Britain's Got Talent star Robert White to headline comedy night at South Mill Arts in Bishop's Stortford
A quartet of stand-up comics will launch 'Comedy at the Mill' in Bishop's Stortford with a socially distanced show later this year.
Britain's Got Talent 2018 runner-up Robert White will be joined by Mark Simmons, Aaron Twitchen and Jack Gleadow in performing at the newly renamed South Mill Arts venue in South Road on Saturday November 21.
Robert White is the only gay, quarter-Welsh comic with Asperger's on the British comedy scene. Known for his brilliant timing and performance style, his chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery won him the 2010 Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality. The same year, he wrote one of Dave's Top Ten Jokes of The Fringe.
Mark Simmons has appeared on BBC's Mock The Week and One For The Road shows and ITV's Out There. The master of one-liners hosts a hilarious podcast, JokesWithMark, in which he invites fellow comedians to discuss jokes that did not work.
Aaron Twitchen is a stand-up comedian, actor and a trained circus performer while Jack Gleadow is a Chortle Awards best newcomer nominee, winner of 2018's Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and 2017 Amused Moose National New Comic Award.
Seating for the show at the former Rhodes Arts Complex will be cabaret-style, with tables of two, four and six.
Tickets are limited, so book now online at www.southmillarts.co.uk or call 01270 710200.