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 - 8th September 2015


A brilliant show. Every act was great in their own way. The room was also very full, which is impressive considering there was an England match on and it’s the first week when people go back to school.


Dana Alexander

What an amazing act. It is astonishing that she has lived in north Birmingham for the last few years and I’ve never heard of her. Cutting edge material that goes straight for the jugular of racism. The audience were laughing out loud from start to finish of her act. Indeed, I’ve been repeating some of her gags today.


Gareth Berliner

Another Birmingham-based comic who deserves a higher profile. Indeed he popped out of the local hospital, as a patient, to do this gig and went straight back afterwards. Great material, who had the audience laughing straight way.


Andy Stedman

I don’t want to over use the adjective ‘great’, but he was a great compere. He connected well with the audience and wrote a two love songs for a couple in the audience who had been dating for one week. The second song was particular excellent, since it was written for two years time, when the couple start to  get a bit lazy with privacy eg not closing the toilet door. Very, very funny comic


Aiden ‘Taco’ Jones

Taco performed here in May, where we could see the superb act that needed a bit of tweaking. Roll on 4 mouths to this show and he sharpened up his act to a strong ten minutes. One to look out for in the future


Steven Scott

There is a real nugget of a great act here. He started off with some excellent one liners, which revolved around him being an emo (emotional/sensitive teenager). The audience were laughing out loud at these the one liners