We’re super proud that Stand up Macclesfield Comedy Club are part of this year’s MACCPRIDE and to celebrate they are bringing a great big comedy gayla to RedWillow Macclesfield!
Event: Macc Pride Comedy Gayla!
Venue: RedWillow Macclesfied, 2A Park Green, Macclesfield, SK11 7NA
Date: Friday 7th July
Times: Doors 7pm – Show 9pm
Brace yourselves for the magnificent….
Bethany Black is a comedian, actor and writer. She has been performing for over 20 years and has supported many acts on tour including Joe Lycett and Paul Sinha. Blessed with a sharp tongue and a desire to overshare she’s been critically acclaimed for her personal, confessional style of comedy.
She has been a panellist on “Sorry I Didn’t Know ” (ITV) as well as “Sarah Millican’s Elephant In The Room” (BBC Radio 4) and was a guest on “Rosie Jones – Box Ticker” (BBC Radio 4). She has had leading roles in television shows such as Cucumber, Banana and Tofu by Russell T Davies for Channel 4 for which she has won awards, she was also a guest star in Doctor Who and played one of the series baddies in No Offence.
She has written for TV shows such as Frankie Boyle’s New World Order and Mummy’s Big Queer Do as well as written jokes for many of the guests on your favourite panel shows.
MC JONATHAN MAYOR
Our host with the most, tour support for Sarah Millican and Jason Manford. TV warm up for Joe Lycett. one of the finest comperes in the country, capable of settling even the rowdiest crowds with savage wit and a high octane stage presence. A bejewelled vision to look after proceedings!
“Hilarious” Jason Manford
“Very funny” Michael Palin
“A glittery self-obsessed queen” Manchester Evening News
Sian Davies is a comedian, MC, presenter and writer from the North West of England. Her droll, widely relatable, observational material puts an insightful spin on the everyday.
She regularly performs at theatres, festivals and comedy clubs across the UK and is the driving force behind sell out fringe phenomenon’s Best in Class and Comedy Queers. Sian won the Edinburgh Comedy Award Panel Prize for Best in Class in 2022, the award for Best Debut Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival in 2020, was runner up in the Funny Women Stage Award in 2019 and winner of Hilarity Bites Best New Act in 2018.She is working class and queer, and fiercely proud of belonging to both communities.
“A very funny observational stand-up … imagine a queer Peter Kay with more emotional literacy and a quiff like young Morrissey.” The Evening Standard
“Compelling and distinctive” The Scotsman
Eddie Fortune is a Liverpool based comic described as a comedic Tornado, talking about the woes of dating, work life and the need to stay in shape, he occasionally mistakes himself as a Julia Roberts from pretty woman. His act can be a gag a second or an existential monologue, poem or song. Displaying a contradictory self deprecating confidence, and heckling the audience with beautiful compliments, Eddie is also a Theatre Producer for Crumbs Theatre, Liverpool.
Kate McCabe is an American comic who gigs all over the UK. She’s also a professional improviser, performing regularly with Murder Inc and ComedySportz. She’ll be taking her two-hander parody ‘The Name of the Dame’ to the Edinburgh Fringe in August. When not performing live, she also does professional VO. If you listen closely, you may recognise her as one of the flamethrower wielding baddies in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.
“Delivers strong material with aplomb” THREE WEEKS
“Just a goddam delight” MCR WIRE
A superb new comedian, UK Pun Championship finalist and breaking through to perform at some of the biggest comedy nights in all the land. A natural storyteller with an edge, Kat is definitely on our one to watch list!
So, don’t delay, snap up your tickets and support this brilliant night…