Our next night is on Friday, March 23, 2018
Harvey Hawkins has been performing stand up comedy since 2015 and he is rapidly creating a buzz on the circuit as one of the hottest up and coming acts in the country. Harvey has won a number of competitions and awards, including the Birmingham Breaking Talent Award where he was selected as the winner by a panel of judges which included Jasper Carrot. His affable and likeable stage presence has helped him secure bookings for established comedy clubs up and down the country and has even led to him performing on BBC radio.
Sindhu is already a firm favourite on the comedy circuit securing gigs across the country including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) and two sell-out nights at London's coveted Museum of Comedy with her solo show The Girl From Sindhustan. Alongside stand-up, Sindhu has a flourishing television & radio career, having performed live for the BBC Asian Network's Big Comedy Night at the Watford Palace Theatre, BBC's Asian Network Comedy Night at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, a support slot for Live From The BBC for BBC Worldwide and Alan Davies As Yet Untitled for Channel Dave. On radio Sindhu has appeared on a host of shows for BBC including; Woman's Hour 70th Birthday Party, It's a Funny World and Preeya Kalidas' weekly show Kupid Kalidas for which she is the voice of 'Auntie G'. Sindhu is also the new host of BBC Radio 4's Comedy of the Week podcast, and has her own BBC Radio 4 Comedy Special coming soon - Sindhustan.
Ben Van Der Velde
Ben is a stand-up comedian, actor, improviser and presenter. He is a regular host and act for respected British comedy clubs such as The Stand, Komedia, the Frog & Bucket and The Boat Show as well as hosting stages for Bestival, Festival No.6 and Sunday Papers Live. Ben is currently helmsman of the Chortle Award-winning Good Ship Comedy Club in Kilburn. Ben is a regular performer at the Edinburgh Festival, where he has performed three critically-acclaimed shows. In 2016, his show Barbarians, received 5 and 4 star reviews, whilst several of its jokes made it into 'Best Joke at the Fringe' lists compiled by The Scotsman, i-News and The Huffington Post.
'Whipsharp...with an air of mischievous mayhem...his hit rate is impressive, while his in-the-moment style creates a buzz of excitement in the room' Steve Bennett, Chortle '...an accomplished comic.' Time Out
'Wonderfully improvised riffs showcasing his impressive spontaneity and sharp tongue' Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
hosted and compered by Graeme Coulam.
We have limited bar facilities at the venue (Hungerford Town Hall) so you can pre-order your first drink of the night at the same time that you book your tickets.
If you prefer not to book online, then you can get tickets from LJ Smith in Hungerford High Street (a little further up from the fish and chip shop).
If you need to contact us, you can use the form on this page
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