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Previous Show - 2nd April 2016 - 'Beat the Honk' show

 

Great show and a packed house. The audience was very boisterous and ‘up for it’

The winners of our show were:
Houssem Rhaiem – the audience choice
Alex Black – the judges choice
Moses Ali Khan – ‘special mention’ by the judges.


Moses Ali Khan

This is a great act and if he can make this into 20 minutes, he could be massive. Last night was the first time he had done this set.
It is a very laid back dark humour, with jokes such as “I belong to a minority group. I’m a registered sex offender. Only joking. I’m not registered”
Or
“my friend has just moved to Saudi Arabia and on the first day his wife lost 11 pounds in weight. She was beheaded”


Alex Black

He has come on a treat and this set was superb. Very Birmingham based, with gags about how Brummies change the names of certain places to make it sound really attractive. For example, Brummies called traffic roundabouts ‘islands’.

He finished off his set with a George Formby version of The Smiths. Very good


Karen Bayley

I need to give a special mention to Karen. As compere she was brilliant. By the end of the night she had the audience cheering and whooping, as if it was one big house party. Also, she gave some great advice on running this ‘Beat the Honk’ show, which we used.


Houssem Rhaiem


Nicky Priest


Timothy Mahon


Paul Adams


Ade Wakelin


Jay Islaam


Karl Adams