Meet the November Comedians
Here's the line up for this month's regular Comedy Club at The Dugdale
Jerry Bakewell- Britain’s most unsuccessful Mexican wrestler. Weighing in at 17-and-a-half stone, Jerry Bakewell is Britain's most unsuccessful Mexican wrestler and Europe's heaviest light entertainer. Winner of the 1993 Les Dennis Bravery Award, Jerry was recently described as a laugh every other minute, following a one-and-a-half minute set.
Sanj Surati- Known for his piercing green eyes, his uncanny wit and his booming charm, Since his first stand up performance in 2017, Sanj has done shows in LA, New York as well as all over London. He is doing a lot of film and TV at the moment and has been fortunate enough to work closely with some incredible Directors including Guy Ritchie, Max Keane and Paul Andrew Williams.
Rebekka Turner - Be prepared to go on an oddball experimental journey! Rebekka explores surreal characterful stand-up comedy with themes focusing around being awkward, sexuality, pop culture and food.
Michael Akadiri- A London based, born and bred stand up comic who has been tipped by ‘One to Watch’ by Amused Moose, has in his short career to date, won London’s notorious King Gong and has reached the finals of the 2019 Amused Moose New National Comic Award.
Lucie Ingram - Lucie beams in from Planet Absurd where she is known as the Leggy Alien with spaced out minimalistic comedy stylings....Comedy to bend your straight mind to which shouldn’t work but does.
Darran Griffiths - A member of our Resistance Family, A comedian, host and podcaster born and raised in Harlow, to Jamaican parents, he has a blend of Caribbean confidence and Essex irreverence. Flagrant, thought-provoking and funny. To date, he has already appeared on television and radio, including Yanga TV, Pulse88 FM and BBC Radio.
Marcuss Tisson - A cheeky unapologetic comedian whose material consists of talking about his kids, partner, work and just plain moaning about everyday life.
Mike Capozzola - A New York-raised, London-based, pro comic and hyphen-aficionado. Brilliant… with a dry sense of humour. Mike can be seen playing an agent in the new Men In Black International film which open this past summer.
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