September 14, 2018 at E M Forster Studio - http://www.boxoffice.tonbridge-school.co.uk/home/
September 14, 2018 Tonbridge: E M Forster Studio - http://www.boxoffice.tonbridge-school.co.uk/home/
- Doors open:
- Show starts:
- E M Forster Studio - http://www.boxoffice.tonbridge-school.co.uk/home/
Paul Pirie - Headliner
Paul Pirie began his stand-up career after giving up acting to pursue the funny man that lies within, quickly establishing himself on the Scottish comedy circuit before lauching onto the UK comedy scene. It should be pointed out that when Paul started stand-up in 2004 he was living with his Gran, having given away the keys to his flat in a pub quiz. Since this time Paul’s career has encompassed TV, Film and Radio alongside his burgeoning skill as a stand-up with Paul emerging as one of the biggest Scottish acts on the UK comedy circuit.
“Fizzing with energy and spewing out one-liners like he had just scoffed a dodgy prawn, Pirie is a man we will be seeing more of” – Daily Record
“His delivery is superb” – Chortle
Kate Lucas - Support
Kate Lucas is a unique act who combines a warm, self-deprecating persona with a dark dry wit that that runs through her songs. She combines catchy, original melodies with sophisticated lyrics and a fresh delivery style to present her playfully bitter musings on life.
Kate has headlined for clubs like the Comedy Cafe and Jongleurs and performs regular middle spots at The Stand, Glee club, Banana cabaret, Bearcat, The Kings Head and Monkey Business. She has opened for acts such as Ed Byrne, Jo Brand, Omid Djalili and Harry Hill.
In 2014 Kate was crowned Leicester Mercury Comedian of the year.
“Stole the whole evening with her musical comedy…had some of the crowd at the back of the room crying with tears”Edinburgh Fringe Repor
Kevin McCarthy - Compere
His experience and ability to connect to any audience is almost legendary. When it comes to any aspect of the comedy business he delivers, and delivers to an exceptionally high level.
“Haven’t seen such a talent in a very long time, if ever. Laughed till it hurt” Chortle