PLUS A GREAT SUPPORTING LINEUP
ANDY STOREY • ANDREW WHITE (MC) • GBEMI OLADIPO
HARESTONE VALLEY ROAD, CATERHAM, SURREY, CR3 6HY
FRIDAY 1st JULY
COMEDY STARTS 8.00pm
HAL WILL BE DOING
A SPECIAL EXTENDED SET
Hal is one of the country’s best loved stand ups with appearances on Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You, The Royal Variety Performance Would I Lie To You, The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice and The Apprentice: You’re Fired.
Hal currently presents a comedy rugby podcast with Dan Skinner called ‘Rugby Jubbly’, as well as hosting a new streaming show for Saracens Rugby Club every Friday and Saturday called ‘The Huddle’.
"Hugely talented" - The Times
FRIDAY 2nd SEPTEMBER
COMEDY STARTS 8.00pm
Dave Fulton has it all; irony, a sardonic turn of phrase, an amazingly relaxed stage presence and the intelligence to casually riff with the British audiences that have adopted this shaggy American joker.
The Seattle-based comedian has played clubs from San Francisco to New York, and notched up many TV credits ranging from Half Hour Comedy Hour (MTV), ShowTime and An Evening At The Improv (A&E) to a cutting-edge US programme called Comedy Explorers where he was filmed floating down the Grand Canyon. He’s also been seen entertaining crowds as far away as Hong Kong and Cape Town, South Africa.
Dave is opinionated, isn’t afraid to pull punches in his observations, yet has a deceptively laid back stage manner that disguises a raw aggression. A varied melting pot of issues that sometimes even he doesn’t want to explore. This is un-missable comedy from one of the most dynamic and innovative comedians breaking on the comedy circuit at the moment. His mother would never have thought it possible from someone who holds a Masters in Music Composition.
Recent television appearances vary from BBC 2’s The ‘Stand Up Show’ to Channel 5’s ‘The Comedy Store’ on which he took the roof off the prestigious club with his highly inventive perspective on life. You’ll have also spotted Dave on BBC2’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Steve Coogan’s Saxondale.
"Has a deceptively laid back stage manner that disguises a raw aggression"
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