Good Ship Comedy: Ivo Graham at The Colonel Fawcett

About

IVO GRAHAM Apologetic Eton and Oxford alumnus Ivo started stand-up in 2009 at the age of eighteen and eight months later became the youngest ever winner of the So You Think You're Funny award. Since graduating he has become a regular fixture on the UK circuit, with a gauche charm and crafty, self-aware wit which has led to appearances on multiple TV and radio shows including Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and Fighting Talk. "Like Hugh Grant's less well-adjusted younger brother." Guardian PHIL JERROD Phil Jerrod began his stand-up career underneath an Angus Steakhouse in 2012. Since then he has failed his PhD, walked out of his job in publishing and been entertaining audiences up and down the country with his elegant rants on the often unfathomable problems of modern life. "Insightful, despairing wit." The Scotsman SARAH KEYWORTH Sarah is fast-becoming a regular on the London circuit and has recently supported Stewart Francis on tour. Her material is a mix of honest anecdotal storytelling about her Midlands upbringing, made surreal with the occasional addition of a silly observation. She delivers sharp lines with a cheeky smile and moments of sudden deadpan that leave the audience wanting more. "Excellently deadpan." Huffington Post CAROLINE MABEY Caroline is the perfect mix of total fruitloop and mean gag-writer - always beguiling and regularly side-splitting. She has worked as an animator on the warped BBC2 cult show 'Monkey Dust' and was part of the team behind the popular London comedy film night Popcorn Comedy. "Kooky, quirky and delicious." Time Out NOEL BRODIE Born in Luton, raised in Devon there's a lovely whiff of old-fashioned comedy charm about Noel Brodie. Your never more than 15 seconds from a punchline with Noel's warm, accessible and robust comedy. AND YOUR GUEST HOST: WILL DUGGAN Part of the team behind the anarchic Edinburgh Panel Prize winning hit 'Funz and Gamez', Will is the sardonic man behind the mask of Bonzo the dog. He is also possessed of one of the driest wits in the land, at ease firing back and forth with audience interaction or showing off his impressive smarts on a range of subjects. "Vibrant and risue, Duggan's comedy isn't really afraid of what you think of him - as long as you laugh that is." Edinburgh Festival Magazine "Absorbs you so completely you don't see the payoff coming." Chortle

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Adult Ticket From £7.00 per ticket

Venue Details & Map

The Colonel Fawcett

Address
1 Randolph Street
London
NW1 0SS
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7267 9829
Website
http://good-ship-comedy-club.designmynight.com/
Public transport:
Camden Road, National Railway

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