Fri, Mar 27 · 20:00

Funhouse Comedy returns to Melbourne's, Royal British Legion Club on Friday March 27th for a night of fun and laughter.

Topping the bill is writer, actor and comedian Justin Moorhouse who has appeared on TV in Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Live at the Apollo, Coronation Street and Phoenix Nights. With his easy going and endearing persona he entertains the crowd, relating his tales and clever observations and has them hanging on to his every word.

Opening the night will be Barry Castagnola who has written for the likes of BBC's 'Ask Rhod Gilbert', as well as creating characters for Dom Joly's ITV show, 'Fool Britannia'. His self-derision and anecdotes about his life cut to the chase, striking a chord with his audiences and his amiable persona never fails to appeal.

Completing the line-up is comedian, film producer and director Marc Lucero. Leicester Comedy Festival 2020 Best Of Silver Stand Up and a previous runner up in The Online Film Festival with 'The Question'. The quirky and funny thinker uses his brilliantly ingenious gags and indisputable skill with language to expertly conjure up the most ridiculous of images, resulting in an entirely classy and original routine.

Compere for the night is the cheeky and friendly Stevie Gray with his boundless energy and mix of news, music and comedy.

Tickets are £10.00 in advance

7.30pm doors
8.00pm start.

All info and bookings at

Royal British Legion Club
87 Derby Road
DE73 8FE
01332 862243
Info 0115 952 5050

In advance: GBP 10.0