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The Official Comedy Club

The Royal Hotel
6.30 pm to 12.00 am

The Official Comedy Club returns to The Royal Hotel Southend-On-Sea

Live Comedy Is Back! Join us at Southend’s only professional Comedy Club! Enjoy 3 top comedians from the prestigious UK circuit, all set in the stylish surroundings of the Grand Ballroom.

Venue: The Royal Hotel, 1 High Street, Southend-On-Sea, Essex, SS1 1JE

Tickets: £17.50

Doors Open:  6.30pm | Food Served ‘til: 7.45pm | Show Time: 9.00pm | Bar ‘til: Midnight

Box Office: 01702 899 222

Book Online: www.thecomedyclub.co.uk


Host Comedian –
Mandy Muden

As Seen on Britain’s Got Talent 2018

“Hi, I’m Mandy – and I do tricks!” is how the one and only Mandy Muden introduces herself. Described as like “Alison Steadman playing a beauty consultant doing Tommy Cooper-style magic – but without the fez”, Mandy would take that as a compliment. With an act made for the digitally enhanced age, Mandy has audiences astounded with both the brilliance of some (certainly not all) of her magic and in hysterics at her off-the-cuff one-liners and observations.

Opening Comedian Leo Kearse

“Kearse is seriously good. Quick, funny, smart and to the point…hilarious”, The Scotsman

Lanky Scot LEO KEARSE is part of the new wave of raw, bold, American-inspired comedians taking the big UK clubs by storm.. Leo has toured internationally, performing on four continents.
Leo is the 2015 Dave TV UK Pun Champion. He’s a regular on TalkSPORT Extra Time and Fubar Radio’s Mark Dolan Eats The News. He’s also appeared on ITV’s Dinner Date, Britain’s Got Talent, BBC2’s Funny Business and Al Jazeera, and had viral YouTube hits featured in the Metro and Daily Mail. Aside from performing, he’s written for some of the biggest names in comedy.

Headline ComedianColin Cole

“He mesmerized the audience; they only took their eyes off him to laugh” The Melbourne Age

Colin is literally one of the biggest names in comedy in Australia – not only is he 6′ 7″, he is also known for his hugely dynamic performance. His delivery is fast and furious, and his material ranges from the topical to the observational. Colin Cole’s comedy TV credits read like a “‘guide to Australian Television” they include hit shows such as ‘Hey Hey’, ‘The Max Gillies Show’ and ‘Bingles’. He has toured extensively in the US, Canada and Hawaii, and now he’s also taking the UK by storm. He’s been described by The New York Times as “One of the most exciting performers to come out of Australia since Skippy!”

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