Stand-up show is cheerfully miserable

Henning Wehn.
Henning Wehn.

Laugh your socks off at The Dukes this February as their comedy season kicks off.

Beginning on February 26, Scottish comedian Alun Cochrane (seen on 8 Out Of 10 Cats) will make his debut in Lancaster.

Cochrane will be performing his new cheerfully miserable stand up show ‘Me Neither’ which sold out at Edinburgh Festival.

He will tell tales about eating, sleeping, his family and general life.

His dulcet tones are often heard on Frank Skinner’s radio show and can also be seen on Russel Howard’s good news and Mock the Week.

The Dukes will also play host to many other comedians in April and May including Kriss Foster and Rob Auton who appeared at Edinburgh Fringe, as well as Lucy Porter, Andrew Lawrence and Henning Wehn.

Cochrane’s show is recommended for ages 16+.

Tickets priced £12/£10. More information and buy online at www.dukes-lancaster.org or ring The Dukes box office: 01524 598500