Dane Baptiste & Friends
7th July 2018, 7.45pm
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Fresh from hosting Live at the Apollo, join one of British stand up’s fastest rising stars as he presents an incredible line up of comedy heroes and cutting edge new talent. As seen on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Mock the Week, Tonight at the London Palladium and his own BBC sitcom Sunny D.
Having exploded on to the stand up circuit last year, multi award winning Alistair Williams has quickly made a name for himself with razor sharp content and high-watt charm. He’s already become a regular at the UK’s most famous venues including The Comedy Store and Up the Creek and is constantly building an ever-growing international presence.
Smart, passionate, impressively quick witted and bursting with infectious confidence, this is stand up that grabs your attention and Alistair Williams is quickly solidifying his place as one of stand up’s most exciting rising stars.
BBC NEW TALENT HOT LIST 2017 | BBC NEW COMEDY AWARD 2016 | CHORTLE STUDENT COMEDY AWARD 2016
An exceptionally smart young man with something to say, Michael Odewale’s stand up covers everything from politics to pigeons. He began performing in 2014 while at university and was a finalist in both the Chortle Student Comedy Award and the BBC New Comedy Award.
A fresh new voice known for delivering sharp, slick and beautifully executed content, Odewale is set to take the comedy world by storm and has already performed at UK’s most famous venues, written for BBC Radio 4 and performed on Chris Ramsay’s Stand Up Central for Comedy Central.
Judi has rapidly become a solid fan favourite and a stand-out performer on the urban comedy circuit in the UK. She is also taking huge steps on the mainstream with her TV and radio appearances. Judi is loved for her brilliant, totally engaging brand of stand-up comedy. Judi uses every day, relatable situations that people from all walks of life can identify with and turns them into comedy gold.
Credits include: Drunk History featured on Comedy Central UK | Pranksterz featured on ITV 2 | Sorry I Didn’t Know featured on ITV 2 | BBC1 Xtra
Slim first performed in 1993 at the Hackney Empire in front of an audience of 1,500 people. Since then he has appeared in every major city in England and Wales ranging from Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Nottingham, Liverpool and Cardiff, these are just a few of many. After winning the “Best Male” stand-up category at the 2004 U.K Black Entertainment Comedy Awards, Slim was then voted in 2005 by other black British comics as their favourite comedian. Slim performed in L.A and performed at World famous Comedy Store and The Laugh Factory where he was voted by the audience to be the best spot on the night!
'A comical genius. 'Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
'Masterfully crafted.'The Herald
'Observational comedy at its finest.'The Independent
'Powerful and persuasive.'Fest Magazine
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7th July - 7th July 2018
7:45pm From 17.00 2018-07-07T19:45:00+01:00
Belvedere Road Coach Park
London SE1 8XX