Comedy At The Kenton January
Presented by the Kenton Theatre and Avalon
Naz Osmanoglu, star of BBC’s Flat TV, Horrible Histories and Comedy Central’s Drunk History, is an actor, writer and comedian. Meanwhile, Naz regularly performs on the London circuit both as a stand-up comedian and character act, and has taken 4 shows to the Fringe festival, having most recently had a successful solo run in 2017 with The Naz Show.
“Particularly magnetic” – The Guardian
Ophelie Hocquard is a French writer and comedian who uses comedy to reflect on life and her inane awkwardness. She ended up on the semi-finals of the 2017 BBC New Comedy Award after only six months of performing standup, she’s since performed all over the London comedy scene in both French and English. (As heard on BBC radio 4 extra).
Phil Ellis is an award-winning comedian who has entertained audiences of all ages with his amalgamation of off-beat observational material and physical comedy. Solidifying his reputation in 2014 with his undisputed anarchic sleeper hit of a show Funz and Gamez, Phil won the Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award’s panel prize.
“A massive underground hit” – The Scotsman
(includes £1 theatre restoration levy)
Running time: 110 (includes a 20 minute interval)