Comedy comes to Windsor

After a successful trial njght in June, the Chili is setting up residency in the Windsor Macdonald Hotel. Let's see if her Maj pops in for a laugh!

Doors Open 7:30pm

Show Starts 8:30pm





James is a dry, slick and subtle stand-up who delivers unexpected twists

and turns during his set as he deconstructs his art.


He made his name as a model and actor, and is best known for

seminal roles in ‘Hollyoaks’ (C4) and ‘Casualty’ (BBC1) and presenting

‘SM:TV’ & ‘CD:UK’ (ITV), alongside Cat Deeley. He has appeared on

‘Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ (BBC2), 'Celebrity Come Dine With Me' (C4)

with fellow comedians Paul Foot and Joey Page, and is a regular guest

and contributor on ‘Soccer AM’ (Sky 1) and Radio 5 Live.



Steve is a great visual comedian, harnessing a mind-boggling array of gadgets and gags to keep his audience in stitches. Funny, frenetic and

mad, his act can feature anything from blowing up a woman and eating balloons, to cutting his hand off and doing press-ups on his willy.


His unique form of slapstick comedy is backed up with astounding talent;

he plays the guitar like a genius, can juggle 5 balls, ride a unicycle

and is fluent in Serbo-Croatian!


Steve’s many TV credits include 'The Stand-Up Show' (BBC1),

'The Big Stage' (C5), and more recently twice on 'The Slammer' (CBBC).



An Essex girl who actually champions her home town of Basildon, Sam’s got a clear persona – a woman of limited ambition and proud of the fact – and comes across as upbeat and endearing.


Sam began her comedy career in 2009 and soon became a popular performer on the Brighton comedy circuit. She reached the semi-finals of the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year Award in 2010 and the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award in 2011.


2013 started well with Sam winning 2nd place in the prestigious NATY Final with her brilliant set at the Bloomsbury Theatre. After judging the final, Jenny Eclair wrote, ‘She writes proper jokes, a really nicely hung together set, very good work!’




Inside every middle aged, middle class, white man, there's a Dan Kielty struggling to keep it together.


First taking to the comedy mic as a dare, Dan realised during that first performance that everything he had done with his life prior to that had been a complete waste of time.


Since then, by some fluke, he's managed to share stages with many of his comedy heroes including Katherine Ryan, Zoe Lyons and Joe Wilkinson.


His 'every man' charm and endearing observations have quickly made him a popular act with audiences and fellow comedians.