THE NEXT monthly comedy slot in Leek will take place at its regular home of The Foxlowe Arts Centre next Thursday, May 1.
Headlining the night will be the amiable Pierre Hollins with his compelling chatty style and absurd guitar posturing.
His 'songs' are jokes that rhyme, set to a guitar back-beat and cover topics from love and hate, to sex and politics.
With a totally original voice he delivers his material with charm and irrelevance.
Supporting will be the totally unique Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre. A magnificently performed show with songs, sketches and a bit of mayhem.
Never have socks had such a following, brought to life in front of their audiences who are completely captivated while crying with laughter.
Completing the line-up will be the straight faced James Meehan with his anecdotes and John Lebbon comedy writer, who has won an award for his work with Dave Spikey.
Compere for the night is the mischievous and cheery Lou Conran.
Tickets for Leek Comedy Club are £8 and available in advance from the Foxlowe Arts Centre, which is situated at the top of Leek's Market Place. Alternatively pay on the door.
Doors will open for Leek Comedy Club at 8pm, with the show starting at 8.30pm.