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The Boat Show Comedy Club & Night Club: Abandoman, Marcel Lucont, Rob Beckett
Comedy night featuring top acts from the national circuit, followed by club till 3am.
Food is available.
Listings are subject to change.
Visit www.boatshowcomedy.co.uk for further information.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Abandoman create hilarious musical sketches at lightning speed live in front of their audience. No two gigs are ever the same. The project sees frontman Rob and multi-instrumentalist James Hancox reinventing hip hop in a way that appeals to even its most ardent detractors.
They sold out the Edinburgh Fringe for 3 weeks in a row and were winners of the Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2010.
'Flight of the Conchords meets 8 Mile. Nothing short of genius' (http://www.Chortle.co.uk)
'Truly innovative' (The Guardian)
'Killer punchlines. Note-perfect, lyrically mind-blowing hip-hop improv. Genius!' (The Stage)
'A star of the future!' (Time Out)
'For the whole hour we were enthralled by a comedic mastermind at work' (Broadway Baby)
'A proper party. raucous, expansive and relentlessly hilarious' (The Times).
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Marcel Lucont is a flâneur, raconteur, and bon-viveur. France's premier misanthropist and lover with his unique blend of sardonic wit and Gallic charm. Alter ego of Alexis Dubus. Winner of multiple awards including Chortle, Best Fringe show and Best comedy show at the Edinburgh festival.
'A must-see... In his own words, he is fantastic' (Herald Sun)
'Wonderful French wit... superb stuff... His elegant, sardonic turns of phrase are an utter joy' (Time Out)
'Fresh, accessible and hilarious' (The Guardian).
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Rob grew up in south east London in a large extended family of taxi drivers where it was a fight to be heard.
As a middle child desperate for attention he needed to be funny so was in awe of his Grandad's jokes, but only until he saw a Tommy Cooper video and realised Grandad Cook was a massive plagiarist.
'A little short of a revelation (The Scotsman)
'Relentlessly smiley, perpetually grinning Londoner whose unshowy, unpretentious but thoroughly funny shtick has every chance of winning him a big audience' (The Guardian).
'He already has the confidence of a veteran' (The Times).
'Joyous, cheek aching and touching stand up' (Shortlist).
Rob Beckett was placed in Ents24's top 10 hardest-working comedians 2016.
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