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The Comedy Cow

Friday, May 17th at 8:00 pm

Terry Alderton

Terry is one of the most exciting comedians around, regularly performing all over the globe, and picking up the odd award. He has played the Melbourne Comedy Festival, New Zealand Comedy Festival, India, Edinburgh Comedy Festival, Canadas Just For Laughs, Dublin and Galway Comedy Festivals and many more. He is also recognisable to fans as character ‘Terry Spraggan’ in Eastenders and ‘Charlie Mead’ in Londons Burning.

Peeking inside the Technicolor mind of one of Britain’s finest comic talents and you will find him desperately doing battle with “The Voices”, two unpredictable and hilarious Voices in Terry’s Head. Though often a challenge to Terry these two different sides of his ego/conscience often lead him into unpredictable comedy routines. Oh and let’s not forget his talking shoes!

His TV stand up credits include, Live At The Apollo (BBC), Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave), Comedy Road Show (BBC), The Stand Up Show (BBC), Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Just For Laughs Comedy Gala (Montreal), All Stars Comedy Gala (Melbourne), All Stars Gala (New Zealand), and The Waverley Gala (Edinburgh).

He has also written and performed in three series of his BBC Radio 4 show ‘Terry Alderton’s All Crazy Now’.

Mark Row

Mark Row’s world weary take on life is hilarious, and always hits the spot. A husband, father, teacher and Blue Peter badge winner, having recently turned 40, Mark is aware that, by now, he really should have a better grip on the way in which his life is panning out. Fortunately for audiences, the more trials and tribulations he encounters in his day to day life, the more hysterical stories he has to share. Having first taken to the stage in 2016 as part of Amazon documentary ‘A1: The Long Road to Edinburgh’, Mark’s comedy career has gone from strength to strength. He has established himself as a solid and dependable act on pro bills which has led to him sharing a stage with some of the best in the business. Following ‘The Long Road to Edinburgh’ in 2017, Mark returned to the Fringe in 2019 with ‘So What?’ a show in which he split the bill with Matt Bragg. He also ran ‘Jokers in the Pack’ which gave him a first taste for MCing nights. After a Covid enforced absence for the last couple of years Mark is excited to be back at the Fringe in 2022. Mark is part of the team that run The Comedy Cow in Milton Keynes. Alongside hosting their New Act/New Material nights, Mark also helps run their monthly pro nights at a range of venues across Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire. He is extremely proud of the part he has played in bringing top quality comedy to his home town.

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