'It's going to be mega' promises Jason Cook as his Comedy Club night makes plans for return to the Customs House
The comedian had to put the nights on hold as the Customs House in South Shields was forced to close to keep people safe during the pandemic.
But now, as the Government sets out its timetable for the easing of the third lockdown, the Hebburn writer is beginning to plan the return of shows.
Dates have already been set for September, October and New Year’s Eve so far and a promise of more if things continue on the right track.
He has pledged to bring back Stephen Grant who was on the stage back when a gas leak led to the evacuation of the building, with his appearance set for September.
In October, The Raymond and Mister Timpkins Review make a return, with Scott Bennett lined up for the December 31 event, with more to be added to the bill.
As he announced tickets were on sale, Jason told fans: “It's been a long time! But we are coming back! And it's going to be bigger and better than before.
"I can't wait to see your faces and enjoy a night of laughs and debauchery.
"I hope this whole thing hasn't done everyone's head in too much, but we are ready to bring the sunshine back to your lives in a big way.
"Can't wait to see you all, it's going to be MEGA, Big love, Jas.”
Tickets can be booked via https://www.customshouse.co.uk/theatre/.