BRAINWASH CLUB - V-Day Massacre!

Wednesday 14 February

Backyard Comedy Club

London's top night of comedy, variety and chaos with award winning acts

19:30 – 22:30
Backyard Comedy Club231 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 0EL
London's top comedy/variety/odd night is back with a world-class cast of fools for Valentines Day! Do we care about Valentines Day? Not really. Getting a good Brainwash is always a treat and in the past has featured such acts as Harry Hill, Omid Djalili, Reg D Hunter, Tony Law, Phil Kay, Kevin Eldon and Simon Munnery to name just a few. Don't be a chump, get on down!


A comedy gem, a true professional and a one-off... Not to be missed. He first went on the telly with Lee and Herring and on tour with Stewart Lee. He starred in all three series of Channel 4’s British Comedy Award winning, BAFTA nominated Star Stories, wrote two plays for Radio 4 and once addressed the Oxford Union on the meaning of life. Who does he think he is?
'An absolute masterclass in comedy' - The Scotsman
'Strangely charming and absolutely entertaining' - The Independent

SHENOAH ALLEN (of The Pajama Men)
Multi-award winning master of character and improvisation, and one half of the internationally acclaimed, The Pajama Men.
'I was doubled over in a kind of hysterical agony. I felt as if my lungs had migrated into my throat and that my anatomy would soon be inside out' - The Washington Post
'One of the most dazzling displays of comedy theatre I’ve ever seen. It's weird. And it's wonderful' - The Times
'Whip-smart and able to turn on the thinnest of dimes' - Chicago Tribune

Edinburgh Fringe Comedy Award nominee 2017
'Impossible not to laugh' - The Scotsman
'Breathtakingly inventive' - Fest Mag

Filthy musical genuis. Finalist in Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2006 and 2010 winner of the Malcolm Hardee award for comic originality at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
'Souped-up risqué keyboard-based songs, waspish asides and neurotically charged camperie from a hyperactive man-child... Superb’ - The Telegraph
‘Probably – no definitely – the only asperger, dyslexic, cross lateral, gay, quarter-welsh, webbed toed comedian on the circuit’ - The Guardian

Cabaret bastard extrordinaire will be popping in to serenade and gently play before dashing off to some dark hole to play for intoxicated inebriates.

Plus your hosts...

Anarchic live-wires. Malcolm Hardee Award Winners. London Cabaret Award Nominees.
'High-energy, innovative stuff from two entertaining, engaging guys' - The Scotsman
'The best double-act I've seen in years' - Harry Hill

Line-up subject to change in rare circumstances beyond our control.
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