- Brabourne - YLF Charity
- Cranbrook Kent Kindness
- Hawkhurst - Great House
- Tunbridge Wells
March 16, 2018 at The George
- Doors open:
- Show starts:
- Pre book:
- £10.00 Ticket only / £15.00 Ticket and Food
- The George
Stefano Paolini - Headliner
Since receiving the runner-up accolade in Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny Award 2001 and in BBC’s New Comedy Award 2002, Stefano has had a constant stream of TV and radio work, which he juggles with Stand up gigging.
Stefano is a popular face on the UK comedy circuit with his speciality impressions of people, musical sounds and animals always being a hit with audiences. The wicked beat box section of the act is worth the entry fee on it’s own.
“A remarkable repertoire of voices and sounds”- The Stage
“ACE…….an obvious star”- The Scotsman
John Newton - Support
John began his comedy career in 2003. He fast became known for his inventive writing, covering a massive spectrum of subjects from the surreal to the hard hitting, yet still managing to remember that “the gag” comes first. In that respect, he’s an old-fashioned gag teller/writer and proud of it.
“John sucks you into his world with obscurely brilliant comedy” - The Comedy Vibe
Phil Chapman - Compere
Phil’s playful brand of comedy is unique and infectious. With a set that blends anecdotes and observations with a healthy dose of banter, his happy-go-lucky approach and mischievous on-stage persona, delights audiences far and wide.
In addition to being a highly sought after stand-up act, playing weekends for many of the nation’s leading comedy clubs, Phil is also a talented presenter. Whether working as a host for live events (from festivals to corporate functions), presenting his own weekly radio show, or fronting a series of of videos for the Racing Post, his style is charming and engaging in equal measure.
As a comedy writer, he’s provided content for BBC Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra and has both written and produced material for social media which has attracted over 6 million video views to date.
‘An instant hit’ The Liverpool Echo