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WE'RE ALL MAD COMEDY May 16th@The Park Theatre with Ava Vidal & The Betamales!

  • May 16, 2014 · 7:30 PM
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We're All Mad Comedy is back! Remember that small comedy night that started in a basement in Tufnell Park? You might have been one of those audience members who came and supported! Well,we have graduated to The Park Theatre in Finsbury Park with even BIGGER and BETTER acts for your delight! Come THIS FRIDAY and have some lovely food off the Theatre menu,sup the delicious wines from the bar and laugh your socks off at the top class comedy we have on offer......

Ava Vidal

Mock the Week, Live At the Apollo, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Comedy Central's The World Stands Up

"Well-structured, well written and skilfully delivered" The Scotsman

"Effective laughs from a position not often heard... Juggles the profound and the irreverent rapidly alternating between the two." Chortle

"Stand-up with a harsh, dark edge, a refreshing change from all the feel-good crap." Melbourn Post

Beta Males

AmusedMoose/2Entertain Laughter Awards “Top Ten” Edfringe Show

Chortle Award Best Sketch/Character Act Nominees 2012

“A slick, hilarious sketch show… Genius.” The Sunday Times

“Highly of the most exciting, gloriously funny acts out there.” Time Out

“Original sketch comedy” The Guardian

"Hilarious…a furnace of invention… fast establishing themselves as one of the best sketch teams." Steve Bennett, Chortle

"Brilliant... a joyously daft romp." Jay Richardson, Fest “Everything comedy should be.” Spoonfed

Elf Lyons

Funny Women Finalist & Runner Up 2013

"She is just too talented for someone barely twenty [...] expect her to be a major star." One4Review

Aideen McQueen

Aideen McQueen is one of Ireland's top female stand ups, having gotten to the final of "funny Funny" comedy competition after just her third gig she started to gig all over Ireland and the UK in clubs such as the International, The Laughter Lounge and The Stand. Spencer Jones

Big Babies, BBC

The star of BBC’s hit series ‘Big Babies’ returns to the stage to delve into his far more adult mind. Expect surreal delectations on the seemingly mundane world around you

Miles Lloyd

Welsh, toothless, musical comedian - has to be seen to be believed. Big laughs, great songs and a bit of mayhem may be involved.

Has been seen ambling around Soho Theatre in Arthur Smith’s new show ‘Arthur Smith sings Leonard Cohen’.

Mandy Dassa

Funny Women Semi-Finalist 2013

"Ridiculously loud and obnoxiously absolute triumph" Three Weeks ****

"Never adhering to the maxim less is more." Chortle

"Mandy Dassa is wonderful." The Stage ****

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Friday 16th May




Full £9

Concession £8

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MANDY DASSA is the HOST for this Event.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    A terrible evening. It was all very juvenile and all performers were really shouting - and considering the size of the room you didn't even need a mike. I left as soon as I could!

    May 17, 2014

  • Ed

    New comedy acts have to start somewhere, and this evening, I wished that some of these had started somewhere else. "Sue", a fellow attendee, left before the end of the first half, and frankly, she had a point. I nearly followed her. But, made of sterner stuff (or perhaps being less discerning) I stuck it out. And amongst the dross there was the odd glimmer of hope. The chap who did a "silent" first half with a sketch about a baby and sound effects was initially dismal, but if/when he abandons this and concentrates on the style adopted for the second half, he could be really good. And his (later) enthusiasm was disarming. And the last lady - expressing her dislike of her children - was pleasingly understated and witty. Would I go again? Maybe, if there was nothing better on offer, and in the hope of finding the odd diamond amongst the depressingly large amount of soot in this evening's "entertainment".

    May 17, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Shall I buy a ticket now or wait?

    May 14, 2014

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