Komo Bar, Weymead House, Millbrook, Guildford, GU1 3YA
Komo Gag House Comedy Club is on the last Wednesday of the month in heart of Guildford, Surrey.
A line up of professional comics will brighten up your week in this swanky bar with a cocktail menu to die for!
Lineup includes: Lloyd Griffith, Nigel Ng, Jayde Adams and Mark Maier.
There is disabled access to venue.
No refunds or exchanges. Gag House Comedy has the right to change the lineup without notice.
Lloyd is a comedian, a choirboy and an aspiring goalkeeper. He’s the star of ‘FIFA: Quest for the best’ Sky Sports 1 and you may have also seen him on Soccer AM (Sky 1), Sweat The Small Stuff (BBC3), Rugby’s Funniest Moments (Sky 1), BBC Radio 1s Live Lounge Comedy Club, Hey Ho Let’s Go (RTE, Ireland) as well as supporting Rob Beckett on his 2013-2015 sold out UK tour. Lloyd is currently co-hosting the Dream Team FC podcast with James Buckley during the Euro 2016 Championships.
You may have also heard him guesting on the following radio shows; 5Live Fighting Talk, Rob Beckett’s Rock & Roll Football Show (Absolute Radio), The Warm Up with Jon Richardson & Matt Forde (TalkSport), The Josh Widdicombe Show (XFM) or even co-commentating on Grimsby Town FC games for BBC Radio Humberside.
Nigel Ng grew up in Malaysia, lived in America for five years and moved to the UK in 2015. Having started his comedy career in Chicago, he’s relieved that (most) people in the UK get his jokes too, as evidenced by him winning the prestigious Amused Moose Laugh Off 2016 and being runner up in the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2015.
He was also a finalist in the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year (2016) and Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year (2015) competitions, and now can be seen performing in comedy clubs across the UK.
Jayde Adams is a multi skilled, award winning comedian from Bristol.
For 10 years, she was primped and preened, bent into weird shapes and competed in skin tight lycra covered in Swarovski crystals – an outfit finished off with a Croydon facelift – in many of the UK’s most happening towns such as Chepstow and Yeovil. Then she grew, a bit and during a conversation with her sister, discovered she wanted to make people laugh.
It was in 2011 when Jayde, a kind of modern day renaissance woman, discovered (whilst ironing) that she could sing opera and in 2014 performed on the main stage of The Roundhouse.
In 2014, Jayde was the winner of Funny Women, London Cabaret Awards Audience Award and in 2016 Jayde was nominated for Best Newcomer at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has since been featured on BBC One, BBC Two and SKY and showcased by Bruce Dessau and The Evening Standard, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express and The Guardian.
Talented award-winning writer and stand-up, Mark Maier, is an established and highly sought after performer on both the national and international comedy circuits.
He has worked the comedy clubs of Germany, Holland, Ireland, Hong Kong, The Bahamas, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand and has also appeared at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles and Caroline’s in New York.
Amongst his many credits, Mark has taught and performed improvisation with Catherine Tate in London and has had a string of successful radio series, in which he was both writer and performer.