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The Comedy Club, Marlow

The Official Comedy Club returns to the Marlow Crowne Plaza. Come and join us on Friday 12 June


A misspent youth and a series of grim jobs, including one as an undertaker...

The Comedy Club show comes with 3 great comedians from the very circuit that launched stars such as Michael McIntyre, Jimmy Carr, Al Murray, Jason Manford and so many more, so you know you’re in for a top night out!

With FREE membership at thecomedyclub.co.uk there has never been a better time to receive club discounts, win free tickets and get all the comedy gossip free each month.

Tickets are £29 incl Chicken & Chips and £19 for Comedy Show Only.

Special Offer: ‘2 to Stay’ 2 Meal & Show Tickets, Overnight Accommodation & Breakfast for 2 £119

Time: Doors Open 7.00pm. Show Time 9.00 pm. Bar ‘til 12.30am


Host comedian - Mark Dolan, as seen on ‘Balls of Steel’ (C4)

Mark Dolan is a comedian, writer and TV presenter.

Most recently he fronted a brand new series lampooning the world of ads, in Channel 4’s Mad Bad Ad Show. This followed three series of the hugely popular Channel 4 documentary series, The World’s…and Me, which featured the world’s smallest, tallest and hairiest people, as well as the most surgically enhanced woman!

Mark is also the host of the iconic Channel 4 comedy show Balls of Steel, which still airs nightly on 4 Music.

His first big break came in 2000 when he starred in and co-wrote The Richard Taylor Interviews, the hidden camera job interview show for C4. In the same year, Mark reached the final of the C4 live stand-up competition So You Think You’re Funny.

He has also just shot a series of shorts for Channel 4, called Taxi Gags, which features the cream of UK comedy telling gags in the back of a London taxi.

Opening Comedian – Mike Gunn, star of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow 2010 (BBC1)

Mike Gunn is one of the most recognisable man's name and face in world comedy both through his deadpan character, but also the fact that he is one of the funniest men going. A misspent youth and a series of grim jobs, including one as an undertaker, cultivated his "dry as a bone" but rib-achingly funny outlook on life. Mike has worked with some of the biggest names like Jo Brand and Alan Davies, as well reaching cult status in almost every land known to man. Television appearances include Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (Series 2), Al Murray's sit-com Time Gentlemen Please and Harry Hill's TV Burp He has also been a regular contributor for The Guardian. He has written for The 11 O'clock Show and even Match of The Day.

Headline Comedian – Rudi Lickwood, Comic Relief 2013 (BBC), Show Me the Funny (ITV)

As the top black comedian on the UK comedy circuit, Rudi Lickwood is far more than just a stand-up. Rudi’s recent achievements including earning his status in the ‘Black 100+’ awards for the greatest Black British Achievers, picking up a BECA award for outstanding contribution to comedy, and taking up a high profile request for Rudi to host an exclusive Brit Awards after-show party. With a super confident playful personality oozing charisma, Rudi’s infectious charm has made him a desirable commodity and a huge act on the UK comedy circuit.

 

Top Image - Rudi Lickwood

Middle Image - Mark Dolan

Bottom Image - Mike Gunn

 

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