BANISH the January blues and head to Colwyn Bay for some side-splitting comedy as Stand-up at the Seaside returns for its first show of 2020.

The monthly comedy night returns to the Station pub with another line-up of top talent courtesy of Colwyn Bay comedian and compere Dave Rothnie.

This month’s show takes place on Saturday, January 25 and features Seymour Mace, one of the circuit’s most original performers.

Probably best known for playing Steve on the BBC Three comedy Ideal alongside Johnny Vegas, Mace is a former clown who became a finalist in the So You Think You're Funny? competition at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2001, soon after becoming a stand-up. He was also nominated for the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2015.

He’s joined on the bill by Nige, a hilarious comedy character created by Liverpool-based comic Keith Carter - who is in the new series of 1970s kids show Crackerjack which is making its comeback this year - and was nominated for alternative comic of the year in the 2019 North West comedy awards.

Support comes from Tony Wright, with regular MC Rothnie as compere.

Rothnie said: “Our January show is a celebration of having got through one of the hardest months of the year. You can come and exercise your face muscles and feel like you’ve done something healthy as well.

"Each month I aim to bring a mix of styles so there’s something for everyone. Plus there’s the regular joke competition that gives the audience the chance to win a prize.”

All tickets are £12.50. Parties are four or more can reserve a table.

To book, contact Rothnie via or by calling 07903682303.