Steve The Gag Lee, based in Essex, travels the length and breath of the country entertaining at golf club functions, Rotary club functions, Cooperative events, social and cabaret clubs. Fully self contained with fees usually under £500 for up to a one hour set. If you’re looking for an upbeat comedy night with a tried and tested comedian we hope you’ll consider this comedian with his adult humour.
Routines are honed to perfection in the hard-knock territory of Northern Working Men’s Clubs. Compilation clips contain the best moments from series one of this quick-fire stand-up show.
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Comedian Essex Steve The Gag Lee
Frank Carson, Charlie Williams, Bernard Manning, Colin Crompton, Ken Goodwin all became masters of one-liner and knowing wink. Working men’s clubs are a type of private social club first created in the 19th century in industrialised areas of the United Kingdom, particularly the North of England, the Midlands, Scotland and many parts of the South Wales Valleys, to provide recreation and education for working class men and their families.
Despite the original educational ambitions, most working men’s clubs are now mainly recreational. Typically, a club would have a room, often referred to (especially in Northern England) as a vault, with a bar for the sale and consumption of alcohol, snooker, pool or bar billiards tables, as well as televisions for sport entertainment; many provide food.
A much larger room would be connected, often called the concert or entertainment room, with a stage and a layout of tables, stools and backrest sofas. They often provide night time entertainment, mainly on the weekends such as bingo, raffles, live music cabaret and comedy, playing popular music. They are also known for their charitable works. In recent years, declining membership has seen many clubs close down and others struggle to remain open. (Wikipedia)
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