Wes Zaharuk

Wes Zaharuk


Master of mayhem, prop lunatic Wes Zaharuk, takes audience on a joy-ride of frenzy machine-gun anarchic physical comedy routines and maniac physical audience interaction. Wes is easily one of the most exciting acts on the comedy circuit. If you like to laugh until you cry then Wes is an absolute must see. See him while he’s in town and expect the unexpected.

About the use of props, such as vacuums, whips, and blowers, in his performance Wes quips ‘Show business sometimes lures people who didn’t get enough love early in life. I feel as a child I didn’t get enough unsupervised time with power tools but who has perfect parents?’

Come and see Wes, but expect the unexpected. We guarantee you will not have seen household objects used in the way Wes uses them before. An absolute must see.


“Twin Peaks meets Cirque Du Soleil” - Toronto Sun

“A rib-tickling dive into the surreal” - Channel 4

“Simply amazing” - Toronto Star

 


George Zach

George Zach


George moved from Greece to study Biochemistry in Newcastle Upon Tyne and, in doing so, avoided joining the Greek army for his national service. He discovered stand-up soon after and has gone to sell out his show Greek Tragedy at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and support Luisa Omielan on her Am I Right Ladies tour. Recent BBC One appearances include the One Show and numerous appearances on This Week, discussing the Greek financial crisis.

Fortunately for George it turned out that he has quite the grasp of the English language, and also the fine art of comedy, including his witty observations on dating Geordie lasses and helpful translations of everyday Geordie phrases.


“George Zach went down well with the crowd and got some of the bigger laughs of the night. Really likeable act should go far” - Giggle Beats

“Pulls it off well with a style that is thoughtful and unexpected” - Broadway Baby

“Accessible, likeable, his jokes are solid and his timing impeccable” - The List

 


Lee Kyle

MC Lee Kyle


In his never ending quest not to have a proper job, Lee Kyle spent time as part of an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler.

Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, he did a show at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013 that he heard was well received but he doesn't read reviews because his psyche is too fragile to handle them so he isn't totally sure what they said.

Armed with props and a rapid gag rate he cuts a confident, if off-beat figure on stage. His jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs.


“Top up-and-coming comedy performer” - BBC

“Quirky and original... the highlight of the night” - Giggle Beats

“Very funny” - Manchester Evening News

 

This show will also feature a newer act in the middle.

 

To buy tickets for this, or any of the shows coming up at Hilarity Bites, visit the Hilarity Bites Box Office.

Tickets can also be bought in person from One77, York Road, Hartlepool.

Tickets for this show are £5 in advance or £8 on the door, with doors opening at 7pm and the show starting at 7:45pm.

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Upcoming Gigs

  • 30th March
    Danny Posthill, Phil Pagett & MC Aaron Twitchen
    Crook - The Cornerhouse
    Tickets £4 advance / £5 door
  • 1st April
    Michael Fabbri, Archie Maddocks & MC Will Duggan
    Darlington Forum Music Centre
    Tickets £10
  • 2nd April
    Dan Nightingale, Tom Deacon, Archie Maddocks & MC Dave Longley
    Hartlepool - One77
    Tickets £5 advance / £8 door
  • 4th April
    Alfie Moore, Rob Rouse & MC Dave Twentyman
    Ripon Friends of Wine
    Tickets £8 advance / £10 on the day
  • 4th April
    Alfie Moore, Rob Rouse & MC Dave Twentyman
    The Angel at Topcliffe
    Tickets £8 advance / £10 on the day
  • 4th April
    Rob Rouse, Alfie Moore & MC Katie Mulgrew
    Ripon Friends of Wine
    Tickets £10
  • 4th April
    Rob Rouse, Alfie Moore & MC Katie Mulgrew
    The Angel at Topcliffe
    Tickets £10
  • 5th April
    Eddy Brimson, George Rigden & MC Matt Reed
    Newton Aycliffe - The Turbinia
    Tickets £5 advance / £8 door
  • 6th April
    Patrick Monahan, Rahul Kohli & MC Andy Fury
    Northallerton - The Venue
    Tickets £5
  • 10th April
    Allyson June Smith, MC Andy Fury & support
    Darlington Hole in the Wall
    Tickets £3 advance / £5 door
  • 11th April
    Kevin Precious, MC Andy Fury & support
    Roobarb n Custard, Seaham
    Tickets £4 advance / £5 door
  • 11th April
    Steffen Peddie: 99 Problems and The Chips Still Ain't One
    Roobarb n Custard, Seaham
    Tickets £6
  • 19th April
    Lee Kyle: Burning This Place To The Ground
    Darlington Seen
    Tickets £5
  • 20th April
    Seymour Mace & MC Lee Kyle
    Hartlepool - The Pot House
    Tickets £3 advance / £5 door
  • 21st April
    Gavin Webster, Andy Wilky & MC Pete Otway
    Bishop Auckland Town Hall
    Tickets £8 advance / £10 door
  • 22nd April
    Raymond Mearns, Tom Taylor & MC Rob Mulholland
    Newton Aycliffe - Planet Leisure
    Tickets £5
  • 9th May
    Steve Day, MC Rob Mulholland & support
    Guisborough - The Ship Inn
    Tickets £4 advance / £5 door
  • 9th May
    Eddy Brimson & Stave Day
    Guisborough - The Ship Inn
    Tickets £6

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Wes Zaharuk & George Zach

Coming to Hilarity Bites at One77 in Hartlepool on May 7th 2017:

Wes Zaharuk

Wes Zaharuk


Master of mayhem, prop lunatic Wes Zaharuk, takes audience on a joy-ride of frenzy machine-gun anarchic physical comedy routines and maniac physical audience interaction. Wes is easily one of the most exciting acts on the comedy circuit. If you like to laugh until you cry then Wes is an absolute must see. See him while he’s in town and expect the unexpected.

About the use of props, such as vacuums, whips, and blowers, in his performance Wes quips ‘Show business sometimes lures people who didn’t get enough love early in life. I feel as a child I didn’t get enough unsupervised time with power tools but who has perfect parents?’

Come and see Wes, but expect the unexpected. We guarantee you will not have seen household objects used in the way Wes uses them before. An absolute must see.


“Twin Peaks meets Cirque Du Soleil” - Toronto Sun

“A rib-tickling dive into the surreal” - Channel 4

“Simply amazing” - Toronto Star

 


George Zach

George Zach


George moved from Greece to study Biochemistry in Newcastle Upon Tyne and, in doing so, avoided joining the Greek army for his national service. He discovered stand-up soon after and has gone to sell out his show Greek Tragedy at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and support Luisa Omielan on her Am I Right Ladies tour. Recent BBC One appearances include the One Show and numerous appearances on This Week, discussing the Greek financial crisis.

Fortunately for George it turned out that he has quite the grasp of the English language, and also the fine art of comedy, including his witty observations on dating Geordie lasses and helpful translations of everyday Geordie phrases.


“George Zach went down well with the crowd and got some of the bigger laughs of the night. Really likeable act should go far” - Giggle Beats

“Pulls it off well with a style that is thoughtful and unexpected” - Broadway Baby

“Accessible, likeable, his jokes are solid and his timing impeccable” - The List

 


Lee Kyle

MC Lee Kyle


In his never ending quest not to have a proper job, Lee Kyle spent time as part of an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler.

Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, he did a show at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013 that he heard was well received but he doesn't read reviews because his psyche is too fragile to handle them so he isn't totally sure what they said.

Armed with props and a rapid gag rate he cuts a confident, if off-beat figure on stage. His jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs.


“Top up-and-coming comedy performer” - BBC

“Quirky and original... the highlight of the night” - Giggle Beats

“Very funny” - Manchester Evening News

 

This show will also feature a newer act in the middle.

 

To buy tickets for this, or any of the shows coming up at Hilarity Bites, visit the Hilarity Bites Box Office.

Tickets can also be bought in person from One77, York Road, Hartlepool.

Tickets for this show are £5 in advance or £8 on the door, with doors opening at 7pm and the show starting at 7:45pm.

One77

Address:

177 York Rd,
Hartlepool,
TS26 9EQ
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Show Times:

Doors open 7pm
Show starts 7:45pm
Show ends 10pm (approximately)


Ticket Details:

Tickets £5 advance / £8 door


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