Come join our 3rd birthday!

November's night of comedy brings Tony Marrese as MC; magic and laughs from John Lenahan; Benji Waterstones; Harriet Braine; and Peter Ford

Doors Open 7:30pm

Show Starts 8:30pm





John Lenahan came to Britain from his native Philadelphia for a short trip and has never quite made it back.


He has performed onstage all over the world, from Beijing to Dubai to Dublin. He has toured alongside Jack Dee, Victoria Wood,

Lenny Henry and Michael Ball.


2004 saw him starring in a new primetime BBC1 show, 'Secrets of Magic'.

His own BBC2 series, 'Stuff The White Rabbit', achieved record ratings for the slot. Other TV credits include presenting the travelogue 'Open Road', playing the voice of the toaster in 'Red Dwarf', and guest appearances on everything from 'TFI Friday' to 'Celebrity Squares'.



Tony Marrese, comedian, actor and writer. Presenter of the critically acclaimed 'Heavy TV' for Channel 4, 'How to be a man' Channel 4, 'Fanboys Anonymous' for Flip TV, Plus many online series & sketches for 'KILL TV' & 'Wildseed'


New Act of the Year finalist. “TONY IS EXCELLENT” - 'TIME OUT

“One of the best live comics we have ever seen” - BROADWAY BABY... Tony's act is an urban surreal medley of impressions, gags and wonderful madness.





Benji is a junior doctor, hence moving into comedy. By day he specialises in psychiatry and by night in 'gentle' stand-up (which he's worried means just-not-that-funny). But, if you do split your sides (listening to another comic) don't worry he'll probably know a proper doctor who could help. You're in safe hands.


"The cardigan, slouch and world-weariness of a young Jeremy Hardy"









Harriet Braine is a musical comedian, who dedicates a remarkably large portion of her oeuvre to Art History.


After winning Best Newcomer at the 2016 Musical Comedy Awards, she started gigging around London and the South East and has played at venues as diverse as Up The Creek, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Brighton Komedia, and that building that looks like a cheese grater. She reached the final of Gilded Balloon’s So You Think You’re Funny? competition, and was crowned the winner of the Funny Women Stage Award 2016.


She has written and performed for BBC 100 Women Season, and the Royal Television Society.





Peter is seventy and frankly looks every day of it. He started stand-up

at the age of sixty four at the Whiteleaf Comedy Club in Croydon and

has appeared on the circuit as a regular ever since.


He talks endlessly about little old ladies, sex, Viagra and a

whole lot of other leading edge stuff (not).


A well-known humorous public speaker, and has been a member of 'Toastmasters International' for thirteen years.