upstairs bar @
Hampstead CAFE ROUGE
38-39 Hampstead High St, London NW3 1QE
just 1 minute walk from Hampstead tube
Britain`s Greatest Hoaxter
also known as LEE NELSON
Named “the world’s most famous blagger” by The Daily Telegraph, untameable prankster and acclaimed character comedian Simon Brodkin has hit global headlines multiple times for his high-profile stunts. Most famously he handed Prime Minister Theresa May a P45 form during her keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference and showered disgraced FIFA president Sepp Blatter with hundreds of dollar bills in bribe payments “for the North Korea 2026 World Cup bid”.
very funny charming
Two of India’s finest comedians to London
‘HAD THE AUDIENCE IN SPLITS, BROUGHT THE HOUSE DOWN.’Times of India (on Karunesh)‘
live wire hilarious Indian comedian
Sumit Anand flew (from another city) into India’s comedy scene 5 years ago and has looked back many times since, although every time he thought of quitting comedy to fail as a musician, he kept getting booked to perform more shows. That dedication to never plan has seen Sumit perform his stand-up across India and the world – Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Cambodia to name but a few, and now on to the UK. Sumit’s stand up explores his daily life – daydreaming and wondering about his body, growing up in a village in India and thinking it’s a town, and of course polar bears.
Mumbai’s Karunesh Talwar has been doing stand-up in India for the past 7 years. Perfecting his craft performing in clubs, Karunesh toured his debut solo show around the country before uploading clips of his stand-up to YouTube that soon went viral (when you live in a country of a billion and a half people, this isn’t nearly as impressive as it sounds). He’s since been on tour with his second solo show and recently performed at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, including a stand out appearance on ABC TV’s Comedy Up Late. Karunesh gets annoyed easily and often, he does stand up because that’s the only place anyone’s willing to listen to him rant about the state of the world.
Performed in English
SUMIT’S ENERGY ON STAGE IS HIGHLY INFECTIOUS, IT’S A LAUGH RIOT.’Asian Age (on Sumit)
MC Martin Besserman
Doors 8.00 pm Showtime 8.30 pm
tickets only £15.00 / concessions £12.00
if wishing to enjoy a pre show meal best to arrive a couple hours before the show
Monkey Business is always ready to celebrate a birthday
Voted one of London`s best comedy clubs by The Evening Standard January 2017