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4 top comics at Norwich's longest running monthly Comedy Club. Featuring
Headline act Geoff Norcott is a hugely popular and very funny stand-up comic. As well as writing for Qi, Sarah Millican and Never Mind The Buzzcocks, he is also part of one of the Youtube smashes of the year, responsible for content and the voices for the now massive 'Rory Vs The Robot' advert, which went on to be the most popular video on Youtube for 2 days running. The clip was also shown on news items around the world..
“Guaranteed to bring the house down at any comedy gig.” (Manchester Evening News)
“An outstanding act ... an eclectic mix of smut, impressions and politics, all delivered with a confident smile and boundless energy…” (Funny.co.uk)
First impressions can be deceptive, and this pocket-sized comedienne with her sweet smile conceals a wonderfully cynical view of the world. Her laid-back delivery hides a wicked incisiveness that can catch you off guard - as indeed it's meant to.
“Deserves her own TV show” (Time Out)
“Her conversational delivery is a treat” (The Guardian)
“Any lip from the audience was out-witted by this rising star” (Belfast News)
Nominated for the 2012 Chortle ‘Best Club Comic’ award and tour support for both Mickey Flanagan and Lucy Porter, Fabbri is a treat of a comic. With a dark and honest approach to some of life’s more touchy subjects Fabbri manages to effortlessly slip between some harsh, controversial topics to light-hearted silliness to make for a refreshingly eclectic and brilliantly funny act.
"an absolutely superb circuit headliner” (London Is Funny's Ten Comics To Look Out For in 2011)
“Hilarious, Clever, sick and completely unrepeatable” (BBC Online)
mc - Kevin Precious
Former teacher (Head of Religious Studies, no less) and in demand as a host at comedy clubs around the UK, Kevin’s laid-back style makes him a great mc and his boundless wit keeps the laughter coming.
"Delightfully funny and thought provoking.” ( Arts in Leicestershire)
"If he were any more laid back he'd fall over - we fell over laughing.” (The Evening Standard)