Thursday 01 November

Clapham Comedy Club : Ben Norris, Tania Edwards, Darren Maskell, Jay Quinn with Resident Hosts Leanne Stott & Sion James plus Free Lollipops!!

Thursday 1st November 2012 Clapham Comedy Club : Ben Norris, Tania Edwards, Darren Maskell, Jay Quinn with Resident Hosts Leanne Stott & Sion James plus Free Lollipops!!

Clapham Comedy brings you the best value world class, award winning comedy with big name TV stars, circuit favourites & special guests in a friendly cosy atmosphere, plus happy hour drinks prices & free lollipops!

The Bread and Roses,68 Clapham Manor St, Clapham Common SW4 6DZ Tel 0207 498 1779

£9 Entry (£7 concessions, AND and for Advanced bookings or copy of Time Out)

Doors 7.30pm Show 8.30pm Food available until 10.00pm FREE LOLLIPOPS!

Nearest tube: Clapham Common/Clapham North

http://www.claphamcomedyclub.co.uk/

Advanced Tickets Available Online / From the Bar OR £9 Cash on the Door. Discount for Group Booking of 6 or more- Free ticket for the group organiser

Book Now to Avoid Disappointment HAPPY HOUR DRINKS PRICES (Monday to Friday 4.30pm to 7.30pm )

Ben Norris

Star of Mock the Week & Never Mind The Buzzcocks
KILLER GAGS” The Scotsman “Strolls through his material with the laid back charm of a Jazz saxophonist” The Stage “Superb…a complete natural” Cape Times
“…one of the comedy circuits best improvisers” Daily Mirror “…a splendidly funny live stand-up” Malcolm Hay, Timeout

Tania Edwards
“born to perform” The List “urban sharpster” The Stage
“akin to a female Simon Evans… a bit posh and something of a sociopath… fantastically seamy side to the material… sublime” Chortle

Darren Maskell

Winner of the Comedy Cafe New act Competition & North Essex New act of the year 2009

‘That was very funny’- Iain Lee ‘You have a very cool jacket’- Simon Amstell ‘Look, its Elton john!’- Frank Skinner
‘The only way Darren Maskell could lose his virginity, would be if he said he was a lesbian’- Roger Monkhouse
Jason Quinn Radio DJ & Budding new stand up

Leanne Stott Returns from her Bollywood adventure having played the Mumbai Comedy Store “hugely talented” – Time Out London

Sion James " reminds us what stand-up should be as he riffs expertly " 3 weeks EdFringe
The Bread & Roses is CLAPHAM’S BEST KEPT SECRET*

Acts shown are correct at time of going to press. Mgmt reserve the right to change the line-up without notice.

Star of Mock the Week & Never Mind The Buzzcocks

KILLER GAGS” The Scotsman “Strolls through his material with the laid back charm of a Jazz saxophonist” The Stage

“Superb…a complete natural” Cape Times

“…one of the comedy circuits best improvisers” Daily Mirror

“…a splendidly funny live stand-up” Malcolm Hay, Timeout

“born to perform” The List “urban sharpster” The Stage
“akin to a female Simon Evans… a bit posh and something of a sociopath… fantastically seamy side to the material… sublime” Chortle

“hugely talented” – Time Out 2009

Winner of the Comedy Cafe New act Competition & North Essex New act of the year 2009

‘That was very funny’- Iain Lee ‘You have a very cool jacket’- Simon Amstell ‘Look, its Elton john!’- Frank Skinner
‘The only way Darren Maskell could lose his virginity, would be if he said he was a lesbian’- Roger Monkhouse

Radio DJ & Budding new stand up

“Utterly charming "… "
Lovable giant’ Time Out

“Sion James bases his set around interaction with the audience and reminds us what stand-up should be as he riffs expertly "
3 weeks EdFringe

THE AUDIENCE

STARS OF THE SHOW * 10 STARS *