THE Stand Up Horror Show is coming to Rhyl for a spine-chilling evening of comedy

Tom Short, a multi-award-winning comedian, is bringing his critically acclaimed show to the Late Lounge in Rhyl on Thursday (October 26).


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The show starts at 8pm.

The show marks the return of the Great Mortar from retirement; a mind-reading, fortune-telling, death-defying magician.

The only thing is Mortar has died moments before the show, and it falls upon the understudy Tom Short (Leicester Square new comedian of the year finalist, Chortle student comedian of the year runner up "Tommy Cooper-esque"British Comedy guide) to complete the show.

Tickets are available here

Tom Short, renowned for his outstanding comedic talent, is set to captivate the audience with his dark and hilarious sense of humour.

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this marks the show's first appearance in North Wales, promising an unforgettable evening of macabre entertainment.

At the heart of the Stand Up Horror Show, Tom is joined by his exceptional assistant, Maisy Whipp, a USSU award winner in her own right.

Together, they'll lead the audience through a rollercoaster of laughter, terror, and everything in between.

Expect an unforgettable evening filled with the unexpected as Tom and Maisy combine their talents to deliver a one-of-a-kind comedy experience.

Adding to the night's excitement, rising star and highly relatable comedian Tom Roberts will provide support, bringing his brand of humour to the stage. Hailing from Wrexham, Tom Roberts will surely have the audience in stitches with his witty and relatable comedy style.