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Catch 22's popular monthly gigs bring a mix of familiar TV faces and the best comics on the circuit to Stockton every month - but it's the new acts that get the chance to shine at Beat the Gong.
Always a big hit with Catch 22's Stockton crowd, it's easy to see why special guest MC Ray Peacock is the telly warm-up man of choice for the likes of Frank Skinner, Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross.
Andy Parsons, Arc, .Stockton, Thurs March 5, soldout - but fans can keep an eye on Ten Feet Tall Comedy on Facebook for news on any possible late returns Big Mouth Middlesbrough, .middlesbroughtownhall, Sat March 7, tickets PS10/PS12 01642 729729 Big Mouth Saltburn, The .Spa Hotel, Sat March 7, tickets PS9/PS12.50 01287 622 544 Catch 22's Beat The Gong!
"The dog days of January are always made miles better by looking forward to Catch 22's brand new season, and this year is looking good already," said Ten Feet Tall's Peter Vincent.
SPOT some comedy gold of tomorrow, tonight, at Catch 22's Beat the Gong at Stockton's ARC.
| Friday, December 14 Catch 22's second fantastic Christmas special stars Phil Nichol, Raymond & Mr Timpkins Review and MC Jason.
Hapless hospital radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury brings his own brand of humour straight to Catch 22's bedside.
Catch 22's line-up includes Junior Simpson who is a major part of The Comedy Store''s legendary Cutting Edge Team - and once popped up as a DJ in the Richard Curtis/Hugh Grant blockbuster Love Actually.
Comedy Store regular MATT REED is Catch 22's MC at ARC on Friday, March 26; with JOHN WARBURTON taking on job at Hartlepool's Town Hall Theatre on the Saturday.
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