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Saturday 25th November at The Funny Side of in Leytonstone
The Plough & Harrow, 419 High Rd, Leytonstone, London E11 4JU
Doors: 19:00 | Start: 20:00 | End: 22:00
Tickets £10.00 (£7.00 NUS)
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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.
Jon is a stand up and musical comedian. He is a regular MC at a number of venues across the country, and has performed at the London Comedy Store, and both the Brighton and Bath Komedia. He makes videos such as the web series 'Cable Car TV' which can all found on his YouTube channel.
Originally from Norway, Ingrid has now made a name for herself on the UK comedy scene. Blending her innate oddness, a love of British culture and unique physical comedy, Ingrid reached the final of So You Think You're Funny and won Brighton Comedy Festival's Squawker Comedy Award in 2012. Blessed with a fiercely creative imagination, her set is a mixture of beautiful weirdness and some excellent dead pan jokes
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.
Compere: Martyn Hill
Martyn has been working in comedy for the last 10 years. A resident MC in numerous venues and regular stand-up around London as well. A trained actor, stage manager and promoter, running his own clubs in the form of 'That Thing is Comedy' with which he runs shows in London and also takes them up to the Ed Fringe. Martyn is also co-producer of 'ImprofestUK', an annual improvisation festival where they cram as many shows as possible into one week and also raise money for Cancer Research UK in a special charity show. A charity very close to his heart.