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Buxton Buzz Comedy Club - March

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More stand-up from some new and not-so-new faces on the comedy club circuit.


jamie sutherland

Liverpool has a history for producing some of the country’s finest comedy talent, and our headliner Jamie Sutherland can now be added to that fine list.

Jamie is a modern act, with many observational topics, but throws in a few old-style gags too. Jamie is also one of only a few comics that can tailor his performance to suit your audience.

He is extremely popular with corporate clients, and he’s equally at home performing to crowds at his nearby sports club.


Tom Taylor

Tom Taylor has received high praise from audiences and critics alike: his unique brand of musical comedy is smart and silly in equal measure, and he can boast an impressive stock of quirky and very funny musical one-liners.

His brand of nervous, neurotic musical comedy – coupling deliberately simplistic tunes on an old Casio keyboard with cleverly constructed lyrics and smart wordplay – is an absolute delight.


Dave Twentyman

Effortlessly funny and quick on his feet, our opener & compere, Dave Twentyman endears himself to the toughest of audiences as an act or a compere.

Dave started his career in the Northwest and by his 11th gig was making his first appearance on live television in Made in the Northwest in 2003.

After being recommended by Alan Carr, he became a regular guest on BBC Radio Manchester and XFM for a number of years. Travelling around the UK and beyond, Dave has built a reputation as a consistently great act with his cheeky, chatty style, delivering light-hearted gags and stories you can't help relating to.

Dates & Times

  • Duration: 3hr (includes interval)
  • Price: £9 in advance, £12 on the door