Enterlude & Custard Comedy bring you the very festive Laugh It Up ( Christmas) 'light' the last night of stand up comedy of the year live at Inside The 22 , Rugby featuring Three of the top UK comedians of the moment!!
We are so pleased to welcome Angelos fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe, to bring us part of his "Can I Just Show You What I've Got" UK tour to The Benn Hall In Rugby on February 7th with a fantastic supporting line-up to be announced very soon.
Unwitting star of Shooting Stars (BBC2), Dave’s One Night Stand and Channel 4’s The Angelos Epithemiou Show , cult favourite Angelos Epithemiou takes a giant leap into the spotlight yet again in this shambolic, weird and wonderful show. Think Little Britain meets Vic and Bob meets a smattering of Ivan Brackenbury and then lower your expectations and get on board.
Angelos Epithemiou is the creation of critically acclaimed performer, Dan Renton Skinner, who has starred in such blockbuster films as The Spy Who Dumped Me, High Rise, and Swallows and Amazons for BBC Films and such TV serial-classics as The Tracy Ullman Show, Friday Night Dinner, and The Wrong Mans.
Chris Helme first rose to prominence as the front man of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses band ‘The Seahorses’ with the anthemic Britpop classics 'Love Is The Law' and 'Blinded By The Sun'. Chris is now working on his second solo album. Chris was a firm favourite at this summer's 3 indie icons gig Inside The 22 in Rugby alongside Mark Morriss (The Bluetones) and Nigel Clark (Dodgy) and so we just had to get him back for a gig in his own right. Chris is also a huge part of the Starshaped and Shiiine weekenders and we are very pleased to have him back in town once again.
Enterlude proudly present Tom Hingley the front man from The Inspiral Carpets glory days brings his band to Inside The 22 in March! - TICKETS ON SALE SATURDAY NOV 2ND 10AM!!
Tickets on sale from Saturday Nov 2nd at 10am
Tom Hingley was the lead singer with Inspiral Carpets from 1989-2011. Tom sang on all the Inspirals chart hits, including This is How it Feels, Saturn Five, Dragging Me Down, I Want You, She Comes in the Fall and all the songs on the bands four Major label albums - Life (1990) The Beast Inside (1991) Revenge of the Goldfish (1992) and Devil hopping (1994).
Formed in 2016, The Karpets have played barnstorming sets at Shine On Weekender, Embrace’s Secret Festival , Readipop Festival, Vicars Picnic, Rochdale Live, Darwen Live, Festival Too & headline sets at the 100 Club, Audio in Glasgow and over thirty other UK clubs to date.
The band comprises: Tom Hingley (lead vocals), Dickon Kyme Wright on keys & backing vocals, Philip McIntyre on guitar & backing vocals, Ste Pearce on bass and drummer Malcolm Law.
The Karpets play all of Inspirals Greatest Hits as well as the whole of the band’s Revenge of the Goldfish album and a healthy selection of obscure B-side and fan favourites.
The live experience is raw, dynamic, punky & energetic. The band play like their very existence depends on it with humour, skill and volume
Local support on the night will be from the exciting rugby singer songwriter TH Noah & The Elements who will play a special acoustic set on the night.
Enterlude present an evening with Shaun Ryder the Happy Mondays & Black Grape legend giving the Rugby crowd a fascinating insight into life in one of the UK's most loved bands. Hosted and presented by Brody Swain (BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Introducing presenter) supported by hotly tipped Rugby indie band The Estates
Shaun Ryder is from Salford, Greater Manchester, where in 1980 he formed Happy Mondays. The band signed to Factory Records and their releases included the two classic albums ‘Bummed’ in 1988 followed by ‘Pills ‘n’ Thrills and Bellyaches’ in 1990. Later Shaun started Black Grape releasing the album ‘It’s Great When You’re Straight.. Yeah’. Following his achievements with both bands he received the ‘Godlike Genius Award’ from NME in 2000.
Shaun also moved into TV taking part in the tenth series of the TV show ‘I’m a Celebrity.. Get Me Out Of Here!’ in 2010 where he was runner up. He also went on to have his own TV programme ‘Shaun Ryder on UFOs’ on The History Channel in 2013.
Shaun has recently been a guest on several TV shows including ‘Room 101’ with Frank Skinner, ‘Stars and Their Cars’ with Paddy McGuinness, ‘The Chase: Celebrity Special’ with Bradley Walsh, ‘Sam Delaney’s News Thing, This Morning and ‘Big Star’s Little Star’.
He also wrote his autobiography ‘Twisting My Melon’ in 2011.
Shaun continues to tour with both Happy Mondays and Black Grape and is due to record new albums with both bands as well as releasing a solo album as SWR
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