upstairs bar @
Hampstead CAFE ROUGE
38-39 Hampstead High St, London NW3 1QE
just 1 minute walk from Hampstead tube
very funny political comedian
ALAN FRANCIS What the press said about 'Clobbered'"the beautifully observed performances captures all the manic ambivalence of a Hello Magazine culture."THE TIMES"Acutely observed character monologues…sardonic wit at its best. GO SEE" THE LIST
"Some of the most SINISTER and SURREAL comic creations this side of The League of Gentlemen" THE SUNDAY HERALD"
A delightfully sour hour, excellently executed" EVENING STANDARD warm /friendly /funny
Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2016 Finalist
Monkey Business is always ready to celebrate a birthday,
highly exciting stand up
"Russell Hicks has a sharp wit.. the pessimism of Jack Dee mixed with the deadpan aggression of Denis Leary.
One of the most exciting comics to come out of America, Russell Hicks is branded one of the 'Top Six Comics to Watch' by LA's Stand Up Talk Magazine. He has appeared on LA based panel show Direct TV's 'What's News?' and is a regular guest on hit podcasts such as Talkin' Sh*t with Eddie Ifft.Headlining the nationally acclaimed student circuit in the United States, Russell regularly takes his hour long solo shows across the country to the biggest universities.Prolific and consistently delivering quality new work, audience members are often compelled to return for two nights in a row. Fast and loose, no two shows are ever the same"Hicks has a sharp wit.. the pessimism of Jack Dee mixed with the deadpan aggression of Denis Leary.
A riproaring night of tough love from a witty comedian ****",Broadwaybaby.com -
entertining stand up
fab popular newcomer
MC Martin Besserman
Doors 7.45 pm Showtime 8.30 pm
tickets only £15.00 / concessions £12.50
if wishing to enjoy a pre show meal best to arrive a couple hours before the show
Monkey Business is always ready to celebrate a birthday
so do let me know if you are celebrating one and we will try to make it that bit extra special .
Voted one of London`s best comedy clubs by The Evening Standard January 2017