Thomas Green to headline the Old Post Office Comedy Club

The Old Post Office in Milk Street sees it's monthly comedy Club return this week.

The comedy club took a break over the summer whilst most comedians headed up to Edinburgh for the world famous Edinburgh Comedy festival.

On Sunday 27th October at 8pm, it will restart withe the incredible Thomas Green headlining, with Phil Walker and compere Danny McLoughlin.

Thomas Green is an engaging story-teller, and known for his face of elasticity and energetic stage presence. A former school teacher, Green swapped the whiteboard marker for a mic, and hasn't looked back since. His knack for crowd-work and improvisation has seen him become a sought after MC (Midlands Best MC Award nominee 2018), building a reputation on the UK circuit as an interactive and cheekily abrasive comic. Green began his career by selling out his first festival run in hometown Adelaide (2012), being nominated the following year for Best Emerging Comedy and since has only gone from strength to strength, selling out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe.

Green has not only been lively on the festival circuit, he's establish himself on the UK circuit since moving across the pond in 2015. His effervescent charisma and hilarious characterisations has him now playing nationwide at high profile clubs such as Glee, Hot Water Comedy, Off The Kerb, Just The Tonic, Top Secret Comedy, Last Laugh, Laugh Out Loud Comedy, Punch Drunk, Rotunda Comedy, Frog and Bucket, and Funhouse Comedy. Green has also walked the comedy stages at established music festivals such as Download, Wilderness, Godiva, Y-Not and Tramlines Festivals. A comic on the rise, Green is not to be missed.

Doors open at 7.45pm and tickets can be bought directly from the Old Post Office, reserved by phoning the pub on 01743 236019 or can be bought online at