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Our monthly comedy show featuring 4 top comics:
Comedian and musician Oakley mixes a deft blend of stupidity and truly impressive musicianship with good natured banter. Seen on Channel 4, a regular on BBCR4 and a huge favourite at clubs and festivals throughout the UK, Oakley takes his audiences on an exuberant and very funny rock 'n' roll journey. It might be childish, it might be rude, but it will most definitely be funny.
Stand-up comedian, metalhead, amateur occultist and musician - O'Neil has pretty much been a show off since birth. He also happens to be a cross-dresser but as the great Eddie Izzard has already forged that path its hardly worth mentioning - especially once Andrew gets onstage and lets his material do the talking. TV appearances include
Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and Saxondale with Steve Coogan, and is a regular at festivals including Download, Sonisphere, Bloodstock, Leeds and Reading.
"A natural optimism and love of silliness ... a winning blend of polemic and off-beat whimsy." (The Guardian)
"One of the most entertaining, interesting and multilayered acts we've seen. Don't miss a trick - go and see him now" (Bizarre)
Somalian born Prince is a British Stand-Up who has supported Reginald D Hunter, Stephen K Amos and Dave Chappelle on their national tours. He has also performed alongside fellow comedians Chris Rock and Louis CK. His TV credits include Comedy Central's The World Stands Up, BBC Three's Laughter Shock and ITV's FHM Stand Up Hero.
"Refreshingly funny" (The Stage)
"Pacy, upbeat and infectious" (Chortle)
Fin Taylor (mc)
Taylor is a stand-up comedian who, at the age of just 23, has gigged internationally, warmed up for TV shows such as Never Mind the Buzzcocks and BBC1'sPointless, and supported Glenn Wool on tour, as well as regular appearances at the Edinburgh Festival.
"Highly rated up-and-comer" (The Guardian)
"Original, Distinctive and Fresh" (Chortle)