27may8:00 pm10:30 pmROLLING IN THE AISLES COMEDY CLUB - HEADLINER PATRICK MONAHANWith NJAMBI MCGRATH, DOM HATTON-WOODS & MC PETER MCCOLEEvent Type Comedy,CommunityStyleAdult only event,Comedy,Stand-up Comedy

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PATRICK MONAHAN is the only comedian we’ve ever known who’s embarked on not one, but two national tours, at the same time! The first was a result of winning ITV’s ‘Show Me The Funny’ and the other was own tour his show “Hug Me I Feel Good”.

A notoriously warm and friendly comic he also holds the world record for “Longest Hug” at a time of 25 hours and 25 minutes set at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013.

He’s appeared on numerous television shows from BBC1, 2, 3 to ITV1 and 2, Channel 4, Channel 5, and Sky 1. And the reason he’s done all this? He’s absolutely 100% cast iron hilarious and never fails to entertain a crown into delightful hysterics. Frankly, once an act gets to this level they stop playing the circuit so this might be the last chance to see Monahan in a comedy club!

“A force of nature, effortless charm and the mother of all feelgood finales” Mail on Sunday

“Star-In-the-making” Daily Telegraph “Bright young talent” The Sunday Times

“Comic masterpiece” Three Weeks

MC PETER MCCOLE is an Liverpudlian-born stand up comedian who is very much in demand both as an individual act and an MC

Peter is a natural stand up whose hugely popular anecdotal observational comedy and quick wit delights comedy audiences in comedy clubs up and down the UK circuit.

“Peter McCole has a lovely delivery style assured, measured and relaxed” CHORTLE

“Worth the Admission Alone” METRO

NJAMBI MCGRATH is a rising comedy star with a Radio 4 Series in the horizon. She is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir Through The Leopards Gaze was optioned for a 6 part TV drama series by Expectation Entertainment. “Written with poetic fortitude, Through The Leopard’s Gaze reveals that the hardest part of survival is not the experience of violence but the pressure you feel to make sense of it. Bravely sharing her own attempt to confront the past, Njambi McGrath’s memoir is a stunning portrayal of human brutality and human resistance – heart-breaking and empowering in equal measure.” David Lammy MP. ‘Beautifully written’ BBC Radio 4 Loose Ends. On sale in Foyles, Waterstones, WHSmith, Amazon, Audible, Walmart and all major outlets worldwide.

She is a ‘compelling voice of a rarely heard African perspective’ FestMag. Njambi’s book was shortlisted as one of the Twentyin2020 writers announced in the Guardian 2019. Away from writing, Njambi is an accomplished comedian with seven one woman shows and three filmed comedy specials. She was crowned winner of 2019 prestigious Hackney empire NATYS Award joining the ranks of previous winners like Stewart Lee and Lee Mark.

Njambi’s 2019 Edinburgh show Accidental Coconut, was a satirical examination of striking parallels between the Brexit rhetoric mimicking the struggles of those who fought for independence from Britain. Described as ‘nothing short of ground-breaking’ Banbury Magazine, and ‘a unique voice with deliciously tart lines’ Evening Standard. Accidental Coconut was featured on BBC Two’s Edinburgh Nights and BBC Radio 4 Extra Stand ups. Her current stand up show Black Black, she is comparing her grandmother’s life under imperialist Britain, with the rise of Nazism and fascism to her own political climate with Nazism, fascism on the rise. Her previous shows Breaking Black and African in New York – Almost Famous and Accidental Coconut were filmed comedy specials available on Next Up, Amazon Prime, Virgin Trains.

She was in the original line up of the (ARIA) Radio Awards hit BBC World comedy show ‘New Year’s International Comedy Celebration. Since her debut in 2010, she was voted 1 of 5 top up and coming female comedians 2012 by Fabulous magazine barely 14 months later. She was shortlisted for the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards x 2 a year later. She guested shows like Saturday Live BBC Radio 4, Loose Ends and ½ hour profile on BBC World service and has been showcased on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 4Xtra, featured on STV, French TV(Business Africa/Initiative Africa), Nigerian TV. She has been profiled in the Evening Standard, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, The Scotsman, Daily Nation (Kenya) featured on Arise TV. She reached the finals of many comedy competitions.

As Kikuyu Njambi is a follower of her ancestors Ngai. In her won worfds “He’s low maintenance because he says if he doesn’t hear from you he’ll assume all is well.😀”

Rising star DOM HATTON-WOODS is a rare breed of comedian, talented both on stage and also highly successful online, providing regular content for online dating app Bumble and drinks company Hooch. His Tik Tok posts often hit the 2 million viewers mark as he continues to create hilarious content on a daily basis.

On stage, Dom has provided tour support for Tom Stade, Jamali Maddix and Daliso Chaponda and is a regular at many of the major UK clubs.

Dom is available for live bookings, corporate events, acting/casting roles and online partnerships.

“Hilarious from start to finish, I’d take him on the road anytime.” Jamali Maddix

Licensed bar
Disabled access
Unreserved seating
Ages 18+
£11 in advance / £14 on the door



(Saturday) 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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