Epic Comedy Club with Mick Miller & More!

Welcome to the first installment of The Epic Comedy Club Live at Epic Studios!
Our brand new comedy club will be taking place at the beginning on every month and we’ll be hosting some of the finest comedians around…

Mick Miller
Mick Miller has had a long and successful career stretching over 40 years.
He first came to prominence on the iconic ITV show The Comedians along with great British TV favourites Roy Walker and Stan Boardman. He also made guest appearances on 3, 2, 1, Seaside Special, and Blankety Blank (with his good friend Les Dawson). Live theatre tours and summer season shows followed.

Mick now works regularly in comedy clubs, and plays to young audiences. He  is well respected by the younger generation of comedians.

From  his beginnings as a shiny shoed, frilly shirted, bow tied comedian in a  dinner suit to working in the coolest of comedy clubs, this goes to prove that old’s cool.

Jamie Hutchinson
Former XS Manchester Comedian of the Year Jamie Hutchinson is one of the brightest sparks on the UK circuit. His commanding stage presence and razor sharp wit make him a sought after act for major clubs across the country. He has headlined the prestigious Big Value Late Show at the Edinburgh Fringe and was nominated for the Leicester Mercury award.

Adam Rowe
Widely regarded as one of the most exciting, young comics in the world; Adam Rowe has risen from a prodigious newcomer to an international headline act, since his debut in 2010. He is one of the most sought after acts for all of The UK’s biggest comedy clubs & festivals, whilst he has also performed in & headlined clubs in The Middle East & The United States.
His natural, laid back persona combined with brutally honest, opinionated stand-up and his phenomenal ad-libbing ability make each of his performances unique, gloriously unpredictable and, most importantly, always hilarious.

MC – Freddy Quinne
Based in Manchester, award-winning comedian Freddy Quinne’s ‘uniquely northern observational humour’ (Lancashire Evening Post) has seen a meteoric rise into some of the biggest clubs in the country. Quinne couples “clever, well placed gags” (Pickled Egg) together with a vulnerable persona for a unique experience which combines to make ‘a real tour de force performance’ (Alex Boardman). His willingness to break away from his set and involve the crowd leads for an engaging and memorable set backed up with frantic energy and raw emotion.


Doors Open at 6.30pm
Starts at 7.30pm