A LINEUP of TV comedians promises an evening of fun and laughter.

Stephen Bailey will be the star guest at a comedy club night at the Courthouse in Knutsford on Friday, November 3.

The presenter, actor and writer is one of the country’s most sought-after talents.

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Stephen has appeared twice on Live At The Apollo, most recently as host, and is performing sold out tour shows all over the UK.

Would I Lie To You, Richard Osman's House of Games, Celebrity Bridge of Lies, Celebrity Weakest Link, Between The Covers, Strictly: It Takes Two and Pointless Celebrities are some of the many shows he has been in.

Hailed by the British Comedy Guide as a ‘superstar in the making’, Stephen is a proud northern, working class, gay man.

Support on the evening is no less impressive coming from Fiona Allen and Joey Page.

Twice Emmy winning actor and comedian Fiona Allen has been a mainstay of TV over the past two decades.

She has starred in various sketch shows, most famously the iconic Smack the Pony.

Fiona has also appeared in television dramas such as Dalziel and Pascoe, Shameless, Coronation Street and Happiness, alongside Paul Whitehouse.

Most recently she has been in Eastenders.

Fiona won a whole new generation of fans in the second series of the hit E4 teenage drama Skins.

She has also played the role of Georgia Stevenson in the BBC drama Waterloo Road, while often appearing as herself on comedy shows like Mock the Week and 8 Out Of 10 Cats.

Accomplished and hilarious with a unique take on the everyday, Joey Page’s career so far has been studded with rave reviews, award nominations and TV appearances.

As seen on Never mind The Buzzcocks and Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy amongst others.

Over the last few years, Joey completely overhauled his writing process and comedic style building a reputation as a circuit favourite.

What hasn’t changed is Hhs truly captivating stage presence and ability to make an audience feel that they have seen something very special Holding proceedings together is Jonathan Mayor.

Trusted as tour support by the likes of Sarah Millican, Jason Manford and TV warm up for Joe Lycett, Jonathan is widely regarded as one of the best MCs in the country.

To book visit jokepit.com/comedy-in/cheshire/comedy-at-the-courthouse/10136

A spokesman for promoters Nodding Dog Comedy said: “Without being too biased you will be hard pushed to find a comedy lineup as good as this anywhere in the country.

“Stephen Bailey is huge and one of the very best out there, Fiona Allen is just a legend and Joey Page is probably the least famous comedian who should be famous in comedy!”

Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm.

Tickets priced £15 are available in advance by emailing Nodding Dog Comeday at info@noddingdogcomedy.com