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The Funniest Comedy Night In London For Ever – FOR FREE!
May 3, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
Join these three rising stars as they present materials for their 2016 Edinburgh shows
Amy Howerska is a Comedian, Actress and Writer. She is also a Polish Irish Catholic Jew, born and raised in Wales. A diversity box ticking wet dream (she is also heavily persecuted).When Amy was growing up she used to watch all those count down list programmes on Channel 4 and 5, you know the ones, ’50 Greatest Celebrity Hand Jobs’ and she’d think ‘who are these dickheads?’Now she is one of those dickheads. Her TV credits include “The 50 Funniest Moments of 2013” (Channel 4), “The Greatest Christmas Films 2014” (Channel 5) and “The 40 Greatest Action Movies Of All Time” (Channel 5).
Carly Smallman sings funny songs and has performed everywhere from her living room to the Hammersmith Apollo
She has appeared as a panellist on VIRAL TAP (ITV) doing stand-up on THE ROB BRYDON SHOW (BBC2), was a regular cast member for hidden camera show SECRET INTERVIEW (Channel 5), moaned about irritating individuals on THE MOST ANNOYING PEOPLE 2011 (BBC3), and criticised people’s life choices on THE TOP 50 PLASTIC SURGERY SHOCKERS (E4). She has also written and performed sketches for BBC Comedy Online, and has been heard on WHAT’S SO FUNNY (BBC Radio 4 Extra) with Rufus Hound.
‘Guilty pleasure’ (Daily Record) Stephen Bailey returns with a preview of his 2016 Edinburgh Fringe show Stephen Bailey: Nation’s Sweetheart. Stephen’s brand of gossipy humour has made him one of the most sought-after comedians performing on the UK comedy circuit. He is ‘annoyingly sharp’ (The New Current) and audiences relate to his sassy style as he takes to the stage with ‘fantastic natural wit and charisma’ (Edinburgh Festivals).
Familiar to audiences of Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, Stephen will soon be seen on Channel 5’s new six-part series The Funny Thing About and ITV2’s Safeword. He has most recently been seen supporting Katherine Ryan on her UK tour. His approach is ‘warm and affectionate yet no less biting in its wit’ (The Gay UK), which made him the perfect choice to host Stonewall’s 25th Anniversary Party. He regularly contributes articles to Attitude magazine and in 2015 he was nominated for the Amused Moose Comedy Award (Best Show) at the Edinburgh Fringe.