SKIPTON Comedy Live, its is back in March with a new line-up of stand up comedians.

Presented by Plane Comedy, with Colin Manford, younger brother of fellow comedian Jason Manford, as master of ceremonies, the monthly event at Skipton Town Hall was held for the first time earlier this month, and was a sell-out.

Colin, who is also a writer, actor and presenter, will welcome to the stage El Baldiniho, a contestant on Britain’s Got Talent whose brand of magic comedy and spoof mind-reading is sure to hit the spot.

Joining the line-up will be Kate Smurthwaite; a comedian and activist, performing stand-up all over the UK and beyond.

She is a regular at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has appeared as a panellist on Question Time as well as The Big Questions, This Morning, BBC News, Sky News, Woman’s Hour, The Today Programme, The Moral Maze and Newsnight.

Steve Royle is an actor, writer, comedian and juggler, award winning presenter on BBC Radio Lancashire and a finalist on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent 2020.

Steve’s first love, however, is stand-up and it has taken him all over the world. He has performed in ‘Phoenix Nights Live’ at Manchester Arena and ‘Sunday Night at the Palladium’.

Skipton Comedy Live is on Friday, March 4 at 8pm, and is for adult audiences of over 18 years old.

On March 19, Falling Stars Theatre presents: Immersive Theatre and 80’s Disco; and on March 25, Extended Play will perform the dance Donuts, inspired by classic sitcoms of the 1990s and 2000s.

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