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Keynsham Comedy Club Smiley Spaces on Friday 10th January 2020
Smiley Spaces brings you three of the finest standup comedians on the UK and international circuit.
Star of 'Live At The Apollo' Marlon Davis is a bright young comedian, improviser and actor who embraces his work with energy and charm, embodying his characters and delivering his acute observational material with aplomb. Winner of the FHM Search For A Stand-Up Hero Competition in 2009. In 2006, he was a finalist in both the So You Think You're Funny and Laughing Horse new act competitions. Marlon Davis is like a breath of fresh air on stage, with an impish grin, boyish enthusiasm and an effortlessly open, confident style that instantly wins him friends in the audience. 'A compelling storyteller whose anecdotes carry the elusive stamp of urban authenticity' (The Scotsman).
(See Chris before he sets off on his Australia tour)
Chris Kent is one of Ireland’s rapidly rising young comedians. As well as being regular MC at Cork’s City Limits comedy club, Chris has gigged all over Ireland with PJ Gallagher, Ardal O’Hanlon and Colin Murphy, to name but a few. His sharp style prey's on his own everyday life and his ability to laugh at himself gives for some great viewing. Chris is one to watch! ‘Breathes new life into anecdotal comedy’ The List. 'Compelling storyteller, truly surprising, beautifully delivered’The Scotsman.
Eddy Brimson is one of the UK circuit's most in demand headline acts and works regularly with leading clubs both in this country and overseas. Having made many TV appearances including Eastenders, Absolutely Fabulous, The Thin Blue and Casualty, he has also featured in TV adverts such as Snickers and Bacardi Breezer. 'The crowd love him' (The Guardian) '... one of the most fascinating comedians on the circuit...' (Funhouse Comedy) 'There must be a school of comedy in the British Isles, if such a school exists, Eddy Brimson would have been top of the class' (Sydney Sunday Herald).
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