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Silly Billies present some of their finest, golden moments in front of a live celebrity audience. Joining them will be alternative comedian hero Michael Brunström.

The Order of the Silly Billies present
An Audience with Michael Brunström and the Silly Billies

Silly Billies present some of their finest, golden moments in front of a live celebrity audience. Joining them will be alternative comedian hero Michael Brunström.

When: Friday 10th March 2017
Show Begins: 7.30pm
Tickets: £5 BOOK ONLINE HERE
Age Recommendation: 16+

Silly Billies present some of their finest, golden moments in front of a live celebrity audience. All your favourite catchphrases and nightmares over one night.

For one night only (due to popular demand), your favourite Newcastle-based absurd, surrealist, occult anarchic collective will present a selection of the greatest hits plus a few new golden nuggets.

Joining them will be alternative comedian hero Michael Brunström (“Big, bold and dumb” – Chortle). A seeker, a weirdo and a winner of the prestigious 2015 Malcolm Hardee award for Comic Originality. “He’s my favourite” – Jack Gardner from Silly Billies. It’s promises to be sensual. Are you sensual? Then join us.

Silly Billies Comedy is an alternative comedy night that celebrates the anarchic, strange and surreal. Hosted by The Order of the Silly Billies (Jack Gardner, Sam Megahy, Barry Fox and a hippo).

"Silly Billies has fast become the place for the best alternative comedy the North East has to offer... developing a cult-like following in the process" - Narc magazine

"A comedy night where it’s okay for the performers to be batsh*t mental... In the same way that people are blown away by Tony Law’s one-man shows, there’s a real sense that Silly Billies is more than just a comedy night; it’s great fun and an immersive experience that you won’t forget in a hurry" - Giggle Beats Comedy

"Silly Billies seem to spurn repetition and make originality their life-blood, I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it before. They didn’t avoid all the dreaded clichés of comedy... originality and pure lunacy - they're absolutely mental." - The Courier Newcastle

"A bunch of gay commies singing lullabies about pigs" - Ian from Durham