Sat 6th Dec at 8:30pm (doors 7:30pm)
99 Club Leicester Square - Christmas Comedy
@ Storm Nightclub, London
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99 Club Leicester Square Comedy - Christmas Comedy: Carl Donnelly, Brett Goldstein, Inder Manocha, Jim Woroniecki
Comedy night featuring top acts from the national circuit.
Visit www.99clubcomedy.com for further information
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Carl started performing stand-up regularly in the early part of 2005 and quickly established himself as one of the most exciting new comics climbing the comedy ladder.
His confident, conversational style and childish sense of humour has seen him become a regular at clubs all over the country including various universities as part of the Avalon Comedy Network. He won the 2007 Chortle Award for the best newcomer and the 2007 Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year Award.
'Carl Donnelly effortlessly intertwines storytelling and observational humour with honed improvised skills' (http://www.comedy.co.uk)
'A ludicrously funny hour... effortless and utterly captivating' (The Skinny)
'This degree of innate comic talent is a rare and beautiful thing. Not to be missed' (Broadway Baby)
'One of the most engaging and bendy-minded comics on the circuit' (The Guardian)
'He's a remarkable talent – a relaxed, easygoing anecdotalist with an eye for funny details. An hour in his company is a true delight' (Time Out).
Carl Donnelly was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2016.
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Winner of the Best New Show Award at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival, star of Love Matters and co-star in Ricky Gervais’ Derek.
'Brett Goldstein is an actor and a writer who turned to stand-up in 2006. In 2007 he was selected to appear in the Comedy Reserve, the Pleasance's Best of New Comedy showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Chortle)
'... had the crowd laughing all the way' (USA Weekly News).
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Inder left the world of therapy and some months later decided to pursue a career in comedy in September 2000, by 2001 he was in the Grand Finals of 'So You Think You're Funny?' and winner of the Ethnic Multicultural Media Award for Best Comedian, beating Meera Syal, Lenny Henry and Three Non-Blondes. Tipped for greatness, Inder is a unique act with a strange style, that's impressing audiences everywhere.
'A thorough delight from start to finish' (Time Out)
'A belly full of laughs with sharp-shootiong cultural observations...' (Three Weeks).
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