The red dot bar is situated just inside the main entrance of the DoubleTree by Hilton within Stadium MK. The red dot bar provides a stylish setting in which to enjoy comedy sat at tables. The night is perfect for couples, or groups of friends/colleagues to come and enjoy some of the best comedy on the UK circuit in a great atmosphere.
Just like our other nights, this night is aimed at comedy lovers so please read the house rules before booking your tickets.
The nights are usually held on the 3rd Friday of every month.
Address: red dot bar, DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, MK1 1ST
Timings: Doors Open: 7:30pm Last Entry: 8pm Show Starts: 8:15pm
Groups: if you are a group of of 8 or more please email email@example.com, check out our house rules to make sure we are the best night for you.
NOTE: Line-ups are always subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. You are purchasing tickets to a comedy night and not to see a particular comedian and as such tickets will not be refunded due to a change in line-up.
Headlining is Markus Birdman
Markus Birdman is an original and highly talented stand up. He took his solo show, ‘One Step Beyond’ to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004 and has featured on BBC Radio’s ‘Spanking New” and is the voice of ITV’s ‘Blank Screen. He has previously performed at the Edinburgh Festival as part of Screaming Blue Murder’s ‘Big Value Show’ and as a finalist in the televised ‘BBC New Markus has featured on BBC Radio London, and on BBC One, BBC Choice, and Sky and Triple J Radio, Fox FM and Channel 9 TV in Australia
Openining the night Simon Brodkin
Simon Benjamin Brodkin is an English comedian, performing both on the stand-up circuit and in comedy television series. He is best known for playing a cheerful chav character called Lee Nelson, but also performs as other comedy characters. Performing solo stand-up since 2004, he has also written for and appeared on the television shows Al Murray's Multiple Personality Disorder in 2009, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show in 2010 and Lee Nelson's Well Funny People in 2013
Headlining is Paul Tonkinson
A self-confessed professional northerner - and far worse, a celebrity Manchester United fan, Paul Tonkinson is a star of comedy in all its forms. Be it on stage, in character or as a TB host, this man does not fail to make you giggle.
Having made his name as host of The Sunday Show, he took an even bigger step into the limelight when he replaced Johnny Vaughan briefly on The Big Breakfast.
Still relatively fresh-faced, Paul has actually been at the game quite a long time. Back in 1992, he was winner of the Time Out New Act of the Year Award and then completed the comedy double when he won Time Out Stand Up Comic of the Year in 1997.
On stage, Paul leads his audience on a guided tour through the differences in male and female logic and can take the mickey out of almost every region in Britain and further afield.