We are now hosting a new Comedy Club, on the 1st Saturday of each month. The Comedy Club show-cases some of the most exciting rising stars of London’s vibrant, contemporary circuit. Come & check out some of London’s emerging comedy talent, while they’re still fresh, eager and cheap.
See below for the next line up
This French-Ivorian has an authentic voice in comedy, an incredible stage presence and hilarious jokes: a definite force to reckon with.
"Arielle Souma is just what the comedy industry needs and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell" - Frankie Boyle
Nicole Harris; A stand-up comedian, and Wood Green local girl, who specialises in a unique blend of improv and written material. Nicole is like the Kinder Egg of comedians. You don't know quite what you'll get but it will definitely be a great surprise!
Joe has one ambition as a stand-up: to make people thaugh (think and laugh). Come along to find out if he succeeds! He was a semi finalist in the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2019 competition and his writing has been featured on BBC Radio 4extra, 6music and Resonance FM. so could I end it with "... has written for Resonance FB, BBC Radio 6 music and Radio 4 extra"
You might have seen our lovely Cat on telly (if you look really hard for a really long time, in the early hours of the morning) but if you go to the London comedy clubs you will almost definitely have seen our favourite yummy mummy. Her smile is brighter than a Southend sunrise and her laughter more infectious than Covid 19. Cat has brought her joyous and hilarious take on life to comedy clubs all over London, but tonight she’s ours. Gentlemen, approach with caution, this is a woman with needs.
Tom was born into a world he’s never fully understood and it’s treated him pretty poorly from the start. People he knows do things he doesn’t agree with but he has continually failed to have the courage to say anything. Tom is a failed podcaster, a failed radio host and a failed filmmaker - he can currently be seen failing as an open mic comedian, which he is hoping to combine with his role as an inspirational speaker.
Our token posh-girl in tonight’s line-up is lovely Hannah. Hannah’s family are from Sri Lanka (which is a country, not a term used in Cockney rhyming slang). With her posh English voice, Welsh name, and exotic features, you may not be sure what her roots actually are before you hear her set. And you’ll probably be none the wiser after her set, to be honest, but she is extremely funny, so who cares, this is a comedy night, not the Open bloody University.
Like a shot of Sambuca on a Monday morning, political satirist Paul Grover hits you with his unique wake up call. Reaching into your scope of reality (the tighter the better) and unplugging you from the Matrix, he dissects the establishment with precision, turning whatever you thought you knew about the world onto its head. Paul is our token radical, intellectual clever-clog satirist, mainly on the bill to raise the educational standard, as many comedians can barely spell their own name.
Our resident MC Anthony has everything a comedian really requires; a disturbingly troubled background, a big mouth, and a desperate need for attention in any form he can get it. Having grown up in a small village in Northumberland in the 1970s Anthony still struggles with new-fangled concepts such Instagram and the Internet, decimal currency and indoor toilets. He is gay and currently single, and says his ideal man should be tall but not lanky, educated but not snobby, French but not stinky. Although in these desperate times he’ll probably do anything with a penis and a pulse. Tonight, Anthony will be taking a break from MCing, due to hyper excitement at being only 53 sleeps till Christmas