As part of the venue’s stacked celebrations of Black History Month, Home Comedy Club is back to present the return of Manchester’s original Black comedy night.

Laff Til Ya Fart’s ‘A Night of Positive Laughter’ is the brainchild of actor, MC and comedian, Trevor Dwyer-Lynch – and showcases an impressive lineup from the UK’s Black comedy circuit. 

Happening on Saturday 13 November, at 7pm, expect a combination of music and authentic interactive stand-up that’ll make you laugh until your head falls off…or until you fart.

See the full lineup of performers below:

Annette Fagon 

Known for her raw, truthful delivery, and previously nominated as Best Newcomer at the 2006 Black Entertainment Comedy Awards. Annette has appeared at numerous leading clubs around the country, including The Glee, The Comedy Store, The Frog and Bucket and is a regular crowd-pleaser at Manchester’s Women’s Comedy Festival.

Vince Atta 

Loop pedals, human beatboxing, audience interaction and on-the-spot genre-spanning performances. Vince fuses comedy with musical innovation with a show that’s already been taken right across the UK and Europe.

Rodger D 

Rodger D is a pioneer of the Black Comedy circuit and is increasingly in demand as both a comedian and actor.  His casual chat up style boasts an incredible sense of timing, and his observations on everyday life have made him a firm favourite across the country’s major comedy clubs.

Clayton Jones 

Clayton has been performing comedy since 2013 and his side-splitting observational takes on everyday life, which cover everything from marriage and race, to living in Wigan have helped establish him as a regular on the UK comedy circuit.

Sat 13 Nov, 7:30pm, HOME ,
2 Tony Wilson Pl, Manchester M15 4FN
, £15/£13 concessions/students
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 13 Oct 2021