Live nights in the Wicksteed Pavilion
Since it’s stunning refurbishment, the Wicksteed Park Pavilion has held some incredible live nights, in addition to becoming one of Northamptonshire’s most appealing wedding venues.
Let’s have a look what’s coming up!
Jazz and Blues your way into Christmas
Friday December 11 @7pm
Tickets are £15 each. Enjoy beautiful Jazz and Blues music from Zoe Schwarz and Rob Koral Jazz and Blues band. Your evening is accompanied with a delicious Tapas.
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Friday December 4 @7pm
Tickets £12 each. Our second live comedy night features Adam Scott Vincent, Jon Murfin, Tony Marasse and [headliner] Ava Vidal. Please see below for our full comedian biogs.Book my ticket now
The Something Tricky Show
Friday November 27 @7.30pm (doors open 6:30pm in the Pavilion) Adults £12.50, children £10. Full magician show with two magicians – Jamie Docherty and Matthew Garrett. Bar menu available.
Jamie is a member of the world’s most prestigious magic society – The Magic Circle, Matthew is a member of The Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star.
Take a sneek peek here
Meet the comedians
The line-up for the Friday 4th December Comedy Night is as follows:
Tony Marrese is without a doubt one of the best live comedians I have seen at the Fringe and I even struggle to think of better live comedians I have seen elsewhere” BROADWAY BABY
A powerhouse of gags. A storyteller first and foremost, Jon is a real crowd pleaser. Jon’s stories of recent fatherhood are heart warming, harrowing and utterly hilarious. Perhaps unwittingly, Jon is carving out a spectacular career as one of our best stand ups. ” – We Love Comedy
Adam Scott Vincent
‘I’m a stand up comic, writer, husband and father of two children who aren’t yet old enough to think I’m a ********. I reckon I’ve got five years’.
Part of award-winning writing team who won a Bafta for their coverage of the 2012 Paraliympics. A core writer for The Last Leg which was part of that coverage. The Last Leg was also nominated for best comedy entertainment program at the UK comedy awards. Adam has also written for channel 4’s Stand Up to Cancer, 15 to 1 and Live at The Apollo.
Has written and performed hour long comedy shows including Humans Anonymous (2008), Adamland (2009) Vital Signs (2010) and Dad Feet (2011). Vital Sings went to Edinburgh in 2010.
Ava Vidal – Headliner
ormer teenage single mum, prison officer, victim of domestic abuse and school rebel, Ava Vidal is a unique and exciting comedy talent. A regular on the comedy circuit in the UK from The Comedy Store to The Stand as well as international shows in India and Dubai, Ava has had four shows at Edinburgh, numerous appearances on TV in comedy and politics shows, and a host of articles for The Independent on Sunday, The Mail on Sunday and The New Statesman.
After a stint with the BBC Talent Urban Sketch Team in 2002, Ava began her stand-up career in 2003, becoming a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards and the Hackney Empire new act competition. She was one of six housemates to take in part in Channel 4’s KINGS OF COMEDY, and in 2007 was selected to take part in NBC’s LAST COMIC STANDING. She has featured on MICHAEL MACINTYRE’S COMEDY ROADSHOW on primetime BBC One as well as stand-up shows for Comedy Central and Channel 4, and has since become a frequent panellist on MOCK THE WEEK.