Thursday 06 March

Clapham Comedy Club Presents Andy Zaltzman, Alfie Brown, Richard Todd, Marc Burrows, Brenda Gilhooly with Resident Host 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!

Star of BBC’s “Russell Howards Good News” “Tonight With Rory Bremnar,” and BBC Radio 4’s “The Now Show”
Andy Zaltzman delivers his clued-up political comedy with surreal similes and often punchlines of pure silliness ,Co-presents The Bugle-A weekly satirical podcast for TimesOnline with John Oliver.
“A purveyor of subtle but excellent political satire” – Julian Hall, The Independent.
“The best political comedian in the business, Zaltzman lets loose a veritable torrent of jokes, facts, observations, very short stories, silly remarks and inspired asides… Zaltzman is breathtakingly good.”Time Out

“Probably one of the finest satirical comedians this country’s ever produced."Tim Arthur

“A Peter Kay for the 1990s Generation” – ThreeWeeks

“Brown’s is one of the boldest new voices I’ve encountered . . . mapping a route to a different class of humour.” ★★★★ The Guardian

“All the intellectual rigour of Vicky Pollard” ★ Scotsman

WINNER: Amused Moose Laugh Off Critics Choice 2012

Best known to millions in her guise as Gayle Tuesday, the “Page Three Stunna” who has appeared in many television shows including The Lily Savage Show (ITV), The Jack Dee Show (ITV), Tonight with Jonathan Ross (Channel 4), Top of the Pops (BBC One), and of course Gayle’s World, a comedy series on ITV in which Brenda wrote and performed many different roles. Gayle’s World won “Best Light Entertainment Show” at the Royal Television Awards in 1997. Brenda has worked extensively with Harry Hill, writing and performing with him on many of his shows, including triple BAFTA, Royal Television Society and British Comedy Award-winning Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV1), Extreme Soap (ITV1) and Harry Hill’s Fruit Fancies (BBC Radio 4 and C4).

“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 "
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