Thursday APRIL 9
Doors 7.30 Show 8pm
Andrew O'Neill is an award winning stand-up comedian, musician and writer. His distinctive voice and alternative credentials have set him apart and allowed him to carve out a unique place in the comedy world.
He has performed in over a dozen different countries, and is very much at home performing around the comedy circuit as much as to his own cult following.
TV credits include Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Saxondale, 50 Years of Rock Excess, The Blame Game, Spicks and Specks, and Good News Week. His Radio 4 stand-up show Pharmacist Baffler won an award.
O'Neill has written and toured a shit tonne of solo comedy shows, including Occult Comedian, Winston Churchill was Jack the Ripper, Mindspiders, Alternative, Andrew O'Neill is Easily Distracted, and the current Andrew O'Neill's Black Magick Fun Hour.
"Quite possibly the only cross dressing vegan occultist on the stand up circuit" The List,
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From winning Chortle Best Newcomer and Hackney Empire New Act awards, Pat Cahillhas gone on to become a perennially daft presence on the comedy comedy scene both in the UK and internationally. His own style of controlled silliness has led him to appearances on Dave's One Night Stand, Sky Arts, BBC3, BBC Radio 1, Radio 4 (the Now Show) and 4 Extra.
As well as two national tour support slots for Ardal O'Hanlon and Nina Conti, Pat has written and performed four critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe festival shows, and appeared internationally in Belgium, Switzerland, France, Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands and Peterborough.
"wonderfully weird" The Guardian
"true star quality" Evening Standard
Dominic Coleman is a recognisable face across film and TV, having been in almost every sitcom imaginable from Upstart Crow to Miranda and the reboot of Porridge.
After a decade away from performing live, Dominic returns to the stage bringing his acerbic style of half character -half monologue stand up back to the comedy circuit.
Brummie comedian and writer Karen Bayley was the first ever female winner of the prestigious Comedy Store King Gong award. The same year she reached the finals of the BBC New Comedy award and the Babycham Funny Women award.
A regular guest on BBC Radio 5 Live, Karen's TV appearances include the Last Word, Take the Mike, Sex on the Job and 100 Greatest Cartoons.
She recently completed and extensive UK and overseas tour supporting Joe Lycett. Karen has also written for Joe on Celebrity Juice and 8 Out of 10 Cats.
"she blew my socks off... brilliant, clever and she's gonna be huge" BBC Online