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Our regular comedy night returns!
Danny is one of the most popular acts from the worlds of comedy, magic and entertainment and is a joyous host for a night of great fun.
This month Danny will be introducing Jarlath Regan, Kate Lucas and Elizabeth Hotson.
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Jarlath Regan is an Irish comedian, writer, illustrator creator and host of the Irishman Abroad podcast.
Since the age of 24 he has made his living performing standup across Ireland, the UK and the rest of the world including the Edinburgh, Montreal, Chicago, Melbourne, New Zealand and Dubai Comedy Festivals.
In 2013 he moved to London to perform standup. 6 months later he created the award-winning Irishman Abroad podcast series. The collection of in-depth, long-form interviews with well-known Irish emigrants and people of Irish heritage has earned rave reviews from The Guardian, Telegraph and Irish Times, and has featured Hozier, Sharon Horgan, Brian O’Driscoll, Chris O’Dowd, Sir Terry Wogan, Glen Hansard, Aidan Gillen, Sonia O’Sullivan, Boy George, Dylan Moran, Lisa Hannigan, Graham Linehan and many many more. It is listened to by more than one million people worldwide.
Kate Lucas is an award winning musical comedian, who is known for her razor sharp and deliciously dark songs.
She combines catchy melodies with original lyrics to showcase her playfully bitter musings on life. Audiences have come to expect examples of what not to say and how not to behave from this gloriously talented young comic.
In 2014 she took home the title for the prestigious Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year and her performances since have been met with huge critical acclaim.
She has since gone on to build a seriously impressive reputation on the circuit, storming it every weekend to packed out crowds at the country’s most famous comedy venues including The Glee Clubs, The Comedy Café and Up the Creek.
“A true musical genius” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
“Wickedly naughty and deliciously dark” Broadway Baby
“Belly laughs and wide-eyed did-she-really-say-that horror” Fest Magazine
Elizabeth Hotson is a journalist for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service reporting on topics around food, travel and of course comedy, but when she steps on stage – anything can happen.