COMEDY SHED (Acts may be changed from those advertised)
Friday 26 May Doors open at 7.45pm First act at 8.15pm
Bring your colleagues and bring your friends for a shed load of laughs!
This relaxed cabaret-style comedy club on the last Friday of the month offers you the chance to enjoy a drink and sit back and relax, with three professional comedians ready to entertain you. Previous acts have included Alan Carr, Michael McIntyre, Lucy Porter, Nick Helm, Russell Kane and many more.
The below comedians are booked to appear in March. The comedians that appear in Comedy Shed are provided by Off the Kerb and are sometimes replaced at the last minute without any notification. They are, however, all professional comedians on the stand-up circuit.
The face of BBC's Taxi to Training and with such TV credits to his name as Sweat the Small Stuff (BBC3), Drunk History (Comedy Central) and Rugby's Funniest Moments (Sky), Lloyd Griffith is a comedian, choirboy and aspiring goalkeeper. He also supported Jack Whitehall on his latest arena tour.
"Disarmingly good”– The Times
Suzi Ruffell Suzi began her stand-up career at just 23 years old. After only eighteen months of performing all over the UK, this bright young comic from Portsmouth was nominated for the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011.
After appearing on television and headlining some of the biggest clubs in Australia and New Zealand, Javier Jarquin moved to the UK in 2010 and has since established himself as a circuit regular and headline act around the country and in mainland Europe, sharing the stage with Jimmy Carr, Stewart Lee and Jo Brand to name but a few.
"Brilliantly entertaining" - The Edinburgh Reporter
Looking forward to next month... Friday 30 June will have the following line-up;
Marlon Davis With a Brown Eyed Boy series on MTV under his belt, Marlon Davis is a bright young comedian, improviser and actor who embraces his work with energy and charm, embodying his characters and delivering his material with skilful observations.
Kelly Convey Kelly Convey is an “in-your-face and reassuringly confident” (Marissa Burgess – Chortle) comedian who is not one to mince her words when giving audiences an insight into what modern women really think. While her outspoken and forward-thinking musings may go against the grain, “there’s a winning authenticity to her material” (Steve Bennett – Chortle) that is refreshing and relatable. This authenticity has led to a whole host of accolades and acknowledgments in her whirlwind rise through the comedy scene. Voted by The Metro as “1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out for in 2017”, Kelly Convey is, no doubt, one to watch.
Gareth Richards Gareth Richards’ hilarious stand-up, silly jokes and gorgeously low-key comedy songs have made him an instant favourite on the comedy circuit. In 2010 he was nominated for Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer. Gareth has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News, Live at the Electric (BBC3) and in January performed live on Radio 1 on two separate occasions. Gareth co-hosted Frank Skinner’s Sony award-winning Absolute Radio show for two years and supported Frank on his 2014 tour.
£13 - Postage charges apply
The comedians that appear in Comedy Shed are provided by Off the Kerb and are sometimes replaced at the last minute without any notification. They are, however, all professional comedians on the stand-up circuit.
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