SAT 7 Dec XMAS SHOW at Pembroke Castle Camden
CHRISTIAN SHULTE -LOH
The world`s funniest German comedian CHRISTIAN SHULTE -LOH Christian Schulte-Loh is an international stand-up act from Germany who has performed in clubs and at festivals in more than twenty countries. Christian regularly performs at the biggest clubs in the UK, Germany and on the European circuit. He has been called “a funny German – the only one!” (KKUNST MAGAZINE, Belgium), and THE SPECTATOR wrote about him: “one of the most subversive acts ever”. Christian performs in three languages: English, German and Spanish. He has toured the world, won several awards (including “King Gong” at London’s Comedy Store) and regularly appears at the Edinburgh Fringe
superb /very funny stand up Multi award winning DAVE THOMPSON Dave has done four feature films. He played Dave the comedian in ‘Maybe Baby’, written and directed by Ben Elton, and the porn star in ‘I Want Candy’, directed by Stephen Surgit (unfortunately his scene didn’t make the final edit). Dave’s third film ‘Huge’, was directed by Ben Miller, and was released in July 2011. His fourth film is ‘Harry Hill – The Movie’. It was released in December 2013, and stars Harry Hill, Julie Walters, and Matt Lucas. Dave has performed his stand-up comedy act in forty countries and four cruise ships. Known for his one-liners and absurd persona, Dave has written material for many other comics, including Harry Hill, Ronnie Corbett, Bruce Forsyth, Jim Tavare, Ben Elton, Phil Nichol, Omid Djalili, Stewart Lee, Phil Nichol, Tony Law, and John Moloney. Dave Thompson – Press Quotes. “One of the best comedians on the comedy circuit.” Stewart Lee. "Mad comic brilliance." Ben Elton. “A complete gentleman.” Matt Lucas. “The weirdest dude on the face of the earth”. (TIME OUT). “One of the finest joke writers in the country”. (TIME OUT). "The best one-liners I've heard this season". (THE INDEPENDENT). "Dave Thompson is hilarious and goes down a storm with the crowd." (DAILY MAIL). “Dave Thompson has a unique style and some of the best one-liners”. (THE GUARDIAN). "Dave Thompson is the star of the smash hit TV show, Teletubbies". (NEWS OF THE WORLD). "Mr Thompson has become a cult among students." (DAILY TELEGRAPH). "Dave Thompson astonishes with his lanky eccentricities... talented and always amusing". (TIME OUT). “His ballerina routine nearly brought the house down”. (COMEDY REVIEW). "Dave Thompson... everything in the world is beautiful". (COMEDY MAGAZINE).
Highly entertaining award winning comedy operatic musical performer KATE SHORTT Kate Shortt is a freelance cellist, vocalist and workshop leader. Her work takes her through varying genres, including Portuegese fado, Classical, Jazz, Theatre, Rock and Contemporary. Work with pop artists include Gary Kemp of Spandeau Ballet, Take That and Simon Le Bon. In the contemporary theatre world she has performed and toured with composer Jocelyn Pook . Amongst her work as a session player and collaborator in varying projects, Kate has played and toured regularly with the jazz singer Christine Tobin’s band and with guitarist Phil Robson. She performs with pianist Liam Noble and poet Penny Rimbaud as a free improviser ‘… her fierce avant-garde romaticism puts her in a class of her own…’ Kate’s one woman show ‘Shortt and Sweett’ was born in London Islington at the Kings Head Theatre in 1991 and consists of original songs, impressions and comedy. It has since graced the cabaret/comedy scene in London, Austria, Edinburgh and more. ‘…she twists the dials of our genre sensitive mind, hopping from station to station like a pre – digital radio sliding in and out of wave bands…’ Alban Low – The Art Of Jazz. Her album of original songs with piano/vocals ‘Something To Tell You’ (2006) depicts life, love, and the bits in-between. (cd baby/itunes /Amazon) ‘…Emotionally rich songs, thoughtful harmonies, and heartfelt reflections on life’ (M.U. Magazine) ‘… A remarkable Cellist…’ John Fordham (The Guardian) ‘… Wild cellist with wide ranging vocals…’ – The stage ‘… Very funny polished act and a wonderful elastic face…’ – London Live Radio
Hannah is the 2019 Rising Star New Act of the Year, was a semi finalist in both the BBC Radio4 Introducing Comedy Award and So You Think You’re Funny, and was selected for the Angel Comedy Showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She likes to think of herself as the Taylor Swift of comedy, sharing jokes about people who have wronged her in the past.