Monday 19th March
The Coach House, Kings Arms,
King Street, Tring. HP23 6BE.
Show starts 7.30pm (Doors 7pm)
FULL FESTIVAL PASSPORT £75
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The Tringe Aperitif continues with this fabulous line up including Tring Favourite Larry Dean. He's joined by a couple of great young comics Jake Lambert and Eshaan Akbar. 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.
Jake Lambert serves up an all-new hour of stand up.
Jake carved out a career as a stand-up after gaining a following on Twitter under the pseudonym @LittleLostLad, deciding to put down his iPhone and pick up a microphone - clearly the right decision as he's gone on to support Rob Beckett, Seann Walsh and Kerry Godliman on tour and is also now writing for 8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week and The News Quiz.
"He's got gags to burn, and can weave them seamlessly into his routines... he's a talent." Chortle
Work in Progress is a preview of the brand-new show from award-winning comedian and writer Larry Dean.
Following hot on the heels of Larry’s UK wide tour of his Edinburgh Fringe 2017 success, Fandan, and his Live at the Apollo debut, this is an hour of new material from an ‘unexpected and excellent’ (The Sunday Times) rising star.
Has the easy charm of an arena comic and the high joke rate too - The Guardian
Superb timing… deserves much success ****
The Daily Mirror
One of the brightest rising stars
WINNER: Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2016
A winner of the Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2016.
In 2016, Eshaan performed at the Edinburgh Festival in both CKP’s The Lunchtime Special (12.30pm, The Tron) and Eshaan Akbar & Friends (10.45pm, Gilded Balloon).
His professional career has taken him from private banking through to corporate communications via a career in local government public policy. He has previously written for The Guardian, The Times online, The Observer New Review and The Huffington Post UK. He is a member of the UK Speechwriters Guild and Fellow of the RSA.
Born and raised in East London, he is a Manchester United fan (obviously) and has torn cricketing allegiances – he fails the Tebbit test every time. He has previously dabbled in Bollywood dance choreography.
“So slick, I could have been watching a Live at the Apollo set” (Bruce Dessau)
“A story that’s likely to go far” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)