IT is bound to be a laugh a minute at the Bolton Albert Hall this Saturday.

Comic Jamie Sutherland will be taking to the stage as he headlines this month's Laugh Out Club Comedy Club.

He is known for keeping audiences amused with gags, tales and stories with old style gags and observational comedy. He has supported some of the biggest names in comedy across Europe.

A spokesman said: "Jamie is a modern act, with many observational topics, and up to date material, and don't worry if you prefer a good old style gag, he has plenty of them thrown in, ensuring a performance that will touch everyone's buttons. "

He will be joined by Steve Day, who for the past 11-years has been performing to huge laughter around the country.

Joining them will be Rob Mulholland, described as one of the fastest rising comics in the country.

His jokes are rapid-fire, his jeans are too tight and his jackets were once owned by dead men. 

Our sister paper the Lancashire Evening Telegraph described him as "Great delivery and a confident swagger...A riot".

The show starts at 7.30pm with doors opening at 7pm.

Tickets: £17.50 in advance and £21.50 on the door

Ring 01204 333333.

Comedians will next to take to the stage at the Albert Halls on July 14.