This is the second of our comedy events in 2019. The evening will be compered by Jeff Lane and features the following great comedians:
Juliet Myers, Linda Larkin, Graeme Collard, Sunjai Arif and Nathan Eagle
Juliet Myers is a writer on Sarah Millican’s TV Programme and has written for 8/10 Cats. She is a warm-up on Woman’s Hour live broadcasts and is a regular headliner and compere across the UK. She has had sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016, 2017 and 2018. “Smart and very funny” – The Independent; “Devilish social commentary” – The Scotsman, “Laugh-out-loud offbeat ideas” – Chortle
Linda Larkin is the alter ego of Sam Savage. Funny’s Funny winner 2012 and NATYs runner up 2013. She has a husband called Terry, a guinea pig called Dougal, a troublesome neighbour and a world full of love, gossip, Tupperware and Guess Who.
“She writes proper jokes, a really nicely hung together set, very good work.” (Jenny Éclair)
“She’s a comedy natural, the female Micky Flanagan.” (Chortle)
Graeme Collard has been performing stand-up since 2011, mainly on the Brighton and London circuits. Graeme discusses his unique reasons for being a vegetarian as well as making observations on every day scenarios and confusions. Graeme’s friendly laid back persona also lends itself to compering for various clubs in and around Brighton. Graeme reached the Max Turner Prize final in 2015.
“Graeme Collard is very, very, VERY Funny” Joe Wilkinson
Sunjai Arif is an engaging comedy story teller and covers tales about his family, speeding tickets and extremist rodents. Sunjai oozes charm and will leave you grinning ear to ear. Experience the sheer joy of seeing Sunjai share his memories of nostalgic pop culture in a way only he could imagine.
Winner Bath Comedy Festival New Act 2017, Runner up South Coast Comedian of the Year 2016, Finalist Max Turner prize 2016, Shortlisted for the 2017 Guide Awards: Best Comedian, Tour support for Tom Green: European Comedy Road Trip
Winner of Spinaker tower Gong show
Nathan Eagle’s unique take on the world around him is what keeps the audience so entertained by what he has to say. He makes the mundane look abstract. Nathan’s engaging stories about childhood hoovers, dodgy geezers and disastrous disco dancing keep the audience hooked on his every word and his impeccable timing and delivery leave the audience howling with laughter! Nathan has been performing stand up for over a 2 years now and in that time has shown himself to be a hilarious and completely unique comedy voice with a firm place in the industry. He’s only going to get bigger…
Winner of Portsmouth comedian of the year, nominated for a Portsmouth Guide award, winner best actor dv mission.
Quackers Comedy: “You never quite know where Nathan is going to go, with his brilliant material, and that’s the beauty of it! Hold onto your sides, and enjoy the ride…”
Zoe Lyons: “Nathan is one of the most original and exciting new acts I have seen in ages. Brilliantly funny
Doors open 7.30pm. Licensed bar.