Melton Library: 1.15-2.15pm Singing Café
This is a Singing Café for people with mental health challenges. (Inc Memory Loss and Dementia) £3pp
The Crown: Melton Folk Club (In the Tiger Room Upstairs) 7.30pm
If you can play fiddle or if you can’t play fiddle, if you can dance, if you can pole dance, if you like blues or hate blues, if you can tap your foot, if you can’t tap you’re foot, if you like a good laugh, if you like a bad laugh, if you are looking for something, if you think you’ve found something, if you like heavy metal, if you like light metal, if you think you can sing, if you think you can’t sing, if you can recite poems if you can’t recite poems, if you’re a doctor, if you’re not a doctor, if you’re ever so musical, if you’re ever so slightly musical, if you’re not in the slightest musical, if you like Dylan, if you hate Dylan, if you’ve got new shoes, if you’ve got old shoes, if you like beer, if you like a lot of beer, if you’re moody, if you’re broody, if you’re darn right choosey, if you’re the boss if you hate the boss, if you like eating nuts, if you are indeed a bit of a nut, if you like clapping, if you don’t clap or even if you want to sit and listen to some good music for a while…….you are most welcome. The Melton Folk Club, tonight and every Tuesday – 7.30 till 10.30 The Crown Inn, Burton Street, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Adrian Kerr’s new Folk club page is here: https://www.facebook.com/meltonfolkclub/
The Noel’s Arms : Wax Comical Comedy Chipshop ‘Masai Graham’ ‘Dave Longley’ Resident MC ‘Jon Perarson’ 7.30 pm Show 8pm
Melton Mowbray’s most cost effective comedy night is back!
It’s still absolutely free to get in!
You can still book your seats, including fish and chips, just speak to David or Jessica behind the bar to reserve your seats!
From Jon “Opening Act confirmed! It’s one of our Favourites! Masai Graham! If memory serves me right, he opened the first show @ The Noels, all those years ago! Since then he has been the UK Pun Champion and one the best joke of The Edinburgh Fringe.
He is also set to feature on ITV this spring!
Courtesy of Manford’s Comedy Clubs. “David Longley is a difficult comedian to define; on the one hand, abrasive, crude and insulting and on the other, articulate, intelligent and disarmingly funny. Longley’s towering stage presence and intensity, combined with his cutting wit have made him one of the most popular and controversial circuit comics in the UK, whether it’s doling out thought-provoking insights or reveling in toilet humour, Longley is a gifted wordsmith with great audience interaction skills. David has a humble silliness which ingratiates him to audiences, he delivers deadpan accounts of his everyday life which are shockingly honest, well considered and divinely funny, maintaining a rapport with the audience that is at once edgy and accessible, engaging the whole room.”
Jon began stand-up comedy in 2010, with his first performance at Birmingham’s Highlight Comedy Club.
Two successful Edinburgh shows later, and 5 years working the UK comedy circuit, Jon is now regularly found at the biggest and best comedy clubs across the UK including The Glee Club, The Comedy Store and Jongleurs, both as an act and a compere.
His 2015 Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival show, Jon Pearson: Tall Order, sold out at Melton Theatre within 2 weeks of the tickets going on sale.
Jon’s laid-back storytelling has audiences hanging on his every word. With tales based around his own life experiences, his anecdotes are relatable and certain to have people in hysterics.
Personally and a personally speaking! I’m very much Looking forward to the day Jon takes his role as Ed Kemper in The Musical Version of Netflix series “Mind Hunter”
The Genny B (Generous Briton): Scampi’s Karaoke
Picture taken at Back to the 80’s, Courtesy of Paul ‘Manny’ Manson