Some Night (In King's Cross)

Wednesday 13 November

2Northdown

WITH CHRISTOPHER BLISS, HARRIET KEMSLEY, MO OMAR + MORE!


20:00 – 22:00
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
Some Night (King's Cross) brings the best comedians around the UK to at 2Northdown in North London for an eclectic mixed-bill show. Expect a selection of big names and brilliant new acts. In association with Off The Kerb Productions.

Christopher Bliss
Award-winning comedian Rob Carter’s cult-hit character creation Christopher Bliss comes to 2NorthDown. See the world through the unique eyes of Christopher, the worst novelist in Shropshire and son of two.
“This is how character comedy should be done” ★★★★- Chortle.

Harriet Kemsley
Harriet is an award winning comedian, writer and actress. Recently, she starred in the Viceland reality sitcom Bobby and Harriet: Get Married which she co-created and co-wrote with her husband Bobby Mair, to huge critical acclaim. She also performed on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, Jo Brand’s Channel 4 series Damned, appeared on the most recent season of Doctor Foster for BBC and is a recurring guest on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and 8 Out of 10 Cats. Her other credits include The Radio 1 Comedy Lounge, BBC3’s Comedy Marathon, The One Show (Edinburgh Special) and Kevin’s Hart’s LOL Live. Harriet’s awards include the Leicester Mercury New Act of the Year Finalist, Funny’s Funny Winner, Up The Creek New Act of the Year Winning and Leicester Square New Act of the Year Finalist. She has been described by Time Out as ‘a very funny rising star’ and as one of Rhod Gilbert’s ‘Ten Comics to See’ in the Mail on Sunday.

Mo Omar
Somali-born, Cardiff-raised and London Based, Mo Omar is a fast-rising talent with a unique perspective. Winner of the Leicester Square New Comedian Of the Year 2017 competition and semi-finalist in the So You Think You’re Funny and Amused Moose 2017 competitions. Finalist in the BBC Introducing Radio 4 Comedy Award 2019. ‘Omar has a winningly irreverent attitude to sacred cows, with a fresh and feisty delivery that gives him a contemporary edge’ - Chortle

Charlie George
Charlie is a former circus performer and dancer, she came to comedy to find her voice. Turns out her voice is a lot like an 18th-century white man’s trapped inside the body of a queer brown lady.
Further acts to be announced!

Doors 8pm Line Up subject to change. 18+
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