What’s on at Hootananny and Mad Hatters
modern and traditional ceilidh songs.
The Po’Boys are an acoustic based duo from West Memphis, Arkansas. They perform rock, blues, country, R&B and more.
We’re pleased to announce that Boogie will return to @madhatters Inverness on November the 29th and also on December the 27th!
So if you happen to have no plans on those dates or simply can’t wait until the weekend for a boogie, come join us 🕺💃
DRAG NIGHT – LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH!
International Drag Queen Act
and DJ Marvellous
9.30 pm till 3 am
Table For Four are a band hailing from the Highlands of Scotland offering high energy pop punk/metal music, catering to the inner rockstar of us all!
Based in London and a stand-up comic for more than 12 years, Nik Coppin has performed all over the world and developed an international cult following, having performed many solo shows at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, New Zealand and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals, all over Australia and the inaugural Hollywood Fringe Festival in Los Angeles. His confident, affable and energetic style of comedy is quick to build audience rapport, as he talks about subjects as wide-ranging as observations on human nature, his experiences in The Antipodes, Europe and Asia, his extensive knowledge of wildlife, superheroes, current affairs and his mixed race up-bringing in London. His mother is English and his father is from Barbados.Aswell as becoming one of the most consistent acts on the comedy circuit, his versatility has also made him a much sought after compere. He has the ability to adapt and play to a multitude of audiences and is skillful, observant and affable enough put them immediately at ease.
In additon to this, Nik Coppin is also the creator, producer and MC of the international and hugely popular hit show ‘Shaggers’, which has experienced sell-out shows in Edinburgh, Adelaide, Melbourne, Darwin and a number of UK cities.A spin-off from this is the ‘Huggers’ show which is also growing in popularity after it’s first seasons at the international comedy festivals.
“Could Nik Coppin be any more spectacular?” Melbourne International Comedy Festival