The Funhouse Comedy Club returns to The George in Kirton-in- Lindsey this weekend.
Headlining is the appealing and gripping Eddy Brimson.
Known as a ‘geezer’ he is one of the most fascinating comedians on the circuit.
Over the years he has made many TV appearances in various hit shows, including Eastenders, Absolutely Fabulous, The Thin Blue Line and Casualty.
Travelling all over the world as a stand-up he once even did a gig naked!
Also on the bill is the intrinsically funny Lloyd Griffith.
As a choirboy in Grimsby he sang on The National Lottery programme with Dudley Moore, who played the piano.
Later in life, he sang backing vocals on a Bee Gees album.
Also appearing will be Adam Hastings with his blend of witticism mixed with awkward self-realisation.
They are joined by Paul Mutagejja, who was both a model and basketball player before entering comedy, and Matt Hoss, who has an amusing gift for saying something inappropriate.
Compere for the night is Spiky Mike.
The event is on Sunday, November 13 at 8pm.
Tickets are £9 in advance atwww.funhousecomedy.co.uk