What’s that? Another ArtBeat first? You betcha! This year we’re thrilled to bring you some rib-tickling local comedians at the Cultura Comedy Night.
Update: Comedy Night Line Up Confirmed!
Jason is heading to the Edinburgh Festival 2016 with Jason Neale’s Footprint. He got his first gig at DMU Square Mile 2013. Jason is now juggling day job and comedy. Runs “Proper Funny” at Criterion and recently won Best Show & Best Compare at Midland Comedy Awards. Check out his website at: jasonneale.co.uk
Kevin is a local resident and accounting lecturer who is taking the plunge into stand up. It’s his first time so give him a huge Clarendon Park welcome. Find out more about Kevin on Twitter.
Sarah has been on the comedy circuit for 16 years and has giggled all over the UK. In 2015 went solo at debut at Alan Seamanship Ship of Fools comedy club, she entered the 2016 Funny Women Awards and has done 12 nights at Edinburgh festival. Find out more at sarahljohnson.co.uk.
Rory describes his act as smörgåsbord of weird gags, risqué, political comment and it might be a bit rude…
Another Clarendon Park local who tried her hand at poetry stand up at ArtBeat’s Poetry, Tea and Toast yesterday evening.
The Leicester Mercury calls Matt Hollins “A genuine original” following his performance at the 2016 Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival. What’s more he bagged the 2004 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year. Check his Chortle profile here!
Adham participated in 2016 Dave Leicester Comedy Festival . He is attempting to enter Guinness book of records and describes himself as an “extreme commuter”.
Liz is a local resident, writer, poet, blogger, novelist and performer. Read more about Liz on her website.
Comedy Night Talent Wanted
The Cultura Comedy Night performances kick off at 8:30pm on Monday 20th June and we’ll be giggling until 10:30pm. The evening will be compéred by our very own Patrick Kitterick, winner of the 1999 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year.
This is an open mic event and we’re on the hunt for more Clarendon Park comedians to join the line-up.
If you think you’re the guy or gal to tickle some funny bones, drop us a line on the contact form and get your name on the list. Performers should rock up around 7:45pm and make themselves known to Deb Lawrence who will be organising time slots.
Good luck, and knock ’em dead! We all love a night of pun.