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Christmas Comedy Special with Vietnamese Pop-up Street Food Evening
SATURDAY DEC 16TH
FOOD MENU AVAILABLE FROM 4PM
COMEDY FROM 8PM TICKETS £10
GROUPS WELCOME – BOOK AHEAD FOR COMEDY TICKETS
Pop-up Street Food: Strong Punchy Vietnamese Menu ! Including:
-Claypot chicken -Gingery beef -Temple Tofu
all served with rice and a side of raw courgette in sweet clementine dressing.
Join MC Clayton Jones for Comedy Night with:
Mitch Benn is not only one of the most sought-after acts on the comedy circuit but is widely acknowledged as one of the best writer/performers of comic songs in the country. Mitch is a regular writer and performer on “The Now Show” for BBC Radio 4 and “It’s Been a Bad Week” for BBC Radio 2. Three series of his successful Radio 4 show, “Mitch Benn’s Crimes Against Music” have been broadcast so far. He also presents “The Mitch Benn Music Show” on BBC Radio 7.
“Although the UK has a fine tradition in producing top- notch musical comedians, we have recently been left in the dust by the arrival of acts like Tim Minchin and Tenacious D, two acts who have found international stardom holding a tune as well as splitting their audience’s sides. This is where Mitch Benn comes in. Not exactly a new name on the comedy circuit, Benn has spent the last few years quietly composing some of the best rib-ticklers you’ll ever hear.” Tom Goodwyn, Oxford Times
Black Country comic Sean Percival is an ex-welder from Dudley (“It’s a lovely place to come from but bloody horrible to go back to”) whose act is steeped in the traditions of the working mens clubs circuit, but bang up to date with its upfront attitude. Sean’s brand of comedy steers clear of the surreal and confronts realism in an explosively funny way. In demand as a script writer, Sean works regularly with likes of Johnny Vaughan for Capital Radio. He spent two years writing and performing on Capital fm’s drive time radio show in Birmingham and for Heart fm in Birmingham, and provided the voice for “Black Country Bob” on both those shows fronted by Talk Radio’s host and impressionist Ian Danter.
“Sean’s comedy is the comedy of honesty. His act is the working man’s revenge on the safe, middle-class, politically correct humour that has dominated comedy. Sean’s humour is not surreal, it’s not wacky, it’s just bloody funny. This is not smile humour, this is bust your gut rubber underpants stuff” (Joan Serone Bungalow, What’s On) “…the big gold star of the show must be the long-haired man from Dudley. He came. He spoke. He had us curled up begging for more…Sean Percival was the best heckler worrier I’ve seen for years…” (Evening Mail TV) “Absolutely brilliant – can we book him for our Christmas show please” Red Card Comedy, Norwich