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E M Forster Studio -

Where is E M Forster Studio -

High Street

01732 304241


Shows at E M Forster Studio -

April 20, 2018 Tonbridge: E M Forster Studio -

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E M Forster Studio -



Stuart Goldsmith - Headliner

Stuart’s infectious banter channels the effortless charisma and quick-fire timing honed over a youth misspent as a street performer. He is equally sought-after as an act and an MC, performing regularly for Avalon, Off The Kerb, The Glee Club, The Banana Cabaret, The Comedy Company, Up The Creek and Bound & Gagged.

‘Sparky goings-on and charm to spare, as Stuart Goldsmith marries pitch-perfect audience repartee with cleverly woven tales of the everyday’ – The Independent

“A supremely talented stand-up, with a wonderfully funny view of the world and an effortless charm” – Time Out


Roger Monkhouse - Support

Roger Monkhouse is one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy scene. A consummate stand-up who employs a deadly combination of charm and menace to exert a masterful control over any audience. A highly original and quirky performer, Roger’s trademark stage-prowling style and curious, inimitable manner have established him as one of the hottest names on the comedy circuit.

Distinguished as a comic by his eloquence and keen eye for a fine phrase, Roger’s easy observational style is spiked by the signal flares of an accomplished gag writer. A supremely confident compere and seasoned corporate host, Roger is happy to improvise freely with a crowd and is at great ease bantering with an audience, but has no shortage of first class observational material in his armoury.

“unfailingly entertaining and skilfully able to pull punchlines, seemingly, out of thin air” Chortle


Brian Damage and Crystal - Compere

Wherever they go their baggage goes with them, including several musical instruments (not always musical in their hands!) and many years of experience in the entertainment industry. Much of this baggage spills forth during their unconventional vaudeville style act, punctuated by occasional silly songs, the odd bit of Spanish dancing and loads of belly laughs.

“Wonderful silliness, some cute songs, some political incorrectness, some sick vomit and poo jokes and a lot of originality. It is all done with that intangible panache, subtlety and ability to laugh at one’s self that is quintessential to British humour.” Peter Bleby – Australian Stage