Wednesday, Arch One, May 8th

Well the last few weks at Arch1 have been simply brilliant nights that remind you why you do comedy and last night’s show was just that. We have a great line-up with some wonderful new acts and a cracking audience who were fabulously up for it. Opening the show we had the hilarious Amber Phillips and the Poundland Derren Brown that is the magic of the Essex father. It was then the turn of Anthony Jeannot who is struggling with the realisation that he’s young enough if he were to die it’d be tragic, but overweight enough that it wouldn’t

Wednesday, Arch One, June 1st

What a night at Arch1 Live Music Venue / Club / Bar yesterday! Acts and audience made this one a night to remember. Starting off in style was Michael Cumes, otherwise known as the man who had a pebble-dashed treehouse and is never more than 5 feet away from a tote bag. Mark Vincent then shared the joys of having a certain body part featured as an ornamental water feature, followed by Gemma Louisianna who declares herself to be a compulsive shopper: just like Elon Musk who, in Gemma’s words, should really be concentrating on the next Pokemon Go inspired

LGBT Night, Tuesday, August 31st, Star of Kings

Last night at Star of Kings was our first LGBT night in over 18 months and it was an absolute blast. First to the stage, and fitting snugly under its low ceiling, was James Murphy, our favourite jolly rainbow giant. James quickly informed everyone that he now has a boyfriend, so ‘that backdoor is now spoken for!’. It was then over to Ahad Haider, who is confident he picked the right side of the battle of the sexual dynamics and who is a dab hand at puppetry. The wonderful Renata Pereira was after Ahad with some 80’s nostalgia…which she seems