Firkin Comedy Club - 4 for the price of 3!
Friday 28th June 2019
Four Comedians and a Compere to entertain you. You can eat at your table if you wish. Doors open 7.30pm.
Show starts 8pm
Book on line now or call 01283 532880
Check out The Artists below (maybe subject to change)
Closing – Andy White (Pictured)
Andy White is An energetic, confident and silly Brummie who combines silly voices and a mad afro to devastating comic effect. Andy has numerous media appearances, including the BBC New Comedy Awards on BBC Choice, Brand Spanking New on BBC Radio 7 and his winning performance on the Weakest Link comedian’s special!
Opening – Harriet Dyer
Harriet Dyer's been
full-time at this stand-up malarkey since 2013. She regularly gigs up and
down the UK and has been lucky enough to gig all over the world
Harriet's done the majority of the UK festivals and big clubs, although sadly the thing she seems to be recognised the most from is when she went on Dinner Date eight years ago and didn't cook the chicken properly thus giving her date the shits.
Compere – Carl Jones
Midlands comic Carl Jones first hit the circuit in 2011 after winning the Nottingham Comedy Festival Best Newcomer in his first handful of gigs. Since then, he’s gone on to reach the BBC New Comedy Award heats, the latter stages of numerous national new act competitions and gig at some of the top comedy clubs across the UK.
1st – Ben Kavanagh
24-year-old Bennet (who despite the name is not a girl) has
been performing stand-up and witty musical comedy (GetReading.co.uk) for almost
3 years. In this time he has performed at various venues across the country
with his homemade keytar, including the London Comedy Store.
In August 2017, he had a successful Edinburgh run of Bendiana Jones and the Temple of Huge, a musical comedy show which he wrote and performed with Huge Davies.
He doesn’t like tomatoes that much, and feels uncomfortable writing in third-person
2nd – Anthony Jeannot
Anthony Jeannot is a raw sort of comedian. Naturally funny (very in fact) but unpolished. Despite being at least thirty, an adult by anyone’s estimation, he exudes a sense of modern youth like few acts I’ve ever seen. That would be the misanthropic kind of modern youth rather than the Instagram influencer kind, as his show makes clear.
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