The Comedy Crate
The Charles Bradlaugh, Earl Street, Northampton, UK
20:00 on 14/02/2019
23:00 on 14/02/2019
Doors open at 7pm Show starts at 8pm
Performing since 2005 Carl’s conversational, silly sense of humour has seen him win various awards become a regular at all of the finest comedy clubs in the UK and festivals around the world. In 2009, Carl was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer and was nominated for the Fosters Comedy Award in 2013, Carl has since returned with six further solo shows. Carl has also appeared on Mock The Week, Dave’s One Night Stand, Stand Up for the Week and Russell Howard’s Good News.
‘Donnelly can provoke laughter out of anything’ – The Scotsman
Steen is an actor, writer and improviser. Famous Down Under for being a main cast member in Whose Line is it Anyway Australia and Hamish and Andy’s True Story, in the UK he starred in six part BBC comedy series Top Coppers with John Kearns. The pair, who received rave reviews, starred as detectives in the Justice City Police Department in the spoof comedy series. Steen has been nominated for The Barry Award and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer.
'Triple threat of performance, material and charisma. A flawless hour of comedy’ - The Herald
'Like witnessing a talent explosion that is really going somewhere’. The Times
Kelly is an “in-your-face and reassuringly confident” (Marissa Burgess – Chortle) comedian who is not one to mince her words when giving audiences an insight into what modern women really think. While her outspoken and forward-thinking musings may go against the grain, “there’s a winning authenticity to her material” (Steve Bennett – Chortle) that is refreshing and relatable.
This authenticity has led to a whole host of accolades and acknowledgements in her whirlwind rise through the comedy scene.
Self-described beta-male Ross Smith has already made his mark on the London comedy scene through featuring in several high profile competitions, becoming a regular face at some of the capital’s biggestcomedy clubs and hosting the renowned Comedy Virgins at the Cavendish Arms. Smith’s razor wit, matched with a warmth, sincerity and likeability make him a joy to behold. Having already shared the stage with luminaries such as Daniel Kitson, Nish Kumar, Tim Key, Katherine Ryan, it’s clear that Smith is on the brink of great things.
‘One of my favourite new acts’ - Joel Dommett
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