PHOENIX Nights flies into the Halton next week with top comedian Archie Kelly headlining the first instalment of The Laughter House at the stadium.
Award-winning comedy comes to Widnes for the first time on Thursday, November 3, with an evening of non-stop fun with four amazing headline acts.
Top of the bill is Archie Kelly from Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights.
Archie is a likeable comic with some awesome observations and some surreal puns to boot. But it is when he comes off script that he really shines.
The evening is compèred by Liverpudlian Anvil Springstein who will also give fans a taste of his hilarious comedy act.
As with all the best acts, Anvil's routine doesn't feel like a stand-up, more like a mate on stage chatting with the audience.
Next up is Chris Cairns, voted Liverpool Comedian of the Year, whose natural enthusiasm makes him irresistible to audiences and while not looking very quick on his feet, he more than makes up for it with his speed of thought.
His spontaneity and improvisational skills have created a demand for him as a compère.
Recently voted North West Comedian of the Year, Steve Harris rounds off the show.
Steve has something for everyone, mixing as he does puns, musical comedy, observational humour and straightforward gags. It is a real crowd-pleasing comedy, straightforward and undemanding, and performed in an assured, take-no-prisoners way which he hopes will strike a chord with the Halton public.
The show is in the Halton Stadium Bridge Suite, doors open at 7pm, with the show starting at 8pm. Tickets, priced £10 (inclusive of hot buffet), are available from the Halton Stadium reception.
Ring 0151 510 6000 or 0870 20 266339 ticket hotline.
The Weekly News is running a competition for 10 tickets for the show.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:
Name a character played by Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights.
Answers to the Weekly News at 75 High Street, Runcorn. WA7 1AH.