The Cheeky Monkey Comedy club takes place at the Cross Bar, 147 Alcester Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP

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Previous Show - 14th January 2014

 

Amazing show last night. Venue felt nicely full and every comic was great.



Smurf Docker

This was his first gig for two years, since he has busy been running a pub in Leamington Spa. Even though he admitted he didn't have any material, he had the audience laughing thoughout his act. This was a simple case of someone being funny due to their mannerism and and the way he said things. He simply chatted to the audience and the audience fell about laughing.


John Pendal

A really nice set from John. Fascinating and funny stuff about his life as a gay man. Interesting stuff about men described as 'grizzle bears' in the gay world.


Jonny Emmett

First of all Jonny has a lovely sweet Liverpudian accent Secondly, it turns out that he is a cyle racing nut and his body is covered in images of famous cyclists. He did a fascinating quiz of getting the audience to guess whether the famous cyclist tattooed on his body was dead or alive.


Chris McIloy

His material was really strong, revolving around life as a Northern Ireland Catholic living in England. Each gag had the audience laughing out loud


Laura Lexx

The audience really warmed to her. Her first ten minutes were spent chatting to the audience - she was very good. Her second ten minutes in the second section was gags about life living with a man - strong material.


Jarrad Christmas

He had the audience laughing throughout his set. Great material. Did 35 minutes