SADDLEWORTH'S dedicated venue for fun and frolics at Off The rails Comedy Club has released its summer line up and there's plenty on offer to satisfy the tastes of every comedic palate.

Sunday, May 26 sees two acts visit The Royal George who could not be more diametrically opposed in terns of style and career paths.

With show titles such as How to Butcher your Loved Ones, Social Leprosy For Beginners & Improvers and The Too Ugly For Television Tour it's fair to say Andrew Lawrence has never set his stall out as a crowd pleaser.

2015 saw him post a long rant on his Facebook page about so called "political" comedians making cheap and easy jokes about UKIP.

This caused a fair old backlash to say the least and subsequent Twitter tiffs with fellow comedians Dara O'Briain and Frankie Boyle followed by a downright slating of BBC comedy vehicle Mock The Week. Adam Rowe is still in his 20s but has quickly made himself known across the UK through sheer hard graft and no small amount of native Scouse wit.

His natural laid back persona combined with brutally honest stand up has won him friends far and wide.

Last year, he won Dave TV's Best Joke Of The Fringe (Edinburgh) and this year has seen him support Bill Burr on his UK dates as well as making his small screen debut on ITV's The Stand Up Sketch Show.

Oldham's very own Mick Ferry and newcomer Cathy Burgis complete the bill. Tickets cost £10 from the venue or book online.

Meanwhile, Greenfield Cricket Club will be aiming to raise £1,000 for club funds on Saturday, June 8. Boothby Graffoe is possibly the only comedian in the world to be named after a Lincolnshire village.

A veteran of both music and comedy festivals across the globe who is renowned for his surreal stories and songs. In fact he's so good he often tours with Canadian band Bare Naked Ladies.

London's Julian Deane has a multitude of awards cluttering his mantle piece and his tightly written and delivered material ensure a very full diary.

His Two Vegan Idiots podcast with fellow comedian Carl Donnelly has won a legion of fans and live dates are planned for later this year. Rob Riley will be hosting and Ben van der Velde takes the middle spot.

All the shows take place in the upstairs function room at the Royal George, Manchester Road, Greenfield and tickets are available form the pub or online at