Mon 24th Feb 2020 at 7:15pm ends 10:15pm
The White Hart, 22 Great Suffolk Street, London, UK - Map
Big Comedy presents:
If you want a good laugh for only £3 then come to LOLipops Comedy Night Southwark at The White Hart.
A night of stand-up and sketch comedy with an eclectic mix of the finest acts of the UK comedy scene! A veritable comedy selection box containing newer acts and professional acts trying new material.
So come along and see the stars of tomorrow and the stars of today trialing the jokes of tomorrow!
Including the talents of:
Naturally funny stand-up comedian, writer & actor
Shameless, candid, charmingly aggressive and unladylike, she's the funniest half Sri Lankan lass from Coventry.
"Fun and original... everything a good comedian should be: self-assured, likeable and, crucially, funny" - Broadway Baby
“She's also got a terrifically funny way with one liners, as they subverted expectations and delivered punch lines which were squarely at your sides.” - TVNZ
"Laugh-a-minute" - Fringe Benefits, Adelaide Fringe
So You Think You’re Funny semi finalist
is from the West Country, but lives in London and performs over the UK offering a unique slant on small town mentality. Her hilarious observations of family life, and the characters she met in her previous office job, will seduce any audience with intelligence and wit.
Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2014 – Semi finalist ·
BBC New Comedy Award– Heat runner up 2017 ·
Regional finalist of Funny Women’s new act competition 2018
“Captivating presence” - The Stand
Star of Showtime at the Apollo and Stand up for Comic Relief
“Damn that dude is funny!” Steve Harvey, Showtime at the Apollo (U.S.).
“punctures an expectation and implies a whole bizarre reality in only 12 words” Brian Logan, Guardian.
“… no topic is taboo… a unique and witty perspective on thoughts that many have but rarely articulate” Adelaide Advertiser (Australia).
“His fast-paced performance is refreshingly brutal” Ed Fringe Review.
“Mars’ pithy observations are sharp and on point” broadwaybaby.co.uk
Born and Braised in the North of England and seen and heard on BBC Radio 2, BBC Scotland & Live on The One Show
“Slick relaxed delivery … Wry punchlines efficiently packed in keeping the audience laughing.” - Steve Bennett – Chortle. BBC Comedy Awards.
“Andy Storey looks like a beatnik genie in a bowling shirt…He tells a truly funny story.” - Ed Fest Mag 4 stars ****
Distinctive and very funny.” Glenn Moore (Mock the Week & Absolute Radio)
“Andy Storey is so dry he is arid…hugely enjoyable…better than a bottle of Pinot.” Sue Pollard*****
“Determinedly low-key…Storey boasts a style and charm…He tells a truly funny story.” Ed Fest Mag****
International right-wing comedian
NICHOLAS DE SANTO
In his stand up show, he uses his knowledge of world flags (every single one of them!), and foreign languages to prove Brexiteers can be fun, knowledgeable and cosmopolitan.
"Inimitable brand of knowing, right-wing humour. Smart material, an innately funny delivery, and a cheeky penchant for teasing the audience." - PhoenixFM
"With collected mastery and wry delivery, presents the case for conservatism in an age of leftist artistic domination. Timely, truthful, and quite funny." - Will Franken
“Hilariously conservative, like Abe Lincoln, and just as mind blowing.” - Scott Capurro
"An unapologetic right-winger" - Evening Standard
The manic hilarity of
“High quality humour that is perfectly pitched” – Suffolk Punch
Master of the dry wit
“He has a great way with people" – Karl Obermann, Naval Officer
“loved jokes about cats as I have a cat” – Mabel Malone, Comedy to help the elderly
“He’s a funny bastard, but not as funny as me” – Geoff Blenkinsop, Comedian
As seen in great clubs across the UK . . .
"He always goes down well" - Martin Besserman, Monkey Business.
As heard on the ECBT2000AD podcast
“A true hit. I loved his comedy style and his musings on life. Mixed in with the fun and laughter was some good, deep observations on life. Julius embodies the generational voice of so many” - North West End Rating: ****
“Julius has some of the best jokes I have ever heard” - Vince Maple, Leader of Medway Labour Group
All hosted by your hilarious MC for the evening . . .
All this for only £3!!
HOW TO GET HERE!
Southwark is our nearest tube station, served by the Jubilee line. From the station, exit south on Blackfriars Rd/A201 towards The Cut, turn left onto Union St/B300, then turn left onto Great Suffolk St and walk 400 yards - you’ll spot the pub on your left.
Blackfriars is our closest mainline station (five minutes’ walk away), while Waterloo and London Bridge stations are also within easy reach (10 minutes).