ONE of the most sought after comics on the UK and international circuit is headlining next week’s Planet Mirth comedy cracker.

Mick Ferry performs regularly at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester as well as top the bill at comedy venues nationwide. He is also a regular member of the prestigious topical Cutting Edge Team at the Comedy Store.

On the television front, he’s starred in Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and made his big screen debut in 2009 in Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric, a hit feature film at the Cannes film festival where it was nominated for the prestigious Palm D’Or. A prolific writer, Mick penned material for John Bishop’s Britain for BBC One and has also written for BBC3`s Smalltime.

Also on the Saturday, April 27, bill at Ulverston’s Laurel and Hardy Museum, is Martin Mor, regarded by many as the comedian’s comedian, whose been support act of choice for the likes of Frankie Boyle, Jack Dee, Lee Evans, Jasper Carrot, Patrick Kielty, Johnny Vegas, Steve Coogan, even Tina Turner. As well as devising and performing his own BBC television show, he has written gags for some of the biggest names in comedy.

In April 2016 Martin was part of a team that set the world record for the highest altitude comedy show by performing at a lofty 17,600 feet at Mount Everest basecamp.

The Planet Mirth 18-plus rated show also features Australian comedian Anna Spark, who came to Manchester in early 2018. Her first gig saw her crowned winner at the Manchester Comedy store Gong.

El Baldiniho, a comedy magic act who has performed at several festivals and appeared on TV appearances such as John Bishops’ Britain for BBC One, The Mad Bad Ad Show for Channel 4 and Sorry I’ve Got No Head for CBBC.

Plus, Rochdale-born, London-based comedian, Kathryn Mather, whose material was described by the Oxford Times as “dark, sharp, largely unprintable and often downright bizarre. Her set was a crowd favourite, managing to never offend while delivering no-holds-barred material.”

Tickets on 01229-582292.