Thursday 07 March

Clapham Comedy Club @ The Bread & Roses : John Gordillo, Tom Deacon, Chris Betts, Daryl Perry, Ellie Taylor, Jim Campbell MC Sion James plus Free Lollipops!

Thursday 7th March 2013 Clapham Comedy Club @ The Bread & Roses : John Gordillo, Tom Deacon, Chris Betts, Daryl Perry, Ellie Taylor, Jim Campbell MC 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!

" wonderfully friendly club" TIME OUT

www.claphamcomedyclub.co.uk

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.

Perrier Award-nominated Director & Comedian who has directed shows by Eddie Izzard & Reginald D Hunter

“Brilliant. Heartfelt and hilarious… he’s dynamite” – The Times “One of our finest stand ups” – Evening Standard "An inspiring comic thinker” – The Guardian

Star of BBC’s Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and The John Bishop Show, Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats, & BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show
‘Radiates charisma… blessed with great flair’ (Guardian)..

Radio 1’s Tom Deacon, whose stand-up has featured on The Rob Brydon Show and Dave’s One Night Stand, returns to Clapham Comedy.

“Charm and great material…expect other comics to lynch him” Sunday Times

Tom Deacon, the charismatic star of Radio One Sunday nights & BBC Switch’s 5:19 show is fast becoming one of the hottest tickets in UK stand up.

After winning the 2007 Chortle Student Comedian of the year and appearing in the Amused Moose New Act Final his comedy career took off, leading him to feature as part of The Comedy Zone, Edinburgh and Beyond and Comedy Centrals Last Comic Standing.

Voted #4 best comedian in Montreal 2012 in the Mirror ( Canada) “I love this guy!”-Mike Patterson, the self proclaimed most electrifying entertainer of his generation.

Daryl Perry is clever yet naïve; lethargic but exuberant; dirty-minded yet child-like; laconic despite sometimes being unable to put his thoughts into a coherent, short, amusing sentence. Most importantly, he dislikes contradictions. Well, he does and he doesn’t.

Daryl Perry has a Welsh lilt so soft you could use it to buff the Higgs-Boson Particle and a sense of humour drier than a scorpion’s gnash’ The Haddock

Exquisitely written, punchline-driven material…delivered with an alluringly relaxed stance, this was quirky yet accessible stuff from a future star.” – Chortle.

“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 *