Tuesday 7th March
The Coach House, Kings Arms, Kings Street, Tring
Start 7.30pm (Doors 7.00pm)
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Since being crowned Scottish Comedian Of The Year at just 23, Larry’s star has continued to rise and rise, with his debut Edinburgh Fringe show Out Now! receiving widespread critical and audience acclaim as well as a Fosters Comedy Award nomination for Best Newcomer. Following his success in Edinburgh, Larry brought the show to London in January 2016 for a series of packed out performances at The Soho Theatre and then on to the Melbourne Comedy Festival where he was one of the standout performers on the Allstars Supershow Opening Night Gala. Larry returned to Edinburgh this year with eagerly awaited new show Farcissist, for which he won the Amused Moose Comedy Award for Best Show.
2016 has seen Larry star on Live From The BBC on BBC2, having already appeared twice on BBC Presents: Best Of The Edinburgh Festival. He’s also performed alongside some of the biggest names in UK comedy, having supported the likes of Eddie Izzard on tour and performed twice at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, in 2014 and 2015.
Bilal was nominated for Best Newcomer for his debut show at the Edinburgh fringe 2016.
New Act of the Year award winner Bilal joined the company of previous winners such as Stewart Lee, Ardal O’Hanlon, Joe Wilkinson and Linda Smith when he came top of the bill at this year’s New Act of the Year Awards. In 2015 he was the runner up at the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year competition. He has appeared on BBC3, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network, and has written for The Independent.
“witty and absorbing…highly entertaining. I look forward to whatever Zafar cooks up next”
Dominic Maxwell, The Times
“Delivers big laughs” Brian Logan, The Guardian
"fascinating and hilarious in equal measure"
Ian Jones, i-D
Joe's writing career began when his first book Touch and Go Joe about his experiences of OCD was published, since then he has made a name for himself as a stand-up comic, writer and speaker. Joe now focuses mainly on his unique brand of political comedy and in 2012, Joe was asked to support Alexei Sayle on his comeback tour.
Joe is now frequently performing stand up in comedy clubs around the UK.
Night of the Living Tories was Joe’s debut hour long stand up show, in which he dug up the corpses of the British Conservative Party of the past and put them on display to horrifying consequence. Joe took his follow up show, 10 Thing I Hate About UKIP, to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016.