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Thursday 5th October at The Funny Side of in Tower Bridge
The Dickens Inn, Marble Quay, St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1UH
Doors: 18:30 | Start: 19:30 | End: 21:30
Tickets £12.00 (£7.00 NUS)
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Known for his sharp humour, Jeff Innocent is a stand-up comedian, writer and actor widely regarded as one of the finest acts on the British comedy scene. He has a distinctly confident and larger than life on-stage persona which gives way to a surprisingly intellectual set. This unique contrast is the product of a colourful life growing up in London's East End coupled with an academic background.
A Scottish actress and comedian, Wendy launched her comedy career in 2004, getting to the final of Funny Women and semi-finals of 'So You Think You're Funny' at the Edinburgh Fringe the following year. Since then her comedy career has taken off. 2008 saw Wendy in America on NBC's 'Last Comic Standing' and was also the year she did her first one-woman show at The Edinburgh Festival 'Things I Didn't Know' where her charisma and wit ensured packed houses.
Paul Pirie began his stand-up career after giving up acting to pursue the funny man that lies within, quickly establishing himself on the Scottish comedy circuit as long ago as 2004. It should be pointed out that at the time he was living with his Gran, having given away the keys to his flat in a pub quiz. Since this time Paul's career has encompassed TV, Film and Radio alongside his burgeoning skill as a stand-up with Paul emerging as one of the biggest Scottish acts on the UK comedy circuit.
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.
Tim started doing stand-up comedy in 2015 after being told on a management course he should use humour to get on in his career as a lawyer. He's been a finalist in the Cavendish Arms Summer Competition and won the Comedy Cafe New Act Night. And he tells a lot more jokes in the office now.
Compere: Gareth Kane
Actor, writer, singer, improviser and boxer. At 6'4" Gareth Kane is a man big on physique and big on talent.