- Cranbrook Rugby
- Folkestone 3 Hills Sports Park
- Hawkhurst - Great House
- Tunbridge Wells
- West Malling
November 22, 2019 at The George
- Doors open:
- Show starts:
- Pre book:
- £15.00 Ticket only / £22.50 Ticket and Food
- The George
Gordon Southern - Headliner
Gordon Southern is the international word clown. A stand up favourite across Europe and Australasia, he’s performed in over 30 countries. He is also one of most critically acclaimed comedians at the Edinburgh Fringe, having performed over a dozen solo shows there.
He is a regular at many top clubs including the famous London Comedy Store. A talented actor and award winning writer with critical acclaim for numerous projects that he has worked on, Southern has written for some of the most memorable comedy shows of the last decade.
‘Hilarious and thought-provoking…Gordon Southern has perfected the tough art of intelligent, provocative humour…definitely a must-see.’ Weekend Notes
Paul F Taylor - Support
Paul F Taylor is a one of a kind comedian. An instantly watchable performer with the craftsmanship more established acts could only dream of. He is known for his inventive offbeat observational humour and his playfully engaging delivery.
Nominated as GQ Magazine’s comedian of the week, Paul has a reputation of being a superb writer who gleefully combines leftfield one liners with astute observational comedy. Taylor is an original and hilarious act who always leaves audiences begging for more. Paul won the new Act of yhe year award in 2012.
“Gleeful and insistent silliness” Three Weeks
Dan Evans - Compere
For over a decade Dan’s twisted logic has been gladdening Stand-Up Comedy audiences across the UK and Ireland. He’s also performed his accessible but frequently childish surrealism in front of chubby perspiring ex-pats in Dubai and Oman, and had his grammar rectified by politer crowds in Germany and Holland.
“Skilful and surreal” – The Scotsman
“Original and Inventive” – The Times
“Very, very funny and great delivery. Had to concentrate to keep up with him. Well recommended” – Chortle