Tuesday, February 1st, Star of Kings

Despite several no-shows last night, we had a really fun show. The utterly hilarious Chandkiran N kicked things off with a cracking set that educated us all in sub-continent continence etiquette and the effete nature of the Andrex square. Aidan Fox was next with some ponderances on the advantage of sight and the disadvantages of owning a trump shirt. We then had some parenting wisdom from Mark Peace: if you can’t beat your child, why have them? I think he nicked that from the Dalai Lama. Laura Mackenzie was after Mark with tales of being a mature student at bar

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