Josh James brings you another hilarious night of uncensored Stand-Up comedy alongside some of his funniest pals on the UK comedy circuit. This is guaranteed to be another sell out event so grab your tickets quick to avoid disappointment.
Kelly Convey’s first stand-up gig was 1st March 2016, since then, she has seen an unprecedented & meteoric rise through the comedy scene.
Within 6 months, Kelly was a finalist in the most prestigious comedy competition in the UK SYTYF. Within a year, Kelly was signed to the biggest comedy agent in the country, Off The Kerb.Within 2 years, Convey was regularly performing at the UK’s biggest comedy clubs alongside household names like Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett. Kelly Convey now enters her third year of stand-up in 2019, where she will be tour support for Russell Kane & Alan Carr, as well as performing her debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe.
As seen on – UniLAD, Comedy Central, BBC Three, Channel 4.
“One of the most rapidly-rising new comics on the circuit”– British Comedy Guide
“Hilarious Women to Look Out For”– Metro
“There’s a winning authenticity to her material…”– Chortle
“Female Comedians Dominating 2017”– The Independent
“Talented Newcomer”– Time Out
“Kelly is a bright and filthy new star.” ****– Funny women
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017– Nominee
JACOB HAWLEY Jacob Hawley is a London based stand-up comedian, writer, performer and me, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4.
He (...I) first performed stand up in 2014, since then he's done hundreds of other, nicer gigs around the UK, including big old sets at some very nice clubs. He was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards in 2017, he has won King Gong at The Comedy Store and he has written and starred (acted) in shorts for BBC3. In 2018 Jacob did a show called Howl (not sure what I should or shouldn't put in bold anymore) at the Edinburgh Fringe which went down quite well. Bits of this went in to a stand up special called Jacob Hawley's Welcome to Britain for Radio 4 in May, and some bits of it will be in a podcast called Jacob Hawley: On Drugs on BBC Sounds in the summer.
‘Intelligent and important, his self-aware set sees him explore themes of class and identity in the modern world expertly.’
The Sunday Post