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Saturday 21st October at The Funny Side of in Kentish Town
The Oxford, 256 Kentish Town Rd, London NW5 2AA
Doors: 19:00 | Start: 20:00 | End: 22:00
Tickets £10.00 (£7.00 NUS)
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With his infectious energy and huge stage presence it is easy to see why Junior Simpson is a circuit favourite. Junior has a boundless joy and exuberance that has audiences hooked with hilarity. A true observational comic Simpson finds his humour in the everyday and humdrum with anecdotes of his world travels as a comedian adding a personal originality to his set.
Robert is a superb and consistently funny and inventive comedian. From his first flushes of comic promise in new-act competitions he has moved on to build greater success and now, as a sought after performer, has an award winning original comic gift that has been seen in many clubs across the country. His material derives from his abstract perspective with wordy and sometimes cruel humour, spontaneous musicality, obscure performance pieces and semi-improvised abstract off-shoots.
Naomi was the first female finalist of C Venue's 'Improvaganza' at the Edinburgh Festival in 2009. She is now a regular on the London stand-up circuit and presented her debut solo show 'That's Probably Enough' at the Leicester Square Theatre in July 2014 with further shows there in 2016 and 2017.
Francis Foster is a comedian who talks about failure, his own mostly - he is a man struggling to cope with life and the existence he finds himself in. Being half English and half Latino, whilst hailing from South London, means that Francis spends his time perpetually confused. Somehow, in between all the mess and the flailing about, he finds time to gig at the best comedy clubs in the country and came third place in the prestigious New Act Of The Year Award 2015.
Compere: Jonny Freeman
Jonny has been compering at The Funny Side since November 2009. He is an experienced actor, improviser and comedian appearing on both stage and screen. Team leader Frank London in hit BBC kids' show "MI High", he also appears as a panellist on Channel 5's "The Wright Stuff"!