The Comedy Grotto: Ivo Graham & more!

Tuesday 26 March

The Star of Kings

A brilliant night of award-winning comedians in aid of Syrian refugees


20:00 – 22:15
The Star of Kings126 York Way
London N1 0AX
The Comedy Grotto is a charity fundraising night of laughs in aid of the UNHCR's Syria appeal, & tipped by The Independent and The Sunday Times.

Time Out praises its "consistently excellent line-ups" that have "comedy connoisseurs drooling".

This month's amazing acts are:

Ivo Graham - As seen on Live at the Apollo and Mock The Week
"Polished, poised...a pleasure to spend an hour in his company" ★★★★ - Fest
'Not an ounce of flab on his routines... a joy' ★★★★ - Telegraph
'A self-deprecating dweeb par excellence, on the brink of comedy's Premier League' - ★★★★ Evening Standard

Olga Koch - Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee 2018
"Unique, interesting and, most importantly, very funny...an extremely promising debut from a bright new comedy talent" ★★★★ - The Skinny
"An assured and endearing hour of stand-up storytelling...a very confident debut" ★★★★ - The Telegraph

Eleanor Morton - tour support for Frankie Boyle and writer for Radio 4's Newsquiz
“A thoroughly enjoyable hour of accomplished and skilful stand-up” - The Skinny
“One of the most exciting rising stars of the British comedy circuit” ★★★★ - Young Perspective

Joe Jacobs - Comedian and hip-hop artist, BBC New Comedy Award 2017 shortlist
"Jewish Mike Skinner with jokes" ★★★★ - The Wee Review
"Comedy Gold" ★★★★ - Broadway Baby

Alex Kealy - Evening Standard's Best Jokes of Edinburgh 2017
"A storming show from the whimsical funnyman" - The Sunday Times
“Clever comedy...you’ve done yourself some internal damage from laughing so much” ★★★★ - Shortcom

Sam Lake (MC) - Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian Winner, 2018
"Fantastic company...a thoroughly engaging larger-than-life personality" - Chortle
"Fabulous and worth going to see" - Theatre Reviews

Rajiv Karia - stand-up and 1/3 of sketchers Fish Finger Fridays
“The gem of the night” - Intermission Bristol
"Dry wit akin to Jack Dee" - Voice Magazine
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