Winter is closing in, so come and warm your cockles by our comedy fire.
Hosted at great friends Mondo Brewery in Battersea, enjoy the comedic stylings of:
A favourite on the stand up comedy circuit, Sunil Patel’s laid back style is offset by an arsenal of brilliant jokes. Declared by Time Out as ‘One to Watch’, he can be found in comedy clubs across the country and has brought various solo shows to the Edinburgh Festival.
Sunil found early success as a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Award and as a Chortle Best Newcomer nominee. He is best known for his starring role in Channel Five’s mockumentary series Borderline (Channel 5) and as John Robbins’ sidekick in Beat the Internet (Dave). He also co-hosts the BBC Sounds podcast series But Where Are You Really From?.
The psychedelic whirlwind of madcap energy that is Tony Law first blew across the Atlantic from Canada and onto UK stand-up stages in the mid 90s. His early efforts yielded a Glastonbury Festival New Acts Award and led to tentative forays into the proving ground of the Edinburgh Fringe around the turn of the millenium. The uniquely freewheeling comic mind showcased in Tony’s semi-improvised live shows soon attracted the attention of Channel 4 executives and landed him the role of team captain on the topical vox-pop based panel show Does Doug Know?
Winner of the Chortle Award for Breakthrough act in 2012... 14 years after starting out in comedy. He was also nominated for the Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award the same year.
Chloe Petts’ “inexhaustibly funny mind” (Diva Magazine) and “compelling presence” (Steve Bennett, Chortle) has established her as one of the most exciting new acts on the circuit.
Chloe is an alumna of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve, has been shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Award, was a finalist of Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards 2017 and came runner-up in the Funny Women Awards 2017.
She was recently heard on BBC Five Live’s Fighting Talk and has appeared on Channel 4’s Random Acts and BBC 3 Quickies.
She is a co-founder of The Lol Word, a queer comedy collective that hosts sell-out monthly London nights, boasting the finest female and non-binary queer acts on the circuit. Their most recent Edinburgh run was a sell-out. Diva Magazine has described it as “a space that is demographically queer, inclusive, and safe, and on top of all of that – the comedic talent is smart, insightful, hilarious, and completely relatable.”