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 - 15th March 2016

 

Great show with each comic slightly different in style. Packed out.


Susan Murray

A great end to the night. She uses her working class Black Country roots to perfection. Bang, bang, bang, her gags hit home each time. Wonderful.


George Rigden

What a great act – guitar and banter act. He has strong headline material. Right from the moment he walked on stage he had the audience laughing out loud. He songs about Hanna and Alex, two members of the audience, was hilarious. Superb


Saskia Preston

She is a really interesting act. In many respects a British Emo Philips. She has this awkward hair style, combined with a nervous laugh inbetween her one liners….and her one liners are excellent. A strong 10 minutes that flew by.


Radu Isac

Another fascinating act. Newly arrived from Romania, Radu had the audience almost collapse on the floor with laughter when he said “…and no, I am not Aleksandr from the Meerkats”. He does sound exactly as one of the Meerkats and combine this with his surreal meanderings about the world and this is a hilarious. Honestly, I could see members of the audience rocking to and fro in their seats with laughter.


Dom Lister

What a fantastic compare. I always say this, a great compere is someone who manages to make the audience part of the show and Dom did this. Out of the audience he created these memorable characters: Jim the Odd Job man, Richard the Vicar, finding Simon and finally Fat Chops the cat. A truly memorable performance.