More great comedy is the promise at The Capitol, Horsham when Barnstormers take to the stage on
Sunday, May 19 at 7.30pm.
Spokesman Stephen Newberry said: “The last show until September features more great comedy in the studio with our compere introducing another three top acts from the London circuit, usually Comedy Store regulars.
“This time Kevin Precious introduces effusive Colin Owens, vibrant Ola and the hugely-talented Pierre Hollins.
“The only other proper jobs Pierre Hollins has ever had were washing dishes in the House of Commons, labouring on a gas pipe line in Qatar, in the Middle East, and teaching drama to the mentally ill.
“He has been an audience favourite on the comedy circuit for many years, and has headlined at clubs throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
“In the early days he worked as a support act to Lenny Henry and Rory Bremner; appeared in the West End with Rita Rudner; and toured with The Flying Pickets, and Willie Rushton and Barry Cryer.
“His relaxed amiability is defined by a compelling conversational style and absurd guitar-posturing. His songs are jokes that rhyme, set to a guitar backbeat, never travelling down the easy route of song parodies. He covers topics from love and hate, to sex and politics with a totally original voice, delivering his material with charm and irrelevance.”