Tickle your fancy is a cabaret night full of surprises. A smorgasbord of entertainment, offering something for everyone.
The night is hosted by Doolally, a female, comedy singing act. They introduce a range of cabaret turns; music, spoken word, magic, comedy, drama and sometimes the downright unusual!
Since 2015, Tickle your fancy have been entertaining audiences in packed out venues in Chorlton, South Manchester. Now it’s Radcliffe’s turn to get in on the act!
Sir Randolph Tempest: comedy actor
The world’s greatest actor! The creation of award winning Bolton comic Peter Slater, who’s appeared in Phoenix Nights, Ideal, Saxondale, The Detectorists and had his own comedy lab pilot for Channel 4 Slaterwood. “Very funny – a very enjoyable night out” Number9Reviews
Catherine Burgis: comedy songs
Not one to shy away from the big issues, Catherine’s songs range from a thought provoking ballad on the perils of multi-format printing to musical advice on how to achieve domestic bliss in small, confined spaces. Winner of the 25th Birthday special Best New Northern Act award at the Frog and Bucket, winner Beat the Gong at the Arc Stockton June 2019, Funny Women 2019 semi-finalist and finalist in Hilarity Bites Comedian of the Year and Cheshire Kittens 2019. Expect a sonic whirlwind of synthesised anxiety dreams.
Roz York: poet
Roz’s work has been collected in several anthologies and her pamphlet, The Flank of a Fish, came out in 2015. She has won prizes in the York Open and Guernsey International poetry competitions and was shortlisted for a Creative Futures Literary Award.
Stewart Lodge – funny man
See Stew Lodge as Little Jonny Cash. “I laughed till my face hurt” a recent punter who saw Little Jonny Cash
Please note: This event is at Radcliffe Market, not The Met.
Dates & Times
£9 advance / £10 on the door
Tickets available on the door at Radcliffe Market.
Doors open and food available from 5pm.
“Tickle your fancy is like being at a party that you didn’t have to organise or clear up afterwards. Fab evening, just gets better every time.”TYF audience member