Sunday, May 15th, Star of Kings

We had another great Sunday at The Star of Kings this evening. Kicking things off we had Callum Mackenzie whose favourite British drinking game is Me vs My Organs. Next was Andy Kyte and everything from Gandhi to stylish millinery and mobile cheese. What’s not to love. It was then over to Candace Bryan who left the US because of its guns and racism for the Uk and its free health care and its slightly less racism. After Candace we had Tom Vousden, a recovering incel who loves some Earl Grey and a bit of quiet shade…so a bit of

Wednesday, May 11th, Arch One

What a great night we had at Arch1 last night, an amazing crowd who were so up for laughs made it an absolute joy for our acts to bring the funnies. First to the mic was Andy Kyte. Now I’m starting to become a bit of a fanboy when it comes to Andy. Usually when an act say they are going to do some poetry, a bit inside me dies and longs for it to be a quick death. This so isn’t the case with Andy. From Gary’s Cheese Van and violent granmas to Gandhi and the eternal shame of

Tuesday, Star of Kings, April 26th

Tuesday night at The Star of Kings turned out a really fun show full of new faces. First up was Danny Scott and the joys of being a teacher in the garden of England, which is just behind the Greggs of Kent. Next was James White who hasn’t, as of today, bought a plastic bag in five years; he just steals them now. After James we had another James this one James Danielewski and the suitable punishment for putting milk in your tea first: chain them to a radiator. Just ask Boy George! It was then the turn of Matthew

G&B’s New Act Competition

February’s New Act Competition sees the return of January’s winner, Ajay Rose, as guest headliner while this month’s acts compete for the trophy and the cash. And competing this month we have: Jack Davies Barbara Fernandez Laura Mackenzie Tino Giaccotto Andy Kyte Sam Coade Rohan Sharma Holly Kasselder Dane Buckley Tree Bradstreet Lee VG Mark Vincent Louis Brady Gary Manhine Tim Biglowe Jacob Bartlett Laura Beecham Show starts at 3.30pm.

Sunday, January 30th, Star of Kings

When we first started our Sunday afternoon shows I wasn’t sure how they’d be received. Would people really want to spend their Sunday afternoons in a dark, windowless comedy club? It seems the answer to that question was a resounding yes, as our Sunday afternoon shows have gone from strength to strength and are always packed with a great crowd. Yesterday was no exception. Kicking things off with a cracking set was Greg Houston who had us all wonder why barbers serve coffee and why he hates Djokovic so much. It was then over to Gary Manhine, a man desperately