The Frazer Theatre Comedy Club returns to action on Friday 6th April with another show stacked top to bottom with great acts. Four of the very best in the business will be joining us for what’s sure to be another fantastic night of comedy.
As always, tickets remain at £10 in advance and are available from the Old Chemist Shop, Market Place, Knaresborough, by calling 07835 927965 or from our online box office by clicking here. Any remaining tickets will be available for £12 on the door. Doors open at 7.30pm, show starts at 8pm.
The line up for April is:
Alfie is an original and distinctive comedian with his niche area as a serving police sergeant. He came slightly later to comedy and brings a wealth of insights and comedy moments from his eighteen years on the beat, where a keen sense of humour has been the key to his success and survival!
He has an observational comedic style, which lends itself to witty, and sometimes gritty, anecdotes based on everyday modern policing. He also is an adept socio-political commentator and weaves this all together with his take on the ‘comedy gold’ of life.
Ian Smith is an award-winning comedian, actor and writer. Since starting at a young age, Ian has developed a reputation as an exciting, creative comic. Mixing conversational, energetic storytelling and observations with unique set pieces and an exceptional skill for improvisation – Ian is a regular at the biggest comedy clubs in the UK.
His 2017 Edinburgh show, Snowflake, won two awards – the Amused Moose Comedy Award People’s Champion and a Three Weeks Editors’ Award – and played to sell out rooms and critical acclaim.
Cokey Falkow is an actor, writer, voice artist and comedian. He has voiced video games such as Metal Gear Solid and Uncharted 4 and been in many films and TV shows. If you like beer and tequila he probably likes you too. After a try out at a club Cokey established himself as one of South Africa’s edgier stand-up acts. Appearing at a wide variety of clubs and 8 international comedy festivals he gathered a cult following. This led to 3 national one-man tours for which Cokey received critical acclaim at The South African National Arts Festival.
He is best known internationally for his role as “El Aleman” in Robert Rodriguez and Robert Orci’s Matador and the Pirate Captain in the premiere of “Hawaii Five O” season 6. The independent film “The Chameleon” by Jim Greayer in which he plays a psychopathic serial killer won best film at the British Independent film festival. If you like Vampires and Werewolves you may want to catch him as a badass gunslinging maniac in “Penny Dreadful” Season 3. Cokey currently lives between Los Angeles and Manchester, UK.
Phil’s playful brand of comedy is unique and infectious. With a set that blends anecdotes and observations with a healthy dose of banter, his happy-go-lucky approach and mischievous on-stage persona, delights audiences far and wide.
As a comedy writer, he’s provided content for BBC Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra and has both written and produced material for social media which has attracted over 6 million video views to date.