Thursday 04 August

THE GOOD THE BAD & THE CUDDLIER RIDE AGAIN (EDINBURGH PREVIEW) PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS

The Good, the Bad and the Cuddlier ‘Ride Again’ VI ( EDINBURGH PREVIEW ), JONNY WILLIAMS with Special Guests & Resident Hosts LEANNE STOTT & SION JAMES PLUS FREE LOLLIPOPS !!!

Doors 7.45pm Show 8.30pm

Pls get there much earlier if ordering food and please call The KINGS HEAD to book downstairs table for dining- top nosh!!

Pls aim to head Upstairs to the Blue Bar for reserved seats by 8pm.

£7 Entry (£5 concessions, AND and for Advanced bookings or copy of Time Out)

Bar til Midnight, Food available until 10.00pm,Air Conditioned Room & FREE LOLLIEPOPS!

Nearest tube: Clapham Common

Cuddly Sion James, “Utterly charming…lovable giant” Time-Out saddles up again after five sell-out years, with Jonny Williams ‘"incredible storyteller" Out-Of-Bounds Comedy, special guest stars! Free cuddles and badges!

A member of the audience will be chosen to be the Sheriff, and crowned with the Sheriff’s hat and badge and trusty water pistol, with a license to shoot any of the comics at any point during the show – just for a bit of fun and not for an excuse for the comic’s to get a wash. Yes, the title is cheesy, however the emphasis is on giving the audience a fun packed hour of laughter, gags, banter and plain good ole fashioned stand-up comedy!

SPECIAL GUESTS TBC

JONNY WILLIAMS

’’Jonny Williams quickly drags you into his world on a rollercoaster of emotion and laughter." – Out of Bounds Comedy
LEANNE STOTT “hugely talented” – Time Out London
SION JAMES "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
Acts shown are correct at time of going to press. Mgmt reserve the right to change the line-up without notice.

“hugely talented” – Time Out 2009

“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

My Son's Not Rainman

My Son’s Not Rainman – by John Williams. Directed by ITV British Comedy Award nominee Anna Crilly.

John is a comedian and single dad. His son is eleven years old and autistic… he isn’t a genius. His only special power is making his dad laugh. A lot. This is their true story.

“John Williams’s tales of fatherhood are touching, warm and heartfelt, and he’s also an incredibly funny man. He pours his heart out and the laughs pour in… By the end of the hour, you’re invested in their life together, and want to hear more. Well crafted, funny and full of heart. Go and see it.” ★ ★ ★ ★ – The Skinny

“A sincere, moving hour.” ★ ★ ★ ★ – Three Weeks

Some recent audience feedback:

“The best show I’ve seen in moons … Hilarious and heartwarming in equal measure”
“A fantastic show, autism awareness with a laugh! Funny, moving and will challenge perceptions. So lovely!”
“It was amazing, I was on the edge of crying and laughing all 55 minutes. I’ve never seen anything like that.”

For more information and to read the blog that accompanies this incredible show visit: www.mysonsnotrainman.com

WINNER OF THE NEW ACT OF THE YEAR AWARD 2013

“Beautifully crafted one liners… astute observational comedy” Comedian of the week GQ Magazine ""nicely off-beat lines" Chortle

“Dan Hoy’s non-stop pun-a-thon was sharp and funny” – www.suchsmallportions.com

Winner HMV comedy competition & Comedy Cafe/Beat The Frog New Act compo