Thursday 07 April

CLAPHAM COMEDY CLUB @ THE GREY GOOSE CLAPHAM COMMON

Hello Comedy Lovers!

Spring is sprung , the Grass is ris- I wonder where the great value comedy is?..Its on At The Grey Goose Clapham Common this Thursday – as usual we have a fun packed bill and great value eve of TOP comedy & FREE Lollipops!! Big Thanks Sion xyz

We have the The Amazing KIWI CARD NINJA!!! that is JAVIER JARQUIN warming up for BIG GIG at Shaftesbury Lyric West End Theatre nonetheless!!!- mix of card tricks, comedy and silly songs!!

“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

Kiwi Card Ninja!

Kiwi Card throwing ninja who has spent the last 4 years working as a professional award winning comedian in New Zealand and Australia. Javier Jarquin moved to the UK in 2010 where he has established himself as a circuit regular and headline act around the country and in mainland Europe.

He has performed on the same bill with the likes of Jimmy Carr, Stewart Lee, Jo Brand and Paul Daniels.

‘High calibre throughout’ (The Morning Star)

‘Brilliantly entertaining performance’ (The Edinburgh Reporter)

’Kept the audience laughing throughout@ (The Edinburgh Spotlight)

‘Seriously talented when it comes to wowing a crowd’ (The Stage).

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

“You were brilliant. And I normally hate other comedians” Ian Cognito

‘Mother of 8 (or is that 9?), jail bird & Blue WKD devotee, Julie ’Psycho’ Jones is the kind of woman you don’t want to meet in a nightclub toilet.’