99 Club Leicester Square @ Ruby Blue: Nathan Caton, Glenn Moore, Rosie Jones, Marlon Davis, Toby Hadoke
The 99 Club has been awarded Best London Comedy Club 2011-2018 at the Chortle Awards & Best UK Comedy Club 2015 & runs shows 7 days a week in 5 stunning West End venues, ranging from bars and nightclubs to luxurious 4- and 5-star hotels.
The 99 Club shows feature high quality comedians as seen on shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Have I Got News For You.
Tickets include complimentary nightclub entry at 99 Club's flagship Leicester Square venue Ruby Blue (open till 3am).
All shows are 2 hours long and include 3 main acts and a MC.
Please note acts are subject to change without notice.
All shows are strictly for 18+
See www.99clubcomedy.com/ for further information.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Nathan is a young black British comic, gigging on both the mainstream and black comedy circuit. His set is highly observational, influenced by his culture and upbringing, and also coming from a young person's outlook on life, from the well-known Nigerian traffic warden and the always-disciplining West-Indian mother, to MTV's Pimp my Ride.
'Excellent story-telling skills keep the crowd easily entertained' (Three Weeks).
‘Caton is probably the most exciting young black comic on the scene’ (Fest Magazine).
'Caton's a slick performer with an unbeatable stage attitude and the confident air of someone much more experienced' (Chortle).
'Compelling, well-observed stand-up... He specialises in laidback, on-the-nose material, chopping down fools of all colours, both in day-to-day life and in the media' (The Guardian).
Nathan Caton was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2015.
Nathan Caton tour dates
As well as being solo standup Glenn is one half of the critically-acclaimed sketch comedy duo Thunderbards, who had a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2014, as well as a show at the Fringe the previous year voted one of GQ’s ‘Top Ten Funniest Shows at the Fringe’.
Chortle Student Comedian Of The Year Runner Up 2011 and So You Think You're Funny Finalist 2012.
'Rib-tickling wordplay from a relaxed and engaging performer' (BBC)
'Glenn Moore with his smart little one-liners...' (Funhouse Comedy)
'Fantastic - brilliantly performed and hysterically written' (The List)
'Tight, punchy and solidly funny' (The Guardian)
'Glenn Moore is tipped for great things' (GQ Magazine).
Glenn Moore tour dates
Rosie Jones is a comedian and actress with a penchant for being mischievous. Her cerebral palsy doesn't slow her down in the slightest.
Rosie Jones tour dates
Marlon Davis is a bright young comedian, improviser and actor who embraces his work with energy and charm, embodying his characters and delivering his acute observational material with aplomb.
His act is inspired from his upbringing, exploring Britain and tackling its social issues with skilful characterisations.
Winner of the FHM Search For A Stand-Up Hero Competition in 2009. In 2006, he was a finalist in both the So You Think You're Funny and Laughing Horse new act competitions.
Still a relative newcomer, Marlon Davis is like a breath of fresh air on stage, with an impish grin, boyish enthusiasm and an effortlessly open, confident style that instantly wins him friends in the audience.
'A compelling storyteller whose anecdotes carry the elusive stamp of urban authenticity' (The Scotsman).
Marlon Davis tour dates
'Toby is an actor, writer and comedian, who has a stupid name that no-one can pronounce or spell. He was born in a small cottage in Ludlow, Shropshire at the turn of the century, and even as a baby, sported a rather manly collection of facial hair.'
Manchester comedy Legend and host of XS Malarkey. Toby was the inaugural winner of The Les Dawson Award, beating a shortlist including Peter Kay, Daniel Kitson, Dave Spikey, Ken Dodd, Caroline Ahearne, Craig Cash and Steve Coogan. He works regularly in TV and Radio having appeared in shows ranging from Coronation Street to Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights.
'Superior stand-up skills – very, very funny' (The Guardian)
'A comedy genius' (Metro).
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