Monday 26th March
The Coach House, Kings Arms,
King Street, Tring. HP23 6BE.
Show starts 7.30pm (Doors 7pm)
TICKETS £12 *8 Tickets Left*
The Tringe Aperitif continues with a fabulous line of great Tring Favourites. Tring regulars Charlie Baker and Tom Ward are joined by the wonderful Nigel Ng. A stunning line up of acts all testing their new shows in the most intimate of settings at the Coach House.
Come early and have a meal in the Kings Arms - Call 01442 823318 and tell them you're coming to the comedy.
Tickets for this event are no longer available to buy.
Join Charlie Baker as he serves up a hilarious hour of stand-up comedy. As seen on Harry Hill's Tea Time (Sky 1), Channel 4's Comedy Gala and Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central).
"A superior take on the modern showman" -The Guardian
"An absolute romp, with some shout-with-laughter moments" **** -Chortle
Nigel Ng is from Malaysia. Join him as he observes and adopts your Western ways (he just started recycling!)
People describe him as "slick, has natural funnybones" (Chortle).
Amused Moose National New Comic Award 2016 winner.
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2016 nominee.
Nigel was selected to be part of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
Chortle Award winner 2017 – Best Newcomer
Comedian, writer, actor, filmmaker and voice-over artist Tom Ward has made a name for himself in comedy as a finalist in the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014, Leicester Square New Comedian Final 2013 and NATY Final 2014. Tom has forged a successful and unique path in the industry, with his inventive style incorporating his voice-over talents and improvisation, in addition to his innovative writing.
Tom’s provided tour support for Hal Cruttenden and Gary Delaney and in 2018 will be supporting Joe Lycett on tour. He also appeared on Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and has recently filmed for Live At The BBC(BBC World Wide).
In August 2016, Tom performed his debut hour at the Edinburgh Festival, showcasing his fantastic routines about his evangelical parents and his experiences as a manager of a charity shop. Evening Standard listed him as one of the comedians you should know.