A great line up of comedians for December
Zoe took her first steps down the comedy path in 2003 after training as an actress at the Poor School in London. She went on to win the Funny Women Competition in 2004 and her debut Edinburgh show was nominated for the if.comedy newcomer award. In 2008 she won the Dave, Funniest Joke of The Fringe Award.
“Always fizzling with indignation and throwing out a hugely enjoyable mix of brutal putdowns and richly funny stories, Lyons has what it takes to delight any crowd.” The Guardian
Andy has an expertly crafted routine littered with an eclectic mix of offbeat original comic songs and parodies. A talented musician with a captivating voice, popular songs have been re-written and given a perverse twist to tremendous comic effect. Since becoming a full time comedian back in 2005, Andy has built a reputation as a distinctive and original talent, and is now a highly sought-after headliner at all the major UK comedy clubs, as well as being a favourite amongst his peers.
On TV screens, Andy was recently invited to appear on The John Bishop Show, performing a storming set at the Hackney Empire, alongside a stellar line-up from the worlds of comedy and music. Andy has also recorded a set for the latest series of Comedy Central’s The Comedy Store, and has performed on two series of The World Stands Up, also for Comedy Central.
“Although he looks mild-mannered and studious, he actually packs a wry, cheeky wit. There is, most definitely, something warmly alluring about him. His winning persona goes a long way.” Chortle
Morgan Rees (MC)
Morgan Rees is a rising star of the UK circuit. This softly spoken Welsh comedian boasts a densely packed arsenal of impressive one-liners and hilarious short stories. He has appeared on BBC Radio 4 in the prestigious finals of the BBC New Comedy Award. He was also a runner-up in So You Think You’re Funny 2017, and a finalist in Chortle Student Comedy Award.
Tour Support for Fern Brady, Rhys James, Jayde Adams, Nigel Ng and Paul Chowdhry.
‘Proved himself a master of redirection, with several set-ups taking unexpected swerves in a punchline heavy set ‘ – Chortle
‘Fast gags, unexpected swerves and rolling stories’ – The Sunday Times
Date & Time: Thursday 1st December at 19:30
Until 31st August 2022 – All Tickets £19 (Includes a £1 Restoration Levy). A £1.50 transaction fee per order will be added to ticket purchases.
From 1st September 2022 – All tickets £20 (Includes a £1 Restoration Levy). There will be no transaction fee, instead a £1 fee will be included in the price of each ticket comprising a 75p booking fee and a 25p Community Fund Levy.
Concessions are: Senior Citizen, Student, Kenton Volunteers, Under 16, Equity Members, Key Workers and Keepers/Friends
Running time: TBC (includes a 20 minute interval)