sol bernstein comedian, Nantwich civic

The latest “Very Best in Stand-up” returns to Nantwich next week with another hilarious line-up on offer.

Toby Hadoke comes back to play Nantwich Civic Hall for the very first time and will compere the event on Friday December 2.

Toby’s “Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf” became a huge hit in London’s West End, and was adapted into a BBC audiobook and has been aired several times since on BBC Radio.

His new show, “Now I Know My BBC”, garnered similar critical acclaim at this years Edinburgh Festival.

Also on the bill is rising Brummie comic star Andy White, who quit his call centre job to perform all over the UK.

In the middle section comes Barry Dodds,  with his uniquely tailored combination of Geordie wit and down-to-earth observational humour which has audiences in the palm of his hand.

And closing act is Sol Bernstein, a legend on the circuit who has rubbed shoulders with the likes of Sinatra, the Rat Pack, Lenny Bruce and Doris Day.

Promoter Mike Ramm said: “He’s a superb act to close the year on and one we’re always lucky to have the company of.

“His charisma, his style, his catch phrase “why don’t you put on a tie” his chutzpah…put it all together and you see the magic that is Sol Bernstein.”

Tickets are now on sale available from Nantwich Civic Hall and Crewe’s Lyceum theatre.

For table reservations email [email protected] as soon as you have bought tickets.

Doors open at 7.15pm, show starts at 8.15pm. No under 16s, all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

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