Crack Comedy Club w/ Eleanor Tiernan, Nick Dixon, Erich McElroy
If you are a real fan of comedy this is the night for you. Great comedy experiences in our cozy and intimate venue. Upcoming shows feature the best comics working in the UK today and our focus is on you having the best night possible.
Eleanor Tiernan, a favourite with Irish audience is an original, honest and exciting comedian. She is a regular at Best of Irish at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. On RTE Eleanor has appeared on The Panel, Republic of Telly, Tonight with Craig Doyle as well as being the opening act on on the flagship show Stand and Deliver. The IFTA-nominated Irish Pictorial Weekly on RTE was co-written and co-performed by Eleanor and most recently she was a featured comedian on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience on Comedy Central.
Promising newcomer Nick Dixon is steadily rising on the UK circuit, and is held in high regard by his contemporaries and industry officials alike. A natural comedian, he reached the final of The Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year after performing stand-up for only three months. Within a year, he was one of a select few (chosen from over 800 applicants) to perform in BBC Radio 2’s prized New Comedy Awards. In 2012, truly cementing his status as a dynamic newcomer, Nick reached the final of the prestigious So You Think You\’re Funny? competition at the Edinburgh festival.
Originally from Seattle, Erich joined ranks and became a British citizen and is highly regarded for his humorous and insightful take on living in the UK.
Following a hugely successful Edinburgh Fringe as part of the highly regarded AAA Stand-Up Late at The Pleasance in 2010, Erich McElroy is making his mark on the UK comedy circuit.
His 2012 show ‘The Brit Identity’ was a hit with audiences and reviewers alike. ‘It was a joy to be an audience member…masterful hour of piss taking’, Broadway Baby
With 4 star reviews and a Total Fringe Sellout Award for his Edinburgh show Brokeback Britain, Erich is renowned for his ‘great gags’ (The Stage), and is described by The List as ‘hilariously insightful’ and as ‘excellent’ by Time Out.