Introducing your line-up for Blizzard #12, featuring headline act Tony Wright

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On top of that we try to have a wide array of acts (subject to availability) so you can be confident you’re never going to end up watching straight white men in shirts for 2 hours, unlike some other comedy clubs which shall remain nameless. (Hint; it’s most of them.)

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Headlining our March show is the Manchester’s home grown superstar, TONY WRIGHT

Tony Wright is a Manchester based Comic who has burst on to the comedy scene. Performing his first stand up set at aged 15 in his home county of Kent, since his debut Tony has made a huge impression on the circuit, leading to a residency as warm up act for Ramsgate Music Hall’s Edinburgh preview season in June-July 2015 opening for a certain Lou Sanders.

Since moving to Manchester Tony has started performing regular trial spots for the likes of Manford’s Comedy Clubs, The Comedy Store, Frog & Bucket, Kill For A Seat, Last Laugh as well as performing at Alex Boardman’s new Comedians Night, Deadcat Comedy and more.

Tony is one of the most promising emerging talents on the circuit, with writing ability that is often compared to Jimmy Carr and a natural persona on stage, Tony has a a huge future ahead of him.

“One day I will be paying money to watch you in an arena.” – Justin Lee Collins

“Great Gags” – Chortle

Chortle Student Comedy Awards Finalist 2017

Nominated Best Breakthrough Act North West Comedy Awards 2019

Supporting Tony we have


New to the North West UK comedy scene this droll performer wins audiences over with her Australian theatrical flavour. She has a warm storytelling comedy style that leads the audience to unexpected laughs.

“Funny and delightful. Had the audience engrossed. Book this woman.” – Stand Up at The Studio


Only starting comedy in March 2016, Pete Selwood is an up and coming comedian on the circuit, combining observational humour with his unique perspective as a minor disabled man in modern Britain. This Chester based Yorkshire comedian is proving to be an excellent storyteller has started strongly in the world of stand up. One to watch…

“A man with swagger, it isn’t misplaced either” – Notts Comedy Review

“Wowed the crowd” – Liverpool Echo


Allie Mackintosh is an icon, an innovator and Sheffield’s fourth best transgender comedian, by process of elimination. She’s also the president of the Sheffield University Comedy Society which she’s pretty sure makes her the funniest student in Sheffield (editor’s note: it does not).


Paisley Boyd is a queer non-binary autistic comedian who is just happy to be around. This Pokemon loving 90s kid once tried to fight a swan after it stole a flower from their jelly sandal. The real question is, have they grown up? Because they still get asked for ID when buying energy drinks.

With resident compere JONNY COLLINS

“The New Monster God Of Comedy” – Tim Ferguson

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