Whether he is engaged in super-quick audience interaction or telling a hilarious shaggy dog story, Raymond Mearns is one of the UK’s finest circuit comedians.
He has won praise from fellow Scots Frankie Boyle, who has described him as ‘a genuine improvisational genius, and Billy Connolly.
Mearns’ TV credits include Rab C Nesbitt and he has done two films directed by the legendary Ken Loach
Chris Stokes‘s hilarious and erudite turn of phrase, his act has been described as playing on social misconceptions and dismantling them on stage via gag-packed first-hand anecdotes told with a charming and offbeat sincerity.
Compere for the evening is Brendan Riley and the show is completed with the mirthful musings of Pete Dobbing.
Tickets are priced at £10 in advance or £12 on the door if any are left and are available from the venue or at www.congletoncomedy.co.uk. The show starts at 8.30pm prompt.