COMEDY FOURSOME ARE NOT TO BE MISSED
January 30, 2002
If you like top-drawer comedy, the only place to be on Sunday is Aldershot's West End Centre.
In one jam-packed night, fans will be able to see Lee Mack, Jeff Innocent, Milton Jones and compere Dominic Holland.
Best known for his appearances on ITV's The Sketch Show, Mack has also been honoured with the Time Out Award for best live comic of 2001 and was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award.
Mack has toured Hong Kong and played the top venues in New York. He has been compared to both Eddie Izzard and Eric Morecambe and is described by many as "Les Dawson on acid".
Innocent, a die-hard West
Ham-supporting skinhead, is the thinking man's bovver boy and here performs the first show of his season-long residency, Presumed Innocent. He embraces subjects as diverse as bar-room brawl etiquette and the latest fashion trends.
The bald wonder has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe and Glastonbury festivals.
Jones is well known for his surreal brand of humour and wordplay. Two years ago, he was given the Perrier Award for best newcomer and has since had his own successful programme on Radio 4.
The quick-witted Holland, regular MC of the West End Centre's comedy nights, is another Perrier Award winner for best newcomer. He has appeared on such television shows as Have I Got News For You and The Clive Anderson Show.
Tickets are £6.50 and £7.50 for a table seat. Call the box office on (01252) 330040.