Produced By: GMG Promotions

Jokes & Laffs – Comedy Night

Genre:
Comedy
Opens:
29 Oct 2022
Until:
03 Sep 2022
Times:
29 Oct, 19:30
03 Sep, 19:30

An evening filled with laughter and more. Showcasing the very best of established and new comedy talents – both homegrown and international, while also making sure to cater for all comedy lovers of all ages and backgrounds. 

 
Doors open at 6.30pm
Show starts at 7.30pm
Show ends at 10.30pm
Followed by an after party till midnight.

FOOD SOLD ON THE NIGHT by Dudubar West African/Nigerian Restaurant

Acts on the night:
President Obonjo – The Original African Dictator: 
Self proclaimed exiled President performing Comedy in the UK-Malcom Hardee Award Winner 2019. President Obonjo, is an increasingly successful stand-up comedian and who has been performing Comedy for the past 10 years, As the larger-than-life, uber-confident, self-appointed, side-splitting dictator of ‘Lafta Republic’, President Obonjo has quietly been leading a comedy revolution to become the first President to take over the comedy industry by storm.
Lovdev Barpaga
Lovdev Barpaga has the kind of effortless and gentle likeability that is completely unique in the comedy world. The ultimate feel good comic.Lovdev Barpaga is becoming one of the hottest circuit comedians in the UK 21st Century,
“Asian Ken Goodwin – Steve Bennett Hurricane of one-liners old school comedy” – Three Weeks
“One of the most daft comics you will ever see” – joe lycett
Rudi Lickwood 
With a perceptive, playful and charismatic persona Rudi Lickwood is the darling of many audiences (voted Best Performer by Jongleurs’ audiences up and down the country 2013.) He has been awarded a place in the ‘Black 100’ awards for Black British Achievers, yet this does not define him. Rudi is an insightful, inclusive comedian who includes every member of his audience; inviting uproarious laughter wherever he goes. “Wembley should just about contain him.” – The Stage 
“Irresistible… he is going to be massive.” – The Guardian 
“Observant, engaging, interactive comic whose routines roll out like warm custard over spotted dick.” – The Independent
Muriel Oduro aka Miss Mo’Real
South Londoner Miss Mo’Real is refreshingly bold and pulls no punches, and is guaranteed to bring the house down. She has performed extensively around the UK including at Dingwalls and at the Hackney Empire and won the prestigious 291 Club talent show in July 2019. She has performed at the Wahala Comedy Festival, and was nominated for The Social Media Personality of the Year Award. Though she always wears wigs and fake nails, her material is based on her real life experiences – growing up adopted and turning pain into power. She attended the Sylvia Young Performing Arts School, gaining a merit distinction in her diploma in performing arts. She ran her own Comedy Club in Brixton for 2 years and has presented a show on Urban Jazz Radio.