Britain's Got Talent star impressionist Danny Posthill and Irish comedienne Aideen McQueen will raise a laugh at Borelli’s Wine Bar and Grill on Thursday, June 29.

Mirth Control Comedy’s latest Comedy in the Courtyard event will take place from 8.30pm (doors 6.30pm). Advance ticket sales only – no entry on the night.

For tickets (£15) and table reservations, call 01252 735254 or book online at

Danny Posthill is a comedy Impressionist, and his versatile act caters for all walks of life with unbeatable stand up and a string of impressions, such as Alan Carr, Michael McIntyre, Sarah Millican and President Donald Trump, alongside all the other topical political characters of today.

Danny has performed all over the world, and his TV credentials include Pointless Celebrities, where he appeared alongside fellow impressionists Alistair McGowan, Rory Bremner and Jon Culshaw.

He also starred as Donald Trump in a spoof rap battle against 'Hilary Clinton' for Sky News – not forgetting Danny’s outstanding performance on Britain’s Got Talent in 2015, where he reached the Grand Final.

Aideen McQueen is one of the brightest sparks in the new generation of Irish comics, described by Mirth Control Comedy as "sassy, sexy, saucy and side-splittingly funny".

Aideen appears regularly on  RTE, TG4, BBC Northern Ireland and BBC Radio 4. She is one of the resident comperes at the world famous International Comedy Club in Dublin and has appeared alongside Sean Hughes, Reginald D Hunter, Ardal O’ Hanon, Dylan Moran, Johnny Vegas, Phil Kay and Frankie Boyle.

She has performed at many festivals including The Vodafone Comedy Festival,The Electric Picnic Festival and Prague Comedy Festival. In 2019 she had two sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.