Tickets £9 – £10 on the door (Concessions £7) 14+
Doors open 7.30pm. Show starts 8pm
Talented award-winning writer and stand-up, Mark Maier, is an established and highly sought after performer on both the national and international comedy circuits.
He has worked the comedy clubs of Germany, Holland, Ireland, Hong Kong, The Bahamas, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand and has also appeared at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles and Caroline’s in New York
Amongst his many credits, Mark has taught and performed improvisation with Catherine Tate in London and has had a string of successful radio series, in which he both wrote and performed in.
‘Confident, personable and always in control’ The Stage
‘It’s high time someone gave hima TV show of his own!’ The Guardian
Offbeat ideas, strong imagery and dry observational asides, he finds laughs in unusual places. A promising voice Steve Bennett (Chortle)
From his very first gig in May 2014, English Comedian of the Year 2016 Josh Pugh has gained a proven track record of being a winner.
He won that Funhouse gong show and has since gone on to win Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2015 and the Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year Award 2015. In between he somehow won Midland New Act of the Year in both 2014 and 2015 (we don’t know how it works either). This year, he came 3rd in the NATYS (formerly Hackney New Empire Comedian of the Year) before going on to win English Comedian of the Year 2016.
Winner – English Comedian of the Year 2016
Winner – Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award 2015
Winner – Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year Award 2015
Winner – Midland New Act of the Year 2014 (and 2015 somehow)
Finalist – NATYS (formerly Hackney New Empire Comedian of the Year) 2016
A keen comic mind. Bruce Dessau (London Evening Standard)
But that’s enough about his multiple award-winning status. More importantly, he’s funny. That’s why he does well in competitions, with confident and clever writing that takes you off on glorious tangents. Steve Bennett of Chortle.co.uk calls him a “promising voice” who “finds laughs in unusual places” whilst The Londonest says he’s “pleasingly off the beaten track”. Josh has a unique, interesting and funny voice with a very exciting future.
Pleasingly off the beaten track. The Londonest
Clayton Has been doing comedy since 2013 and has established himself as a regular on the Uk comedy circuit. He has performed all over the Uk , with 2 one man shows at Edinburgh Festival 2015 and Leicester comedy Festival 2017. He is a Obsevational comedian that has gained followers all over the uk.
“Instantly likeable. Laugh out loud hilarious. A proper cheeky geezer”
– WDG Comedy
“Clayton is fast becoming one of the most “must see” performers on the
British Comedy circuit!” ”
“Very funny & confident that earned him a huge round of applause from 2000+ bikers”
– BSH Magazine