Join stars from the TV, radio and the very best from the UK comedy circuit for a fantastic night full of fun and laughter in aid of local children’s charity, Momentum.
We have a fantastic line up of comedians to entertain you for this very special, one-off show. So come along, have a laugh, and help raise money for this wonderful local charity, which supports families across SW London and Surrey whose children have cancer or a life-limiting condition.
16+ (strong language and adult content)
Doors: 7.00pm Show: 7.30pm
Approximate Running Time: 2½ hours including one interval
Robin Ince is a multi-award winning comedian, writer and broadcaster. As well as spending decades as one the UK’s most respected stand-ups, Robin is perhaps best known for co-hosting The Infinite Monkey Cage radio show with Brian Cox. He is also the creator of the famous Nine Lessons and Carols For Godless People variety shows and their various spin offs. For his work on projects like Cosmic Shambles he was made and Honorary Doctor of Science by Royal Holloway, University of London.
Sara Pascoe has appeared in many television programmes and panel shows including Stand Up for the Week, The Thick of It, Mock The Week, Being Human, Twenty Twelve, Frankie Boyle's New World Order, as well as all-female sketch show Girl Friday (part of Channel 4’s Comedy Showcase) which she co-wrote.
Andy Hamilton is a comedian, game show panelist, television director, comedy screenwriter, radio dramatist and novelist who first came to notice while performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the 1970s. Some of his writing credits include: The Two Ronnies, Not The Nine O’Clock News, Smith & Jones, Drop the Dead Donkey, Outnumbered, and Election Spy. He has appeared regularly on both radio and television shows including: I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, Have I got News for You, QI and Would I Lie to You?
Alistair McGowan is an impressionist, stand-up comic, actor, singer, pianist, and writer of sketches, articles, stage and radio plays, but is probably best known for BBC1’s top-rating and BAFTA-awarding winning comedy programme: The Big Impression (alongside Ronni Ancona). Other popular shows include An Evening Shared With Jasper Carrott and Alistair McGowan, and a one-man show called Erik Satie’s Faction, which he wrote. He has also featured on: Live At The Apollo, Bake Off For Comic Relief, Mock The Week and Pointless Celebrities.
*Line up is subject to change without notice. More acts to be confirmed.