! More at home in front of a live audience than he is in his own front room, Otiz’s unique mix of mirth, magic, mystery and madness, delights crowds as diverse in range as 12 people in a smoky pub to a full house in the West End’s Duke of York Theatre.

Headline Comedian – John Newton

A Truly Globetrotting Comedian: Abu Dhabi, Alicante, Amsterdam, Bahrain, Barcelona, Burma, The Caribbean, The Channel Islands, Dubai, Estonia, Hamburg, Ireland, Kenya, Munich, Russia, Stockholm & More

With material by the spoonful ready to lead people on a series of whimsical journeys, he has even the hardest audiences spellbound by his penetrating narratives. Add to this some subtle and often sublimely tasteless comedy, and you have the basis for a strange, but oh so amusing night out. You might even find yourself contemplating such obscure subjects as the socio-economic stability of Thomas the Tank Engine’s island home, which as any parent will tell you, is very strange place indeed.

Venue: Orsett Hall Hotel, Prince Charles Avenue, Orsett, RM16 3HS
Tickets: £12.00 | Comedy Club Members £10.00
Time: Doors Open: 6.00pm | Show Time 9.00pm
Box Office: 01375 891402
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