Join us for this great late night Saturday line up of comedy with Pierre Novellie, Lou Sanders, Emma Sidi and MC for the evening, London Hughes.
London Hughes, MC
London is an award-winning comedy writer-performer and presenter. Since winning the prestigious Funny Women Awards, she’s gone on to pen and star in TV and radio and become one of the many loved faces of children’s television, culminating in the latest series of CITV’s weekend breakfast show, Scrambled! She will be debuting her one woman show ‘London Hughes Superstar’ at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017.
Pierre Novellie is one of the best up-and-coming comedians in the United Kingdom.
Pierre was nominated for Best Club Comic at the 2016 Chortle Awards and appeared in the Channel 4’s Comedy Blap Outsiders later that year. He was also a guest on BBC Radio 4’s The Rest is History hosted by Frank Skinner. Other highlights include appearing on the Joke Thieves pilot for BBC Two opposite Marcus Brigstocke, BBC Three’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live and 4OD’s comedy series Taxi Gags. Pierre’s writing credits include ITV’s Newszoids, Adam Buxton’s Shed of Christmas and Mock The Week. Meanwhile, on the theatre circuit, Pierre has opened for Gary Delaney and Hal Cruttenden on their national tours.
'a big presence...He will go far.'
**** Dominic Maxwell, The Times
Lou Sanders has been has named as one of the top comic’s to watch in Vogue, The Sun, TimeOut, London is Funny, Fest Magazine & Dave TV. Her television highlights include Alan Davies’ As Yet Untitled (DAVE), Live From the BBC (BBC), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Comedy Up Late from the Melbourne Comedy Festival (ABC1). She has also appeared on and written for numerous shows for channels including Channel 4, Sky, BBC and ITV and has just released the short film Elderflower which she co-wrote with Hannah George (Miranda - BBC1, Trollied – Sky1) and co-stars with Sheila Reid (Benidorm – ITV1), Tom Rosenthal (Friday Night Dinner - Channel 4) and Mike Wozniak (Man Down – Channel 4). Lou also currently has nine projects in with various production companies and commissioners.
Lou’s fifth Edinburgh Fringe show What’s that Lady Doing? received widespread critical acclaim (“Genuinely different” – ★★★★ The Scotsman) and she has performed around the world including Los Angeles and the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
“Utterly delightful, hugely talented…Destined for hugeness”