The BIG Charity Comedy Night


  • Tue 18 Oct, 8pm
  • In aid of Momentum Children's Charity

Join stars from TV and the very best from the UK comedy circuit for a fantastic night of comedy, all in aid of the Kingston-based charity, Momentum. A bill of ten very different, but very funny performers are coming down to the Rose Theatre Kingston for this special and unique night of fun and laughter. So come along, have a big laugh, and in so doing, help raise money for this wonderful charity that supports families across South West London and Surrey whose children have cancer or a life-limiting condition

16+ (may contain strong language and adult content)

Line-up (so far):

MILTON JONES

As seen on Mock the Week (BBC2), Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), Live at the Apollo (BBC1). Winner of 2012 Sony Silver Award - Best Comedy for Another Case of Milton Jones

ANDY PARSONS

Mock the Week regular panelist S3-S11 (BBC2), Live at the Apollo (BBC1), They Think It's All Over (BBC1).

TIM VINE

Not Going Out (BBC), The Royal Variety Performance (BBC), The Sketch Show (ITV).

PAUL ZENON

Paul Zenon's Revenge Squad (ITV), Paul Zenon's Tricky Christmas (C4), Paul Zenon's Trick or Treat (C4) and White Magic with Paul Zenon (ITV1).

STEVE BEST

'Rip-roaringly funny. See him!' The Guardian

'An unholy cross between Steve Martin, in his early days, Lee Evans and Fozzie Bear' Sunday Times

JO NEARY

'A performer who is one of the most naturally funny stand-ups around.' Jeremy Austin, The Stage

'Thanks heavens for Joanna Neary whose skewed clowning is gloriously different.' Bruce Dessau, Metro

CHRISTIAN REILLY

"Funny sonofabitch" Rich Hall

'The funniest songs I've heard in a long time' The Scotsman

MARY BOURKE

'Intelligent comedy that's also furiously funny' Irish World

'Catch her act before she becomes a (complete and utter) cult' William Cook, The Guardian

TONY LAW

'One of the most delightfully zany and disconcerting comedians around' The Telegraph

'Delivers the kind of deliciously demented stream of consciousness you might get if you put Harry Hill and Sean Lock in a blender.' Evening Standard

'Tony Law, the sherpa of stand-up, leads an expedition to undiscovered alpin uplands of laughter.' Stewart Lee

TV creditsHave I Got News For You (BBC1), 8 Out Of 10 Cats (CH4), Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC1), and Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3)

DAN EVANS (Compere)

'Skillful and surreal' The Scotsman

'Original and inventive' The Times