10th November 2018 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm The Comedy Pub, 7 Oxendon Street, London, SW1Y 4EE
What a fab show we have tonight. Our opening act is the irrepressible Marcel Lucont, the suave French connoisseur and ladies man. Marcel has appeared on John Bishop’s Christmas Special, Live At The Apollo and in most women’s “Allowed List”. Brace yourselves…
Our headline act is Josh Howie – a comic has his own Radio 4 sitcom “Josh Howe’s Losing It”. Hardly surprising bearing in mind he has 5 kids. Absolute nutter. Great act, you’ll love him.
Our host is the marvellous Kate Smurthwaite, who as well as being a well known political activist (an appearance on Question Time amongst her credits) is officially very funny indeed. Who’d have thought the two of them go together (they do!)
Adam ‘Cheerful’ Riley is making another Stand-Up Club appearance and is one of the best upcoming acts on the circuit. Officially deadpan, there’s more chance of making one of the Buckingham Palace guards smile than seeing Adam crack a grin. He will however make you laugh, and it is all about you, isn’t it…
Our new act of the evening is Sarah Lee, who won this week’s heat of our Get-Up, Stand-Up New Act Competition. We always try to bring you the best of the upcoming acts in comedy, and Sarah is great.
The Comedy Pub is smack bang in the heart of London’s West End, 1-2 mins walk from Piccadilly Circus tube. With 4 floors, it boasts a brand new cocktail bar and three other bars to quench your thirst. The comedy room holds 100 people, enough for a sizzling atmosphere but not too many that you can’t get close (not too close!) to the comedians. We allocate seats for everyone, so you just have to turn up and enjoy the night.
You don’t need to print out your ticket, just bring the email along on your phone. We have a list of ticket-holders as well should all else fail .You can purchase a pre-show meal which guarantees you a reserved table if you so wish, and there are other food/drink options also available.
FREE ENTRY TO AFTER-SHOW COCKTAIL BAR
Sip cocktails in the swanky new cocktail bar in the basement after the show, which has a DJ and is open until 2am. Why bother going to queue up elsewhere…
|The Stand-Up Club - Saturday 10th November