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UAB Comedy Club – June 20th
June 20 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm| Price: Free
Come and have a laugh in the Clubroom with our UAB Comedy Club, hosted by Celya AB 🎙
Pay what you want in. No tickets, no fuss! Food available until 9 pm.
Full line-up below…
Headline – Jo Enright
Most recently seen playing the part of ‘Angela’ in ITV Sitcom The Job Lot, Jo Enright has starred alongside Steve Coogan in I’m Alan Partridge and with Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights.
Other recent comedy roles include in BBC Two Sitcom Lab Rats playing the part of Cara and on BBC/HBO’s Life’s Too Short as Warwick Davis’ wife Sue.
“One of the most naturally gifted comic talents I’ve ever seen.”– Peter Kay
For more than a decade now the highly acclaimed comedienne Jo Enright has crafted a completely unique style of stand-up comedy.
As well as accepting numerous invitations to perform it both on television and radio, Jo also thrives on live theatre performances, for which she has won several comedy awards including the 2002 Chortle Award for ‘The Best Female Circuit Comic.’ and 2001 Best Female on the Jongleurs Comedy Circuit award.
Based in the West Midlands Hannah is a regular on both the local and national circuits and is regularly gigging for a number of clubs and promoters including Hilarious Comedy, Hilarity Bites, CAN Comedy, MY Comedy and more…
Nominated Best Act – Midlands Comedy Awards – 2017.
An animation editor by day, he made his stand-up debut in 2017 after a friend signed him up for an open mic night, and has since taken part in the BBC New Comedy Award 2018.
Among his inspirations are Ross Noble, Bill Burr, “as well as endless Billy Connolly videos that I watched from far too young an age.”
Celya Ab is the most unique emerging talent on the UK circuit. Originally from Paris, France and of French – Algerian origins. Celya is now residing in the sunny city of Birmingham and has been making a huge impression on the UK comedy scene despite only starting her comedy career in 2017.
“I was shocked and appalled by Celya’s sharp and annoyingly observant gags. An exciting and promising writer.” – Joe Lycett