Show Info

Saturday 15th September at The Funny Side of in Hammersmith
The Crabtree, Rainville Road, London W6 9HA
Doors: 19:00 | Start: 20:00 | End: 22:00
Tickets £10.00 (£7.00 NUS)
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Kiwi Cameron began performing stand-up in London in 2002. In New Zealand he won the 'New Faces' Competition and teamed up with two other comedians in a sell-out show that won 'Best Newcomer' at the NZ International Comedy Festival 2004. Cameron's spoof psychic medium character 'Michael Jerrarde' debuted at the 'Oddfellows International Comedy Festival' in 2006 to great reviews and a 'Billy T Award' Nomination. In early 2007 returned to the UK where he is now based.
Tamsyn is a comedian and actor. As a comedian she has supported Seann Walsh, Omid Djalili and Jessie Cave, she has also appeared with Russell Kane on 'Rage Room' (Channel 4), as well as 'Things You Shouldn't Say' on BBC3.
Actor and comedian Alistair Barrie has been performing professionally for nearly an entire century (this one). Much in demand as both a headline act and MC across the international circuit, he has played all over the UK and Ireland, as well as further afield in the States, Australia, Geneva, The Netherlands, Belgium, Prague, Dubai, Singapore, Bahrain, Indonesia and the middle of the North Sea.
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.