We’re back with a bang this November and continue to bring you the best of the best from the UK comedy circuit.
This month featuring Kevin Shepherd, Rachel Jackson and Arielle Souma!
Do note line-up is subject to change
This French-Ivorian has an authentic voice in comedy, an incredible stage presence and hilarious jokes: a definite force to reckon with.
Punchy, blunt, accessible and brilliant.
‘Arielle Souma is just what the comedy industry needs and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell’ Frankie Boyle
‘She’s brilliant fun and totally commands the stage. She killed it and totally raised the roof.’ The Stand Comedy Club
Rachel Jackson is an award-winning Scottish comedian. She has been on ‘The Stand Up Sketch Show’ on ITV2, The Comedy Underground’ on BBC Scotland and is a panellist on BBC Radio Scotlands’ ‘Breaking the news’.
‘I love this girl’ The Rock
‘Light years beyond’ other comedians’ Sunday Mail
Kevin moved from his native town of Bognor Regis with a burning ambition to become a successful stand up comic and instantly gained critical recognition, being a finalist in both the Laughing Horse New act of the Year and Krater New Act of the Year competitions (2002).
Hailed as one of the funniest and nicest blokes you could meet, Kevin quickly became, and remains, a regular performer at professional comedy clubs on the UK circuit. In 2009 he was asked to perform support slots for if.comeddies nominees (now called The Fosters Comedy Award), Mickey Flanagan and Ivan Brackenbury on their national tours.
‘Shepherd is an open and honest performer…[his] greatest skill is creating visuals using just a few apt words or a telling phrase.’ Broadway Baby.
‘Brilliantly observed, quite touching…Really demonstrates his eye for a well crafted turn of phrase, colouring it with nimble vocabulary. ’ The Skinny
‘He then gave way to Kevin Shepherd, who packed the next 20 or so minutes with as many jokes as some comedians manage in an hour’. BBC
“Assured stage presence, deadpan delivery and good gags.” Last Laugh. Sheffield.