Sat 23 Mar The Pembroke Castle Chalk Farm Camden
superb comedian and impressionist DANNY POSTHILL since reaching the finals of Britain’s Got Talent in 2015 Danny has never stopped, Touring round the UK on the comedy circuit as well as doing big corporate events, for Bridal Buyer awards,UK Communication contact centre awards and has racked up some after dinners working alongside John Prescott and Paul Gascoine,Danny has also never been off our TV screens too appearing on celebrity pointless (Impressionists special)Alongside Alastair Mcgowan, Rory Bremnar and John Culshaw, and recently on Sky News doing an impression of the president elect Donald Trump. Danny Posthill is undoubtedly one of the most promising British comedians in the UK today
Award-winning hilarious JOHN ROBINSON “A manic and quick-witted revelation” – The Scotsman John Robertson is a comedian, making money out of that particularly odd art form since 2002. He’s also a TV presenter, columnist, multimedia artist, games designer, crowd-surfer and recreational sadist. He first came to public attention in 2003, when he went down to Australian Idol and faked a seizure on national television. In 2012, he created “The Dark Room”, a viral YouTube hit-turned-live show, which now tours the world as a theatre show and corporate entertainment. In 2013, he left his beloved Wai-Con (Australia’s best anime convention) and moved to the UK. He crowd-surfed to celebrate. As of 2014, he co-hosts Sky’s “Videogame Nation”, the UK’s only dedicated gaming TV show. His kick-ass clothes are made by Gallery Serpentine STAND-UP“**** his material is edgy, intelligent and smoothly-delivered… this is astute, amoral stand-up for the morbidly inclined” – The Age Starting comedy in 2003, he left his day job in 2008 (fired) to do comedy full-time (much better), quickly establishing himself as an in-demand club headliner and event MC (money). From 2008 – 2010, he was the Australian tour support for Mark Watson, Wayne Brady and Rob Schneider, before making his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2010. His show that year, “A Nifty History of Evil” won the Critic’s Choice Award at the Wild West Comedy Festival, established his UK cult following and brought him to the front page of the BBC News website. … if you only see one Perth-born set this year, make it John Robertson.” – The Scotsman, “a ridiculously entertaining hour” – Kate Copstick, “***** – if your tastes run to the dark, you must see this show – British Comedy Guide, **** “stylish, alternative, funny” – Chortle, “Brilliant, bemusing and bloodthirsty” – Metro, “A cult is born” – Bruce Dessau, “That he’s a skilled stand-up is plain to see”- The List, “A hotly- tipped comedian for a good reason… he strides onto the stage giving precisely zero fucks”- The Skinny, “**** a triumph” – Herald Sun.
enjoyable storyteller OPHELIE HOCQUARD