Featuring Tom Wrigglesworth, Ray Bradshaw, Ryan Kenny and MC Mick Ferry.
Tom Wrigglesworth is best known for his live storytelling shows and Sony Award winning BBC Radio comedy programmes which take a comical and emotional look at family relationships. Alongside his comedy work, he’s used his engineering background to become a natural and engaging presenter for BBC Television and The Discovery Channel.
“The ultimate crowd pleaser” The Guardian ★★★★★ Time Out ★★★★★ Scotsman ★★★★ The Times ★★★★ Telegraph ★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★ Sunday Times ★★★★ Metro ★★★★ The Guardian
Ray Bradshaw is a born comedian. He has the easy charm of a natural storyteller, an instinctive feel for the crowd and certainly knows how to surf those waves of laughter. As a child of deaf parents, Ray has written and toured two shows based on his experiences; 2018’s Deaf Family Com and 2023’s Deaf Com One. Uniquely, he has performed these shows in both BSL and English.
He hosts two of Scotland’s most popular radio shows; Breaking The News and Off The Ball, has supported fellow Glaswegian Frankie Boyle, Ardal O’Hanlon and John Bishop on tour, reached the Scottish Comedian of the Year finals twice and was the first ever comedian to win a Scottish Culture Award. This now nestles snugly against his Adelaide Fringe award.
“Enjoyably twisted punchlines” Chortle; “A brilliant raconteur” ★★★★★ Bath Echo; ★★★★ Entertainment Now; “Bradshaw is raucously funny… captivating, funny and sharply executed” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
Few are funnier than Comedy Store and Frog & Bucket veteran Mick Ferry! Whether he’s running with a scatterbrained idea, an audience suggestion or dipping into his extensive mental files of absolute, top drawer gags and routines, the end result is a barrage of laughter from a very happy audience and that is what we are all about.
“See him or regret it” John Bishop ★★★★★ Mirror; “Absolute legend” Jason Manford
Comedy poet Ryan Kenny rounds off another perfect evening.
First Thursday Comedy at The Met is booked by Comedy In A Van.
Dates & Times
The Box @ The Met
£14 (inc fees)
Acts subject to change. Fully seated.