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Fri 29th Mar at 8:15pm - 11:00pm
@ The Africa Centre, London
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Never miss another 'Henry Ginsberg' show
Henry Ginsberg, Joey Page, Prince Abdi, Alex Maple
"We're a cult underground comedy club, bloody adored by comedians and audiences. We've got all the hot acts on the London live comedy circuit, and a dangerously cheap bar to boot. Under 18s can attend but with a guardian, but prepare to hear some naughty jokes. The show finishes at 11pm."
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Henry Ginsberg whose 'self deprecating humour had us laughing from the off' (Three Weeks) has been performing stand-up since 2005 and has since won a number of awards.
'The warmest act of the night was Henry Ginsberg. It was by far the most intimate performance. He gave more of himself than all of the other acts combined' (Andrew Maxwell)
'Solid lines. One after the other. Some making me howl' (Adam Bloom)
'He's a great writer' (Ed Byrne).
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Young comedian with surreal humour and unique alternative wit. Joey takes you through the tangled joy of his charmingly childlike logic. Creating a magical world of bizarre and hilarious characters and scenarios.
'Joey has a sonic imagination and a twinkle in his eye' (Noel Fielding)
'Really good, proper funny' (Ronnie Wood)
'Absolutely amazing' (XFM).
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A relative newcomer who has the material and confidence of a full time comic. He has a lovely style in his delivery - pacy, upbeat and infectious - that makes the audience warm to him. Set pieces such as his Bollywood and Nollywood reconstruction capitalise on that energy well.
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Award winning stand up comic and writer. In 2004 Tony Burgess was nominated for best stand up and writer at the North West Comedy awards. This led to a prolific period of writing on a wide range of shows such as the award winning BBC 3 comedy Ideal (where he also played Troy, a mad DJ who lived in Moz’s cupboard) to the play Doorway, which premiered at The Royal Exchange Studio Theatre in Manchester, to the film Wallace and Gromit and The Curse Of The Were-rabbit. Tony has also written for a wide variety of comedians including Lily Savage, Brian Conley, Steve Coogan (Paul and Pauline Calf’s Cheese and Ham Sandwich) and Johnny Vegas.
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Venue: The Africa Centre
38 King Street
WC2E 8JS 51.511967, -0.124309
Phone: 020 7836 1973
→ Charing Cross 7 min walk
→ Covent Garden 2 min walk