Up for a laugh? New comedy club launching in Buckingham

The man behind Lone Wolf Comedy Club Andrew Bird
The man behind Lone Wolf Comedy Club Andrew Bird

A new comedy club is launching in Buckingham later this month.

Lone Wolf Comedy Club is the brainchild of comedian Andrew Bird and after a successful run in Bicester Andrew is bringing comedy to Buckingham once a month.

Luke Toulson

Luke Toulson

The comedy club will take place on the last Thursday of every month at the Woolpack pub.

The first is on Thursday December 27, so Andrew is encouraging anyone who wants to get away from their home or family for a couple of hours to come down for some fun.

Featuring on the opening night are Luke Toulson, who has appeared on Russell Howard's Good News and Marlon Davis, who has appeared on the BBC's Live at the Apollo.

Marlon's gig will include comedy based on his urban upbringing while Luke is described as having 'understated delivery which belies his brilliant writing' by Romesh Ranganathan.

Marlon Davis

Marlon Davis

The show will be compered by Andrew Bird, who supported Michael McIntyre on his recent arena tour in London.

Andrew, who grew up in Towcester, moved to London where he became an established comedian.

He then moved to Bicester and after setting up a comedy club, which regularly sold out, in his hometown, is now starting one in Buckingham.

Andrew said: "The venue owners came to our Bicester gig which has sold out every month for a year and asked us.

"We thought Buckingham is another good town with loads of character but just with not a lot happening at night.

"It will be great to have a good regular night that locals can walk to."

Doors open at 7pm with the show running from 8pm to 10pm.

Tickets are £12.50 for adults and £10 for students.

Please note the show is not suitable for under-18s.

To book visit www.WeGotTickets.com