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Happy New Year!
Here's wishing all our cottagers old and new a fun filled 2020!
We at comedy cottage can help you out with the fun and the funnies.
We have some brilliant line-ups booked for 2020. Our usual smorgasbord of TV, International and circuit names alongside stars of the future, ones to look out for!
Kicking off January 31st
With our wonderful headliner seen and heard on TV and Radio...
Jen is a critically acclaimed stand up comedian, writer and actor. She is a regular performer on the UK and international comedy circuits. She has written for BBC Scotland, presented for BBC 6 Music, and has been a regular contributor to magazines and online sites including Diva, g3, Standard Issue and The Huffington Post. She's performed Live at the Apollo, Live at the Comedy Store and much more.
'A powerhouse performance' (Chortle)
'Gorgeously talented' (Time Out)
'Blisteringly funny... Brister is a truly natural and gifted performer' (The List)
'Brister ticks all the boxes – she's confident, energetic and knows how to deliver a line for maximum laughs' (The Scotsman)
'Outrageously funny' (Metro)
'This is as near perfect stand up as I have seen' (Scotsgay)
Charmian Hughes studied clowning under Philippe Gaulier and Theatre de Complicite but unable to uphold the mime vow of silence, ran away to play stand-up comedy clubs throughout the nation entertaining everyone from members of the House of Commons to ‘Lifers’ in prison (not to be confused).
She is also a Huffington Post blogger & Regular Glastonbury MC.
‘Like Josie Long’s mum’ (Chortle).
'Charming ribaldry’ (Guardian).
‘A potential to wow’ (EdFestMag)
A professional stand-up comedian in Romania Radu is now making waves in the English speaking world.
As seen and heard on BBC World Service, BBC Radio 4 and Comedy Central Extra.
'Simultaneously sweet and dark' (Chortle)
‘Intelligently subversive' The Scotsman
‘Still making me giggle’ Three Weeks
Hastings Fringe NATY Finalist (2019)
Funny Women Semi-Finalist (2018)
"Katherine Atkinson, a comedian so deadpan she makes Jack Dee look like Timmy Mallett." (Chortle)
Hyde Panaser has supported Nathan Caton. Featured on the BBC Asian Network as part of Meera Syal’s Comedy Night and debuted with his show #99 Problems But My Beard Ain’t One.
“Hugely likeable and assured young comic, one of the brightest new talents around” (Time out)
“Fucking brilliant” (Nina Wadia)
"Hyde Panesar, a striking-looking man with a Sikh turban and huge beard was the most popular of the night"(Northampton Chronicle)
"A style and delivery that leaves the audience gasping for air in between explosions of laughter and thunderous applause" (ChiswickW4.com)
Mc SAJEELA KERSHI
Winner AWA Awards for Arts & Culture
Winner Argos Angel Award for artistic excellence.
Finalist in ITV's Asian Media Awards
'Smart funny with a mischievous glint' (The Times)
'Magnetic, lovable and extremely witty' (The Spectator)
*in aid of FORGOTTEN WOMEN charity*
Forgotten Women – Rebuilding Lives