Gainsborough: Laugh in the face of the law with Moore

Former Humberside police sergeant turned stand-up comedian Alfie Moore is proceeding to Trinity Arts Centre in Gainsborough with his critically-acclaimed show Police Comedian next week.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 13th June 2014, 3:00 pm
Alfie Moore
Alfie Moore

Tasering his way through the comedy world, Alfie has been arresting audiences with stories of life on the beat that are institutionally funny.

His humorous insight into the life of a police officer has resulted in TV and radio appearances on Comic Relief, BBC Radio 4, The Wright Stuff, Sky News and many more.

Alfie Moore’s three Edinburgh Festival shows have resulted in several glowing reviews in both the broadsheets and from fellow comedians.

You have the right to remain silent but you won’t help but laugh.

National comedy stars David Mitchell and Rhod Gilbert are among those who have sung Alfie’s praises with Mitchell describing him as “brilliantly funny and genuinely hilarious.”

Other critics have called his show “an eye-opening insight into life inside the police.”

The show is next Thursday (19th June) at 7.30pm and tickets priced £12 (£10 concessions) are available from the box office on 01427 676655 (during normal office hours) or online at