Cafe Mila Angel Court, High St, Godalming GU7 1DT
Godalming Gag House is a regular club on the last Friday of the month.
Line up includes: Masud Milas, Jon Long and Nick Revell
Tickets: £13.50 or £24 to include Thai Green Curry (Vegetarian option available).
There is no disabled access to venue.
No refunds or exchanges. Gag House Comedy has the right to change the lineup without notice.
A pirate… no really, an actual pirate in the 2015 remake of ‘Pan’ and looking as fly as a Blaxploitation cop, we don’t think Time Out will regret their decision to hand-pick Masud Milas as ‘One to watch’.
One of the most exciting acts to emerge on the UK comedy circuit. With his 70’s flair and kick ass jacket, Masud’s intelligent addictive humour has earned him a rapidly growing fan base. He’s supported Stephen K Amos on tour, hosted his own show on Soho Radio, performed at Latitude Festival and most recently stormed the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe festival with his debut solo show ‘Routes’. Currently writing for his hotly anticipated follow-up show to showcase at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Masud also has a number of other exciting writing and acting projects in development.
“Super Chilled out” – Time out
“Masud shone onstage and his dry twisted banter had the audience roaring with laughter” – Janey Godley
Jon long is a stand up and musical comedian. He is also regular MC at a number of venues across the country. He has performed at clubs such as the London Comedy Store, and both the Brighton and Bath Komedia.
In London (where he’s based) he regular performs weekends at Angel Comedy (The Bill Murray), Piccadilly Comedy Club, and Hampstead Comedy.
Jon is taking his debut show “Winded” up to Edinburgh in 2017
“Clever gags and witty songs… delivered with laser-guided timing” Bruce Dessau
Starting out as a writer for topical shows like Weekending and The News Huddlines on BBC Radio and Not the Nine O’Clock News on BBC TV in the late 70s, Nick Revell began performing as a stand-up at the Comedy Store in 1980.
TV and Radio includes Friday Night Live, Live at Jongleurs, two visits to the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, co-writer and co-star with Andy Hamilton in several series of the award-winning Million Pound Radio Show on BBC Radio 4, two series of the Radio 4 sit-com The Nick Revell Show, and his own show Nick Revell, on BBC-1. Also panel shows such as Just A Minute, The News Quiz, Quote Unquote.
His TV and Radio credits as a writer include sitcoms, sketch shows and material for other comedians – Drop the Dead Donkey, Dressing for Breakfast, After You’d Gone, Dave Allen, Three of a Kind, Not the Nine O’Clock News, Alas Smith and Jones, Rory Bremner and Jasper Carrot, The Million Pound Radio Show, House of the Spirit Levels, It’s that Jo Caulfield Again, Living with the Enemy, Weekending, The News Huddlines, The Unofficial Election 2005, with Andy Zaltzman and Jon Oliver, The Nick Revell Show, The Sunday Format to name but a few.