Saturday night top comedy cabaret show
MONKEY BUSINESS VOTED NORTH LONDON`S BEST COMEDY CLUB
We will hold this fantastic event at the
very friendly family run
TOLLI Italian restaurant bar
327 Kentish Town Road NW5almost opposite Kentish Town
tube (or 5 mins walk from Camden Town
nice food available
Saturday night top comedy cabaret show ,
excellent/nutty/unique double act
RAYGUNS LOOK REAL ENOUGH
Rayguns Look Real Enough One of the most unique double acts in the UK, combining high quality musicality and insane mash ups to deliver an unrivalled entertainment experience which brings together cabaret, comedy and rock n roll. Rayguns Look Real Enough are a rock band on the edge.But on the edge of what exactly? If only they knew. Band memebers Ray Gunn and Luke Reel each have something to prove as rock and roll stars but their methods may not exactly be in the same book, let alone on the same page. Will they ever achieve their goal to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame?"They rock the house! We Love them!" - Time Out "Insanely funny!" - This Is Cabaret "Gloriously entertaining!" - Chortle "A big hit!" - The Sun
very highly enjoyable
Robin Morgan is one of the strongest acts to emerge from the Welsh comedy scene in years - his quick wit and warm stage presence, coupled with a wicked, cheeky streak have made him a firm crowd favourite, time and time again. He's a natural.
Robin has written on numerous radio programmes, and his debut sitcom "The Greatest Welshman You've Never Heard Of" will be broadcast on BBC Radio Wales in early 2015.
He is also a studio warm-up artist, including many BBC Radio Wales comedy programmes, and a live broadcast of The One Show.
"A deft descriptive style with an air of control and observation becoming a man far advanced of his years. He'll win you over within moments." (Cardiff Comedy Festival)
"Good, twisting lines... his urbanity is welcome and unusual." (Chortle)
exciting posh newcomer
There is more than a touch of early Simon Amstell in Alex Oliver’s strangulated, anxious voice and existential obsessions about why he doesn’t fit in. He’s more of a man-child, though – and has a corking line to sum that up – painfully childlike even when out on the pull. There’s an amusing air of incredulity to the life he’s ended up with, living at home, sponsoring and owl and stuck with this high voice whenever he gets stressed… like standing on stage for example. But the anxieties are very nicely expressed Steve Bennett Chotle
another act tbc
MC Martin Besserman
DOORS 7.30PM SHOW 8.45PM