Karamel Comedy Club [25.01.12]
Join us again for laughs at Karamel. New talent, seasoned veterans, it doesn’t matter, these guys are just funny! 4 brilliant comedians for the bargain price of £3!
Tim Clare is a stand-up, poet, author and musician. In 2005 he presented the Channel 4 series ‘How to get a book deal’. His debut solo show, Death Drive, appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010, where Whats On Stage called it ‘the most compelling solo show on the Fringe this year’. He has appeared on BBC Radio 1, 2, 4 and 6 and has written for The Guardian, The Times, The Independent and Big Issue amongst others.
‘Absolutely mesmerizing… Brilliant.’ – Jon Ronson
‘Hilarious’ – Lauren Laverne
‘The bumbling charm of Jon Ronson and the splenetic bile of Charlie Brooker’ – The Bookseller
Lou Sanders is tipped as one of this year’s hottest prospects by Time Out and Dave TV. That’s all we know though, that and that she’s extremely funny.
‘Lou Sanders has funny bones. She has that little bit of sparkle that makes a good performer great.’ – ITV
‘Destined for hugeness.’ – Time Out
Cordouroy clad misanthrope Laurence Tuck is recieving more and more attention on the comedy circuit, if only for his inimitable sense of style. However, his hilarious, ridiculous, skillfully written gags and deadpan delivery certainly help his cause.
‘Inventively offbeat’ – Chortle
‘Stunningly original jokes – it’s years since I’ve seen a comedian with jokes this good’ – Adam Bloom
There is nothing like Darren Maskell, and seeing is no guarantee of believing. Laughing Horse new act of the year finalist 2011, and winner of multiple other new act competitions.
‘Original and funny.’ – Chortle
‘You have a very cool jacket. But it’s all a lie, isn’t it?’ – Simon Amstell
Only £3 entry! Show starts at 7.30pm