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2ND NIGHT ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
The Ha Ha Club is back for our May gig with a true LEGEND of Comedy.
The star of COLD FEET, THE FAST SHOW and long time collaborator of STEVE COOGAN makes a welcome return to the Stand Up Circuit....and we are delighted to welcome him to The Ha Ha Club
John Thomson has enjoyed a career in film, television, theatre and radio spanning over 2 decades. John began his career whilst still at college voicing the puppets on the satirical Spitting Image.
After winning the Perrier award in 1992 with Steve Coogan at the Edinburgh Festival he went on to work and write with Steve in the Paul Calf video diaries: 3 fights, 2 weddings and a funeral (BAFTA winner) and Cooganís Run; later to play the memorable Joe Beasley and cheeky monkey in Knowing me Knowing you. John also played the pub landlord Ken in Men Behaving Badly. John stuck with his comedy roots and played a multitude of characters on BBC 2ís The Fast Show. Nice!
Johnís other TV credits include: the smell of Reeves and Mortimer, Stunts on Button Moon, Dangerous Lady, The world of Lee Evans, Playing the field, Station Jim, Sir Alan sugar in The Applicants (Rose díOr winner), Murder in mind, the musical drama Blackpool , ITVís Mobile. The road to Coronation Street(BAFTA winner) More recently he has joined the cast of Waterloo Road and Parents with Sally Phillips on Channel 4. And his memorable portrayal of Jesse Chadwick the childrenís entertainer in Coronation Street.
John is properly best remembered for his betrayal of Pete Gifford in the multi-award-winning Cold Feet for which he was nominated for best actor at the comedy awards. Since then heís played Charlie Darling (best actor the nomination RTS) in this series New Street Law and to series up the ITV 1 drama Kingdom with Stephen Fry.
His film credits include: The young poisoners Handbook, Dog Eat Dog, born romantic, 24-hour party people, Up and under, The man who knew too Little (with Bill Murray), The English Patient, Inkheart, Wallace and Gromit and the curse of the Were Rabbit and more recently Northern Soul and Dementamania.
Johnís Theatre includes: Be bop -a-Lula, The Rivals, and Willie Mossop in Hobsonís choice at the Royal exchange Theatre (best actor nomination MEN Theatre awards). Peter Pan (Opera house), Robin Hood (Marlowe Theatre Canterbury)and Dick Whittington (Middleton Arena)
Support from JACK EVANS & WILL SETCHELL
MC - RED REDMOND
Tickets £10 - www.hahacomedyclubs.co.uk