Our regular topical comedy night returns, featuring an eclectic range of visiting comedians, from up and coming talent to household names. These comedy nights are designed for people who know how to laugh and offer something for every comedy taste.
Early Bird Offer: All tickets £9.00 until 31st January - discount will register when confirming your basket.
Line Up: Rudi Lickwood
Rudi is a performer with a remarkable track record providing over 25 years of hilarity in a variety of settings and at some of the most prestigious venues around the world. TV credits include BBC’s The Stand Up Show.
Imran Yusuf is renowned as a skilful raconteur who seamlessly weaves socio-political satire with heartfelt introspection. He has appeared on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1) and the Edinburgh Comedy Fest (BBC3). Imran has completed two UK tours with his solo shows “An Audience with Imran Yusuf” and “Bring The Thunder”. In 2015, Imran hosted the first ever “HaLOL” comedy night to celebrate the growing talent of British Muslim comedy in the UK, which toured to arts centres around the country including HAC.
An extremely gifted entertainer, Lateef’s skillful blending of Stand-up and impressions has been showcased on ITV's Young, Gifted, and Broke, and on national comedy search "Take the Mike". He has been Runner-up in the Laughing Horse Big Big Big New Act Competition and a finalist in the King Gong Show Comedy Store.
The star of MTV’s Comedy Funhouse, and winner of the prestigious Black Tie Comedy Best Newcomer Award, takes his debut hour to the fringe with tales of his unique journey from one of London’s most notorious council estates to the stages of Africa, via the O2 arena.
‘A refreshing and important comedy voice’ – Stephen Armstrong, Sunday Times
A loud and engaging comic newcomer, Annete is making fast progress on the UK comedy circuit.
Currently talking - loudly - about everything from hoodies and mobile phone habits to Beyonce's mental state, she has made rapid progress, creating a buzz that led to a nomination as Best Newcomer at the BECA Awards and Midlands Stand Up Runner up.
"With this sort of retro observational comedy, she's just like Peter Kay would be - well, if he were female, black and from Leicester" CHORTLE