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 - 10th May 2016


What a great show! Plus we had a full house, even though it was pouring with rain outside. So thankyou to everyone for making such a great effort.

Jim Tavare

I’ve seen Jim several times, and each time I find him funnier and funnier. With his double bass, this is simply a memorable act with no let up on laugh out loud gags. Memorable scenes include: trying to replicate Jimmy Hendricks using his double bass; his double bass doing a strip tease; Pinocchio being beheaded by ISIS. I’m laughing now thinking of his jokes

Allyson June Smith

What a great opening act. Her energy is just contagious and her gags just had the audience laughing throughout her set. Indeed, she felt more like a headline act than a support act. Her story of the male strippers using paint, had parts of the audience almost collapsing on the floor laughing. She is definitely one to look out for in the future

Karl Adams

Local lad Karl had a 5 minute set. Nicely honing his material

Chelsea Hart

A very interesting act with huge potential. She hails from Alaska and to the best of my knowledge, she is the only Alaskan comic on the UK circuit. Cue gags about salmon fish and Sarah Palin. She has an extrovert personality which means she can win over the most difficult audiences.

Russ Mulligan

A very strong 10 minutes of material. Very funny.

Wayne Deakin

Superb. Great banter with the audience, mixed in with good gags.