Tuesday, December 7th, Star of Kings, Nightmare Before Christmas Show

Six years ago to the day was our first G&B’s Nightmare Before Christmas show, an evening dedicated to comedy’s darker side. It was from the success of this night we developed our Dark Delights shows (the next one is February 22nd), a space where acts could experiment with darker comedy in the knowledge an audience knew what was in store. Good dark comedy is possibly the most difficult to hone and perfect. Too often we see young comics come to the stage with tasteless gags that they think are funny and when they get a cold response from a room

Thursday, December 2nd, Royal George

It was a slightly quieter night than usual at Royal George Charing Cross Road last night, but the past couple of months have been packed to bursting, so a little more legroom was kinda nice. That said, they were a lovely crowd, so all in all a fun night. Our MC for the evening was the brilliant Steven Mayne who wasted no time getting the room energised and laughing before bringing on our first act of the night, the hilarious Pete Kinsella. Pete has never been to prison, a fact he likes to get out of the way early on,

Wednesday, September 8th, Arch One

So we were back at Arch1 last night and I was so looking forward to the evening, especially as we had two awesome headliners on the bill. First up, though, was the hilarious George Tothill. During lockdown, George decided he was going to get buff, but ambitions of ripped muscles fell away when he learned how to cook a particularly delicious mussels skordalia. Lilian Belli was next with tantric telepathy and the Totness family fun dynamic. It was then over to Rohan Sharma, who is no fan of nominative determinism…or baby food. Barbara Fernandez was after Rohan with some interesting

Tuesday, August 24th, Star of Kings

It was a packed and brilliant night at The Star of Kings last night and first to the stage was the hilarious Ryan Cross, whose preference for a role play outfit was more Gas Board than Ann Summers. Lee VG was next with the foolproof guide to never getting out the wrong side of the bed. It was then over to Shuang Teng and the problems of an overly smiley disposition…especially at funerals. Ahmed Ibrahim was next with how to prove you’re not a serial killer, which isn’t as easy as you might think. After Ibrahim, we had Jo Dexter