The Good Ship Comedy Club presents Alfie Brown

Monday 7 August

The Good Ship

20:00 – 22:45
The Good Ship289 Kilburn High Road

Alfie’s firebrand style of comedy has been forged from years of pushing boundaries and experimentation.
Natural stage presence combined with explosive material makes for a thrilling performance every time he hits the stage.
Constantly evolving and striving for ways to innovate, Alfie can move from hour-long idea driven shows to tight sets in various clubs effortlessly.

His material touches on introspective thoughts and considerations of the human condition as well as broader observations on social-political issues. All done in an accessible and hilarious way. An assertive, acerbic and compelling voice, Alfie has garnered critical acclaim throughout his career and continues to grow a fan base here and throughout Europe. With the benefit of being a young act with years of experience the future is bright for this phenomenal talent.

“Quite simply the future of British stand-up” ★★★★★ The List

"Thrilling ... extremely funny ... a distinctive dissenting voice." ★★★★ Evening Standard

"Brown’s is one of the boldest new voices I’ve encountered... mapping a route to a different class of
humour." ★★★★ The Guardian


Taylor Glenn is an American comedian based in London. After winning the Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award in 2010, she has quickly established herself as a sought after stand up and compere on the UK and European circuit, gigging in 9 countries and venues in the UK including The Comedy Store, Glee Club, Banana Cabaret, Komedia Brighton, Baby Blue, and St. David’s Hall.

“Excellent storytelling.” The Skinny

“Gets straight on the crowd’s side.” The List


2015 Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer Nominee and Malcolm Hardee Comic Originality Award Nominee 2015 John Henry Falle (of Radio 4, Chortle-nominated sketch idiots, The Beta Males) hath now become The Story Beast. Behold his rattle-bag of demented tales, terrifying ritual and unrelenting Anglo-Saxon lolz…

‘A literate, tightly constructed hour… a thing of wonder.’
★★★★ Fest

‘White hot brilliance… one hell of an achievement.’
★★★★ Time Out



Mark is quite the all-rounder; with both a killer set and strong MCing chops. For the last few years Mark has been plying his comedy trade across the UK. Constantly evolving, usually unpredictable; he is garnering positive reactions everywhere he goes.

During this time Mark has shared the bill with the likes of Gary Delaney, Shazia Mirza, Nick Helm & Isy Suttie. In 2010 he was one quarter of the Edinburgh Fringe Show ‘No Free Lunch’ and returned in 2011 with the show ‘Journey to the Centre of Somewhere.’ 2014 sees him working on his first solo hour ‘Cramnesia’ for a short run in Edinburgh and at various small fringe festivals.

A gay comedian who bucks the trend by being about as camp as a Die Hard boxset, Mark thrills crowds with his tales of dead-end jobs, his family, being the less than grateful winner of Bedford Comedian of the Year (although we’re quite proud of his win) as well as his sexuality.