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comedy at the Quay

Comedy Night at the Quay

Fri 19 May, 8:00pm10:00pm

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Date: Fri 19 May
Time: 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Price: £10 / £20 with food
Venue: Anthony Minghella Theatre

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Comedy is well and truly back at Quay Arts. Hosted by the loveable Bobbin Dixon and featuring a choice pick of three upcoming stand-up comedians, a great night is guaranteed. Come early and enjoy some great food!

Friday 19 May / 8pm / £10 ticket / £20 with food / Food served between 6 – 8pm / Food available: Curry (vegetarian option available)

 

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Nathan Eagle

“I’ve been very passionate about performing from an early age. For the past few year I’ve been one of the lead actors for an independent comedy/film group called the BROKEN BRICKS. We’ve enjoyed a lot of success recently, being shortlisted for the prestigious London Sci-fi 48 hour competition, Winning ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Drama’ at the Winchester Short Film Festival and back to back ‘Best film’ wins at Portsmouth Dvmission, where I also picked up an award for ‘Best Actor’.”

Nathan Eagle

Michael franland

“As an act, Mike is reliable and professional is his approach. He is also very funny, with a well thought-out set. I once MCed a gig where he got such a great response that I didn’t want to have to go back on, afterwards!” – Quackers comedy

Michael Frankland

Sunjai Arif

“Sunjai Arif quickly wins over audiences with his confidence and warm personality. He is an engaging comedy story teller and covers tales about his family, speeding tickets and extremist rodents. Sunjai is a solid comedy act, oozes charm and will leave you grinning ear to ear.”

Sunjai Arif

Phil Lucas (headliner)

“Consistently funny…A stupidly nice way to close the show.”   Bruce Dessau

“Mr Lucas is wonderfully funny. Our new favourite thing.” The Huffington Post

“He’s like Harry Hill with PowerPoint, a stream of silly non-sequiturs coming from his mouth while extra gags pop up on screen, giving twice the jokes for your money. A daft favourite for me.”  Steve Bennett – Chortle

 Phil Lucas

 

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