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In association with Ten Feet Tall
Catch 22: Milo McCabe, Steve Shanyaski & Matt Reed
Good Friday, better comedy. Catch 22 Comedy Club kicks off the Easter weekend with a bang.
Teesside’s most popular comedy club gets the bank holiday weekend started on a high-note, with Matt Reed as host and a another killer line-up in tow.
Matt Reed’s improv skills have seen him sell-out 2 of his solo shows in the past year alone, with another in the pipeline. As cheeky as he is brutal, Matt has the ability to entertain the crowd while skilfully destroying any heckler that crosses his path – which is why local comedy fans just keep coming back for more!
The charismatic Steve Shankyaski made it through to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedian of the Year just six months after starting his comedy career. Since then, his surreal but highly relatable observations have earned him titles like the Holsten Pils Comedian of the Year and the Birmingham Comedy Festival’s Best. He’s a long established comedy club headliner, regularly closing at top comedy clubs including Jongleurs, The Glee Club, The Frog and Bucket and Catch 22 – obviously!
‘…his off kilter set pieces have audiences fully immersed in ‘Stevie World’ as he leads them, Pied-Piper-like, down the charming avenues of his inner mind.’ Chortle
TV presenter, actor and stand-up character comedian Milo McCabe has been nominated for the Amused Moose Best Edinburgh show award, not once, but twice. He’s also been listed as GQ's Top Ten shows of the festival in previous years. In 2016 – his Edinburgh Fringe show, as character Troy Hawke, garnered a number of 4 star reviews. You might have seen him on ITV's Benidorm or BBC3's Live at the Electric to name a few.
'Mad comic genius' The Scotsman
Please note: Line-ups occasionally subject to change. Not for the easily offended.