Heaton Stan Comedy Night – 18 July – tickets on sale!

We are delighted to confirm our next instalment of the popular Heaton Stan Comedy Night will take place on Thursday 18 July 2024 and tickets are now on sale!


We have three of the four acts confirmed and what a treat we have in store!

Dave Johns

Dave is one of the most respected and best loved stand up comics working on the British comedy circuit. A multi-award winning film actor, accomplished stage actor and improvisor who has appeared on the West End stage and is best known for his breakthrough role in Ken Loach’s critically acclaimed film ‘I, Daniel Blake’ which won the coveted Palme D’Or Award at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

“Shifting from hilarity to uproar to genius in the blink of an eye”

– The Guardian

Steffen Peddie

Fondly known as The Big Man of Northern Comedy, Steffen is famous for playing Big Keith in BBC2’s hit comedy sitcom Hebburn.

Returning to stand up after an eight year break as a Pro Wrestler has found Steffen a little older, wiser and bigger than before, but still ready to find the lighter side of any subject that an audience member can throw at him.

MC David Hadingham

David Hadingham is a seasoned comedian known for his sharp wit and hilarious insights into everyday life. With a career spanning several decades, Hadingham has established himself as a stalwart in the world of stand-up comedy. His unique style combines clever wordplay, observational humour, and a touch of self-deprecation, creating a comedic experience that resonates with audiences of all backgrounds. Whether he’s poking fun at the quirks of human behaviour or sharing personal anecdotes, David Hadingham’s performances are a rollercoaster of laughter that leave audiences in stitches. His charismatic stage presence and impeccable timing have earned him a great reputation in the UK.

Paul ‘Silky’ White

Paul ‘Silky’ White is a comedian and musician from Liverpool. Since 1994 he has avoided adulthood, wealth and financial security by doing something he loves instead, reducing people to tears of mirth. He has done this all over the world, on television, at Glastonbury, Bestival, Camp Bestival, The Big Chill, Comedy Festivals including the Edinburgh Fringe, Glasgow, Leicester, Melbourne and the world’s smallest comedy festival in Frampton Mansell (a real place, not a character in Downton Abbey). He’s been reported dead to the police and been Dr Who’s backing guitarist.

‘massively engaging guitar-playing stand-up whose instinctive rapport with audiences makes him welcome wherever he goes.’