Godalming Borough Hall, 3 Bridge St, Godalming GU7 1HY
A professional comedy club in the heart of Godalming.
Lineup includes: Steve Best, Susan Murray, Naomi Cooper and Don Biswas.
The Comedy Club will start at 8pm and will be made up of three sets with two intervals.
No refunds or exchanges. Gag House Comedy have the right to change the line up without notice.
There is disabled access to the venue.
Advised for over 18’s – contains swearing and adult content.
STEVE BEST is a great visual comedian, harnessing a mind-boggling array of gadgets and gags to keep his audience in stitches. Funny, frenetic and mad, his act can feature anything from blowing up a woman and eating balloons, to cutting his hand off and doing press-ups on his willy.
His unique form of slapstick comedy is backed up with astounding talent; he plays the guitar like a genius is fluent in Serbo-Croatian and can juggle five pilchards while driving a purple tractor.
Susan has emerged as one of the best female stand-ups in the UK and was the first ever woman to MC Decompression gigs for the British Army / CSE. She is in the top 100 Huffington Post funny women Tweeters. She’s wrote for and was a guest on Jeremy Hardy Talks To The Nation and has also starred in Stephen K Amos’ Idiots Guide both for Radio 4. She has penned 4 successful solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival as well as performing in several comedy plays and sketches. She made her TV acting debut in the 3rd series of ITV’s “The Job Lot” alongside Jo Enright and Russell Tovey.
Naomi trained at Bretton Hall, specialising in classical acting, and graduating with a BA (Hons) in Acting in 2006.
As a comedian Naomi has performed across the UK, from Plymouth to Edinburgh and Belfast, and has also gigged in the Netherlands, Hungary, Austria, Romania, Switzerland, Ireland and America.
Naomi was the first female finalist of C Venue’s Improvaganza at the Edinburgh Festival in 2009. She is a founding company member of improv troupe ImproBabble who had a residency with the Leicester Square Theatre from 2010 through to the end of 2012.
She is a regular on the UK stand-up circuit and presented her first solo show That’s Probably Enough at the Leicester Square Theatre in July 2014.
On the surface Don Biswas is a straight forward and old fashioned gag merchant. However, he does talk about a wide variety of unique subjects from having Dyspraxia and mild Asperger’s Syndrome (both learning difficulties that effect coordination and social skills) to politics. Also thrown into the mix, in his set, are razor sharp one-liners.
When discussing politics Don very much takes an alternative view on the subject, thus talking about the lack choice available in the current system, mainstream media censorship to conspiracy theories, among other topics. However, all of this is done in a tongue and check way with plenty of gags, meaning he is able to play to a wide variety of rooms.
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