While the Stoller Hall may be more familiar as one of the city’s leading purveyors of cutting-edge musical performance, the venue has quickly built a reputation as one of Manchester’s best spots for live comedy.

That sentiment is all but certain to grow in the coming weeks and months, as The Stoller Hall welcomes some of the most unique, exciting comedic minds to provide laughs of all shapes and sizes.

Next up in the season is Geoff Norcott, who brings his fourth national tour I Blame the Parents to Manchester on Sat 30 Apr. With an impressive appearance list that spans Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo and…Question Time, Geoff tackles personal responsibility, parenting and blame for his latest outing.

The Stoller Hall’s hugely exciting collaboration with The Comedy Store also continues across a number of nights, each bringing an all-star comic roster. On Sun 1 May, Alun Cochrane, Jenny Collier, Michael Odewale and Adam Rowe will strut their stuff, while two weeks later on Sun 15 May Karen Bayley, Rich Wilson, Alex Boardman and Emmanual Sonubi will be splitting sides.

That partnership continues on Sun 5 Jun, with Mick Ferry, Andy Askins, Nina Gilligan and Tez Ilyas, and then again on Sun 19 Jun, when Daisy Earl, Danny Deegan, Ignacio Lopez and Rob Deering arrive.

On Thu 6 Oct Scott Bennet—described by the Evening Standard as ‘Live comedy’s best-kept secret’—will no doubt have audiences in stitches, before Babatunde Aléshé—the multi-award-winning star of Celebrity Gogglebox—pokes fun at fatherhood and family on Sat 12 Nov.

Mitch Benn brings his unique brand of musical satire on Sat 19 Nov, before we look way ahead to next year, when Gary Meikle takes aim at just about anything he can on Fri 3 Mar.

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A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sun 1 May - Fri 3 Mar, The Stoller Hall,
Hunts Bank, Manchester M3 1DA
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 26 Apr 2022