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Saturday 25th November 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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Runner-up in Channel 4's 'So You Think You're Funny' award in 2001 and in BBC's 'New Comedy Award' in 2002, impressionist and beatboxer Stefano is now a regular on the UK comedy circuit. He has provided voices for Channel 4's animated series 'Bromwell High', BBC 2's 'Double Take' and on Radio 4's 'Dead Ringers', and made his Edinburgh debut with the one man show 'Britalian', about his half-English, half-Italian heritage in 2005.
Tall Scot Leo is part of the new wave of raw, bold, american-inspired comedians taking the UK by storm. As well as straight stand-up, he also performs at festivals and cabaret nights as the improvising Pun-Man (Leo is the 2015 UK Pun Champion).
Jack Barry is a relative newcomer to the comedy circuit performing both stand up and sketch comedy. As a student he wrote and performed as part of the critically acclaimed Leeds Tealights from 2009 to 2011, taking shows to the 2010 and 2011 Edinburgh Festivals. In 2010 they were named the best student sketch group at the fringe. As a stand up he recently supported James Acaster on the UK tour of his Edinburgh Award-nominated show 'Prompt'. He also performed at the BBC Comedy Tent at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival as part of BBC Comedy Presents.
Alistair Williams describes his comedy style as the ramblings of a moron. He must be doing something right though as he is highly regarded as one of the most exciting new acts on the UK comedy circuit. A genuine joke machine, Alistair is one of those rare commodities in the comedy world with his consistent ability to produce new material of the highest standard. However long you give him, you are sure to get a set packed with gags from start to finish.
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"!