The Cheeky Monkey Comedy club takes place at the Dark House pub, 147 Alcester Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP

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Previous Show - 16th September 2014

 

Great show and nicely full.


Matt Price

The really audience loved him.  There were times when I saw almost entire sections of the audience collapse on the floor laughing....and this was happening over and over again; the whole audience rolling about laughing. He mucks about chatting to members of the audience, doing quite a bit of improve and he has honed his gags to perfection


Keiran Lawless

For me he was the act of the night. He had the audience eating out of the palm of his hand – he had this amazing rapport with the first two rows of the audience and throughout the night he was bouncing around jokes based on these members of the audience. Really, really funny


Tom Appleton

Great act and one that is so  likable. He comes on stage dressed an aggressive punk, complete with spiked hair. It quickly becomes apparent that this is the sweetest guy you’ve ever met – indeed a very middle class punk.

Great material about his family and at one stage we discovered that his sister was in the audience whom he introduced to us. His sister was born with a disabling condition which meant it was difficult for her to walk – through shear courage she has overcome this disability and will be running a half marathon in two weeks. Quite moving really.


Murray Porter

A very interesting act, since he is going down the story telling line of comedy, He managed to hold the attention of audience as he recounted the time he was mugged in London. Lots of laughs during this story.


Rick Murtagh

Another interesting act, in which the premise is that his life is full of negative thoughts about everything. This is recounted through his time when he worked at the call-centre for Kentucky Fried Chicken, dealing with customer complaints. Lots of witty observations.