So the other night at The Morton Arms it was a Christmas party!, Yes I know it’s a little early, but this was a show with comedy circuit star Mick Miller and it was one of those nights that wasn’t to be missed.
With Bruce Jones (Les Battersby from Coronation Street) joining in the fun between acts the night was set on the way to be loads of fun. Including a rather funny scene from Coronation Street with a member of the audience which was very, very funny.
Mick Miller Christmas and New Years Party – Music and Laughter
Sharon has a wonderful voice and certainly had the crowd singing away with the covers that she was performing, with such a powerful voice she has the ability to perform tracks by the likes of Shirley Bassey.
Sharon first started in 1984 and has worked the clubs and even at places like Haven and Butlins, the usual cabaret scenes where her style of music performance is well received, as it was the other night at The Morton Arms.
As I mentioned earlier she does have a powerful voice and sadly we had to leave after the headlining act, but I do believe that she went on to perform the likes of A Little Respect by Erasure, Town Called Malice by The Jam, Under The Moon of Love by Showaddywaddy, Shang a Lang by Bay City Rollers and several more
Mick Miller – Headlining the Night
Amazing humour from Mick Miller, it’s stand up for those that love the good old stand up comic genius, Mick’s comic humor is something we lack in the world today, it’s good old-fashioned live stand up, that has everyone in roars of laughter.
The audience was in stitches from start to finish, it’s great to see an old school comic bring that old school comedy to a crowd that enjoys every moment.
One liners fired off left right and center, with style and pure skill. I really don’t want to be giving away any of his jokes in this review of his show, but I was finding it very hard to write this review up while covering the show, I couldn’t stop laughing, even to the point of putting down my work and just having an amazing comedy evening.
Right at the end of his routine, was the rather famous Noddy routine, which I was told about by Lee (CelebExposed), that was it, as soon as the Noddy routine started I’d completely gone, tears rolling down my face and a complete state of hysterics, it was just so, so funny.
It’s so great to see Mick Miller live, his comic skills are something that are really missed these days with modern-day comics, Mick Miller is pure old school comic geniuses, something that is a joy to watch and laugh with.
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