In addition to our much loved Red Dot nights and new for 2018 'The Venue' is the latest to our Comedy Cow gigs. We will be bringing a wide selection of acts to Milton Kyenes, giving you that little feel of 'Live at The Appolo'. The Venue will be running every few months starting on the 19th May.
Just like our other nights, this is aimed at comedy lovers so please read the house rules before booking your tickets.
Address:The Venue Mk Address Walton High, Fyfield Barrow, Milton Keynes Mk7 7WH.
Timings: Doors Open: 7:00pm Last Entry: 7.45pm Show Starts: 8:00pm
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.
MC - Mark Dolan
Mark Dolan is a Comedy Cow regular and is well known as the host of Channel 4 show Balls of Steel, which he presented from 2005 until the shows end in 2008. He is also the presenter of Channel 4 Radio’s satirical show The Weekly Show, which is now in its second series, and the TV documentary series The World's (Something) And Me, where he meets "the world's most extraordinary people", such as The World's Hairiest Person and The World's Strongest Child. This series has proved popular and has aired three seasons of documentaries. Dolan first came to the public's attention in 2002 after writing and performing in a Comedy Lab entitled The Richard Taylor Interviews.
In 2006, Dolan helped launch More4 as the host of The Last Word, a nightly topical discussion show. He has also fronted shows for E4, including its launch comedy series, Show Me The Funny, and provides his voice as presenter of a new series for Five called Urban Legends. Dolan is currently the presenter for Sky Movies' weekly movie-news show 35mm and Channel 4's The Mad Bad Ad Show.
On 16 February 2013, Dolan took part in the fifth series of Let's Dance for Comic Relief as member of "Destiny's Dad" alongside fellow stand up comedians Hal Cruttenden and Shaun Keaveny.
In 2015, Dolan co-hosted "If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World" with British reality TV personality Katie Hopkins
Opening - 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