Stagefright Comedy Club Sept

Stagefright Comedy Club Sept

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Alfie Moore

‘Brilliantly funny, genuinely hilarious’ - David Mitchell ‘Gloriously, life-enhancingly funny’ - The Scotsman

As seen on ITV’s ‘Show Me The Funny’ and Channel 5's 'The Wright Stuff'. Voted 3rd best joke of the entire 2013 Edinburgh Festival and star of his own BBC Radio 4 series ‘It’s a Fair Cop', Alfie tasers his way through hilarious and fascinating anecdotes drawn from his eighteen years on the beat. His recent Edinburgh Festival show ‘Viva Alf Vegas’ was critically acclaimed and sold out every show.

Described by Rhod Gilbert as 'fascinating and funny' Alfie is an original and distinctive comedian with his niche area as a serving police sergeant.

Patrick Draper

‘Consistently funny, his dark take on the world is delivered with a deceptive lightness’ -

Patrick has cemented his place on the UK comedy circuit with a mixed bag of deadpan jokes, visual gags and songs. ‘His unenthusiastic style has a nice, unhurried rhythm’ - Steve Bennett (Chortle) After making it to the finals of the English Comedian Of The Year awards in 2015, Patrick then took his début show, ‘Absolutely Vacuous’ to the Edinburgh Fringe festival. Where his laissez-faire hour of comedy received a ‘Highly Recommended Show’ accolade from Fringe Review amongst other glowing critiques. ‘A gem of a show’ – Fringe Review.

Jo D’Arcy

‘D’Arcy certainly had funny bones and a clownish sensibility, a little like a female Rik Mayall at times. She could well go places’ - Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard Sarah Johnson

‘She’s an energetic performer who works to amplify that enthusiasm’ - Chortle

Best Midlands Comedy Breakthrough Act – What’s on Readers’ Award 2017 – Winner. Best New Show – Leicester Comedy Festival 2017 – Nominee.

Compere - Anthony J. Brown

Jongleurs/Metro 'Stand & Deliver' Award winner and former BBC New Comedy Award Runner-up he is a regular contributor to Radio 2's ‘The Arthur Smith Lectures’. As seen on ‘Phoenix Nights’ and ‘The Stand Up Show’