Fat Penguin Comedy: Mike Gunn / Will Mars

Wednesday 23 October

Patrick Kavanagh Bar

FREE ENTRY corwdfunded comedy! Featuring top UK acts. Hosted by Jay Handley


20:00 – 22:30
Patrick Kavanagh Bar142 Trafalgar Rd
Moseley
Birmingham B13 8BX
8PM WEDS 23RD OCT

MIKE GUNN HEADLINING!

Mike Gunn is one of the hardest working comedians today. In fact he was voted by Ents 24 in the top 20! Early in his career Mike was supporting the likes of Jo Brand and Alan Davies and recently supported Lee Mack on his huge UK tour. He now headlines at all the top comedy venues in the UK and is rapidly reaching cult status on the circuit. He has performed internationally, taking his talent to Hong Kong, Ireland, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Saudi Arabia and to Australia at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, where he completed a five-week sell-out season.

Television appearances include Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), Celebrity Deal or no Deal (CH 4), Harry Hill’s TV Burp (ITV), Al Murray’s sit-com ‘Time Gentlemen Please’ (Sky), Soccer AM (Sky 1), The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Live At Jongleurs (CH5), and The Gas (CH4). He is a regular on the Sky Poker channel. He has also been a contributor for The Guardian. He has written for Time Out, The List, The 11 O’clock Show (CH4) and Match of The Day Magazine. even though he hates football.

WILL MARS OPENING!!

“Damn that dude is funny!” Steve Harvey, Showtime at the Apollo (U.S.). “punctures an expectation and implies a whole bizarre reality in only 12 words” Brian Logan, Guardian . “… no topic is taboo… a unique and witty perspective on thoughts that many have but rarely articulate” Adelaide Advertiser (Australia). “His fast-paced performance is refreshingly brutal” Ed Fringe Review. “Mars’ pithy observations are sharp and on point” broadwaybaby.co.uk

MARY FLANIGAN in the middle!

A TV researcher and member of BBC Northern Ireland’s Comedy Writers Room, Mary Flanigan started doing stand-up in her native Belfast, and has continued to pursue comedy since moving to Kings Heath, Birmingham, at the beginning of the year. Her approach to comedy is “constantly changing,” though she name-checks Tina Fey, Josie Long, Ross Noble and Maria Bamford as key inspirations.