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Thursday April 13th
venue open 19.30        show 20.00          book tickets


Michael Fabbri

Michael Fabbri commenced his comedic journey in 2003, and started a trailblazing chain reaction of a remarkable career both in the UK circuit and worldwide.

His affable and electric style of comedy cover a broad range of material from the cerebral to the smutty.

Regular tour support for Micky Flanagan & Lucy Porter, and Edinburgh Festival stalwart Michael is comfortable on any stage in a vast array of live scenarios.

TV & radio credits include Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny, amongst numerous other writing engagements.


"an absolutely superb circuit headliner" London is Funny's 10 comics to look out for 

Sharp storyteller Naomi Cooper has performed across Europe, and in 2017 supported Curb Your Enthusiasm’s Jeff Garlin for the entirety of his extended sold-out run at the Soho Theatre, after he hailed her as “a comedy badass.”

In 2018 Naomi opened for Jeff again at the Improv in Hollywood and the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, and in June 2022 supported him on his No Device Connected European tour.

Naomi has appeared at several prestigious international festivals including the Edinburgh Festival, the Utrecht International Comedy Festival, the Leicester Comedy Festival, Ireland’s Electric Picnic, Lost Village and many others. 

“A delightfully joyful demeanour that fills the stage with mischievous glee.” Chortle

“A comedy badass. Naomi Cooper is funny: know that.”

Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm)

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Naomi Cooper


Doug Carter

Doug Carter

Russell Arathoon made his comedy debut at the notorious King Gong at the Manchester Comedy Store. He went on to win it and then followed it up later that year with a semi final appearance in the Manchester Comedian Of The Year Competition.
Now residing in London, Russell is regularly popping up at all of the prestigious clubs, as well as sharing the stage with acts such as Joe Lycett, Sean Walsh and even the chatty man himself Alan Carr.
In 2018 Russell made his Edinburgh Fringe debut with his critically acclaimed show ‘The Curious Incidents Of The Gay In The Night Time’. Since then Russell has gone on to perform at festivals all over the country including Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester & Brighton. He even appeared on the Glee Cardiff Pride Stage alongside Robert White in 2019.

"Instantly connects with the audience, a guilty pleasure"  Chortle

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hosted by   Russell Arathoon

please note
The advertised line up is subject to alteration, and should any performer have to withdraw from the show at short notice a suitable alternative act will be substituted. A
ny such changes will be publicised at the earliest opportunity.

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