Acclaimed names head to Ulverston for Friday Night Live
POPULAR comedy event Friday Night Live makes a welcome return to the Coronation Hall in Ulverston, with four acclaimed comedians set to perform on November 10.
Award-winning stand-up Nathan Caton comes to Ulverston 'Straight Outta Middlesex', and has been a headliner on the comedy circuit since the tender age of 19.
After recognition as Chortle Student Comic of the Year in 2005, TV appearances on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and Russell Howard’s Good News soon followed.
Gordon Southern, who joins him on the line-up, received strong reviews for his solo show That's A Fun Fact at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe earlier this year. He is a true international success, having headlined comedy festivals in the UK, Europe, Dubai, India, Australia and New Zealand.
As well as a series of well-received live performances, Gordon's accomplishments include a broad range of written and performance credits for TV, radio and theatre.
A well-travelled veteran of the international comedy scene, Martin Mor started out as a circus performer before turning his attention to stand-up.
Along with regular TV and radio appearances, Martin has opened for comedians like Frankie Boyle, Jack Dee and Lee Evans. The bearded Northern Irishman channels nearly three decades of performing experience into his live shows.
Canadian Tony Law is an energetic, irreverent stand-up with TV credits including 8 Out of 10 Cats, Have I Got News For You and Russell Howard's Good News.
In 2012, his one-man show Maximum Nonsense was nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, and in the same year he won the Chortle Award for Best Breakthrough Act.
Arguably the best-known act on the bill, he recently headlined Ulverston's Another Fine Fest, and also toured to the region with his A Law Undo His-elf What Welcome tour.