Four times a year, the Sin Bin turns the Rodber Suite into Northampton's biggest and best comedy club, with some of the country's top comedians visiting the East Midlands to have you rolling in the aisles.
The Sin Bin Comedy Club is a full evening out, with the bar open throughout the night and hot snacks available. So whether it is a works do, a fun night for you and your partner, or a special family event, look no further!
On the next bill...
Thursday, Febraury 26th 2015
BRYAN LACEY found his true calling in stand - up comedy after a string of jobs. He decided life wasn’t interesting enough and he wanted to do something that both scared and challenged him all at the same time. His mixture of slick, well honed material lets you into his world introducing you to some of the strange incidents and people that he seems to attract. Mixing both stand up with catchy, gag filled songs Bryan tops it off with a relaxed yet cheeky delivery making him an audience favorite. Bryan is a strong act and an excellent MC for any gig. He’s firmly established himself with various promoters and clubs throughout the UK and overseas.
One of Ireland’s most sought after comedians; JOHNNY CANDON regularly performs at comedy festivals all over the world. He has delighted audiences as far afield as Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, The Middle East as well as all over Europe. A regular at all the major clubs across the UK and Ireland, Johnny has toured the UK with John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman (“The Daily Show”, “Political Animal”), supported Ricky Gervais on his hugely successful tour, “Animals” and Neil Delamere on his “Creme Delamere” tour of Ireland.
MIKE GUNN is one of the most recognisable man's name and face in world comedy both through his deadpan character, but also the fact that he is one of the funniest men going. A misspent youth and a series of grim jobs, including one as an undertaker, cultivated his "dry as a bone" but rib-achingly funny outlook on life. Mike has worked with some of the biggest names like Jo Brand and Alan Davies, as well reaching cult status in almost every land known to man. Television appearances include Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (Series 2), Al Murray's sit-com Time Gentlemen Please and Harry Hill's TV Burp He has also been a regular contributor for The Guardian. He has written for The 11 O'clock Show and even Match of The Day.