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.
Some Night (In King's Cross)
Wednesday 15 April
with Suzi Ruffell, Tom Lucy, Nathan Caton, Faye Treacy and more!
As seen on Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, Roast Battle, Ultimate Worrier, Hypothetical, 8 Out of 10 Cats, The Comedy Bus, Stand Up Central and Comedy Central at the Comedy Store. Suzi is also a regular on BBC Radio 4 including The News Quiz and The Now Show, as well as co-hosting the hit podcast Like Minded Friends with Tom Allen. “The impish stand-up is instinctively, exquisitely funny from the moment she sashays onto the stage.” ★★★★ Evening Standard
Starting stand-up at just sixteen, Tom Lucy quickly established himself as one of the most exciting new comedians in the UK. In 2019, Tom embarked on his first UK tour which included a sold-out show at London's Leicester Square Theatre. Autumn 2019 will see Tom support Jack Whitehall on his UK Arena Tour.
Nathan’s award winning combination of personal and topical anecdotes has led to appearances on Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, Russell Howard’s Good News, BBC Radio 4’s Now Show, News Quiz and his hit BBC Radio 4 sitcom, Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing. ‘A charming and convincing operator’ – The List. ‘More than material, presentation is Caton’s strongest suit and he’s confident, charismatic and upbeat’ – Chortle.
Faye Treacy is a multi talented performer, musician and broadcaster. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music she has played with the likes of Rod Stewart, The Maccabees, The Selector too the Hackney Colliery Brass Band. Turning her hand to comedy she went on to win Best Newcomer at the Musical Comedy Awards in 2015. Since then she has been making a name for herself on the UK circuit as well as presenting her own weekend show on Scala radio.
'One of the most unique performances you'll see at the Fringe this year... simultaneously childish, genius and inescapably memorable. - ShortCom
'Treacy’s charm soon wins us round... her one-liners are expertly crafted and sharp' - The List
Lindsey has taken the circuit by storm since making her debut in 2015 and is still one of the best hidden gems on the circuit. Lindsey, who hails from Birmingham, recounts tales of her misadventures in life in a down to earth, side splitting way and performs all over the country, regularly gigging for venues and promoters such as The Glee Club and Funhouse Comedy. Lindsey is also currently starring in Channel 4's 'The Joy of Missing Out' series.
"One of the most naturally hysterical and gifted comedians in recent memory" Joe Lycett
“Innate funny bones” Maureen Younger
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