Thursday 19 July

Clapham Comedy Club @ Bread & Roses : Harriet Braine, Henry Paker : Double Edinburgh Fringe Festival Preview MC Sion James & Free Lollipops 25% Donated to Ace of Clubs Homeless Charity

A work-in-progress musical comedy show set in a library at the end of the world. Well, sort of. Trump has decided that literally breaking the internet is the only way he can stop people being mean to him. Braine, as government-appointed Apocalibrarian, must now accept enquiries from frightened and confused members of the community (ie idiots). Winner Funny Women Award 2016. Praise for Harriet’s 2017 debut: ‘Immense talent’ **** (Entertainment-Focus.com). ‘A gifted musical chameleon’ (BeyondTheJoke.co.uk). Winner Buxton Fringe Comedy Award.

The Leicester Mercury winning comedian is building a brand new hour of stand up.

Henry has does stand up on TV on Russell Howard’s Good News, Comedy Central at the Comedy Store and Edinburgh and Beyond. He also stars in, and co-writes, the sketch series Small Scenes on Radio 4, which is currently on it’s fourth series. He is also a prolific writer for TV shows including the sitcom Josh, Top Gear and Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
‘Scales impressive comedy peaks throughout this entertainingly twisty solo hour’ ★★★★ – The Guardian
‘There’s not a spare syllable or hesitation in the whole hour, he is as precise as music and the audience were delighted to follow his tune’ ★★★★ – Chortle

Advance Tickets: £8.00
Doors 7:30pm, Show starts 8:30pm
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Thursday 26 July

Clapham Comedy Club @ Bread & Roses : Imran Yusuf, David Mills : Double Edinburgh Fringe Festival Preview MC Sion James & Free Lollipops 25% Donated to Stroke Association Charity

STAR of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow , Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee

“Imran Yusuf’s show heralds the birth of a new comedy star” Time Out ‘Sharp, passionate and uplifting’ ★ ★ ★ ★ Telegraph

Everyone is offended, everyone is a victim, no one is happy. A show for bleeding heart liberals and angry disenfranchised victims. A show for good guys, bad guys and those who know better. Woe is me, the pariah. I am not to blame, that is the fault of others whom serve me to overlook my own faults.

25% Donated to The Stroke Association Charity

https://www.stroke.org.uk

Smart, sharp, laugh-out-loud comedy for adults sick of being scolded by celebrities and policed by children. Brexit, Trump, Meghan Markle, Hollywood dementia – Mills breaks it all down and gets you through the coming apocalypse feeling dynamite! ‘A comedic anglerfish, he lures his audience in with deceptive warmth before pouncing with incisive wit’ **** (Fest). ‘A superior act. Politics to surrealism… an hour in his company is an indulgent delight’ **** (Chortle.co.uk).

Advance Tickets: £8.00
Doors 7:30pm, Show starts 8:30pm
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