Four comedians and a compere to entertain you.
You can eat at your table during the show if you wish.
Show starts 8pm
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Check out this month's acts below (acts maybe subject to change):-
Closing act - ROB ROUSE (pictured)
Since winning Channel Four's prestigious 'So You Think You're Funny?' Competition at the Edinburgh Festival in 1998, an award previously won by Phil Kay, Dylan Moran, Lee Mack, Tommy Tiernan and Peter Kay, Rob has been a regular performer at major venues on both the London and National circuit.
Rob has returned to Edinburgh three times; in 1999 compering The Comedy Zone at the Pleasance and co-wrote and performed The Big and Daft Comedy Show, winning critical acclaim and returning in 2000 with Big and Daft in Space, and 2001 with The Big and Daft Christmas show, massive hits with punters and critics alike.
Opening act - YURIKO KOTANI
Yuriko Kotani is the Japanese comedian who was named as "One To Watch" by Time Out in 2015. She went on to become first runner up in So You Think You're Funny? and won BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2015. Yuriko's blend of tightly scripted off-beat punchlines and disarming persona has been delighting audiences in comedy clubs across the UK.
Middle acts -
Aaron Levene is a likeable Buddhist Jewish (Bujew) comedian with darkly funny tales of neurosis and family mixed with observational material. He’s performed in over 250 gigs including a variety of spots at the Edinburgh Festival 2014. He also ran a successful mixed variable bill called Relatively Normal at the Opium Bar at Edinburgh 2015. In 2016 he’ll be at Edinburgh Festival with a Si Deaves in “Leaves with a D, Bu with a Jew”.
Sweet as chocolate and twice as dark, Rachel's comedy treads the line between kitchen sink confessional and a bleakness unmatched by her peers. A finalist of several prestigious competitions including Funny Women, City Life Comedian of the Year, NATY'S, English Comedian of the Year and the Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award she can move from amiable and engaging comedy to serial killers in the same sentence.
CHRIS NORTON WALKER
Chris pokes fun at comedians and audiences alike; mocking assumptions and challenging notions. He uses himself, and his life experiences, as a mirror to ridicule stand up comedy and to deconstruct established comedy motifs. He regularly performs all across the country taking his brand of one-liners, hilarious anecdotes and a commanding stage persona with him.
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