Comedians perform their favourite bits, long since departed from their repertoires.
Come and share in the nostalgia as comics scour their memories for jokes they used to love to tell. Out-of-date topical references, raw early material, or just classics which happened to be replaced by newer bits.
Charlie is an award winning stand-up comedian and writer.
LGBTQ New Comedian of the Year 2019. So You Think You’re Funny & Funny Women Awards runner up 2019 & Leicester Square New Comedian Award & Pride’s Got Talent finalist 2018.
Charlie has performed stand-up on BBC Asian Network Live and the BBC’s No Country for Young Women Podcast, as well as appearing on Comedy Central in Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains.
A talented and accomplished writer Charlie was chosen to feature in Charlie Brooker’s writers room for Cunk & Other Humans 2019, The BAFTA nominated AntiViral Wipe 2020 and Death to 2020 & 2021 for Netflix. She has written for the C4 Election night special, 8 out of 10 cats, Hypothetical, Newsjack, The Now Show, Have I Got News For You, Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back & Frankie Boyle’s New World Order.
Comedy is Tom's one true love. He leaves his phone on at night in case she calls, and he always take her back… even though his friends warn him against her.
"I recently did Live at The Apollo, which was probably the greatest moment of my life. I may never be the same again. In fact I’ve already started being more rude with the staff at restaurants and bars and it feels really terrific."
In August 2022 he did his fourth solo show at Edinburgh Festival with an hour called Anthem and will be taking it on a tour of 15 dates of the UK from November.
“Hits the millennial sweet spot” **** Metro
“Inventive, imaginative…Like a post-rave Mickey Flanaghan” **** Beyond The Joke
“Packed with first rate gags, impressions and absurdist humour” **** Broadway Baby
“Big laughs” ****½ One4Review
“Imaginative, mischievous, and yet gleefully authentic” **** The Student
International comedian, local nobody.
“A fresh talent destined for greatness.” - Jon Petrie, Head of BBC Comedy
“She’s brilliant” - Douglas Coupland, author Generation X, Microserfs
“I want her to meet my wife” - Alex James, Blur bassist and cheesemaker to the stars
Musical Comedy Awards Finalist 2022. Delightful, catchy, cerebral, hilarious, unexpectedly anti-twee songs played on the ukulele.
With Your Master of Ceremonies:
"plenty of charisma, and a glint of silliness"
"Old-school meets weird school"
"an unconventional but intelligent style"
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