- Cranbrook Rugby
- Folkestone 3 Hills Sports Park
- Hawkhurst- British Legion
- Hawkhurst - Great House
- Tunbridge Wells
- West Malling
May 3, 2019 at Sinden Theatre - please book at www.sindentheatre.com
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Ben Norris - Headliner
The term circuit legend is overused, but Norris is one of a handful that have been headlining for more than two decades. Other interesting facts about Ben: he’s the cousin of actor Martin Freeman and also the father of triplets (2 girls and a boy)
Ben has recently seen supporting Ed Byrne on his national tour. Ben’s TV credits include “Never Mind The Buzzcocks”, “They Think It’s All Over” and “Mock The Week”
“a cast iron guaranteed headliner” – Londonisfunny.com
“Killer gags” – The Scotsman
“truly a sight to behold”- Ed Byrne
“A wonderful disgrace of a human being”- Daniel Kitson
Stuart Mitchell - Headliner
In 2016, Stuart made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, with his show ‘Dealt a Bad Hand’ at The Pleasance Courtyard. The show received critical acclaim and sell out audiences culminating in an extra show due to demand. His follow up show “Gordon Ramsay’s Karma Café” received excellent 4 and 5-star reviews from its 2018 run at the Edinburgh Fringe.
“Work of genius” – Daily Record ★★★★★
Stuart recently followed in the footsteps of Dara O’Brian, Paul Merton and Craig Ferguson by being handpicked to perform in the ‘Best of the Edinburgh Fest’ showcase at the Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne Comedy Festivals.
There’s a real warmth and honesty running alongside the clever wordplay and sharp one-liners. He was also endorsed by Hollywood actor Will Ferrell after performing in Los Angeles.
‘A comedian worth catching before he becomes mega’ Sunday Mail
Greg Faulkner - Compere
Greg Faulkner’s comedy is a mix of satire, sarcasm and impressions. He was resident MC at The famous Comedy Cafe Theatre in London and now MCs for them in Oslo, Norway, as well as gigging at clubs around the UK.
“an astonishing range of voices, facial expressions and mimicry”
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