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 - 17th May 2016

 

Oh dear. The comedy was great, but the audience numbers were really low.


Steve Gribbin

Excellent. I had one punter say to me afterwards “I’ve never laughed so much in years”. Steve’s material is top notch and he is not just resting on his laurels. His 30 minute set included new material on Donald Trump. Great.


Neil Cole

Nice laid back act.


Paul Adams

A good five minutes of material from local lad, Paul Adams


Wizzy Janew

Revelation of the night. I just didn’t know what to expect from Wizzy, but he just took the roof off. He is severely blind and his material just hit his disability straight on the head. Sometimes, with disabled comedians, the audience laugh out of politeness, but his material was excellent. For example, the problems of walking home at night as a blind person, when the wheelie bins have been put out for collection.


Harry Stachini

Contary to what the above photo shows, Harry does have a face. He went on after Wizzy who had just ripped the roof off. So it was going to be a difficult job following that. However Harry is clearly a strong act – hailing from Liverpool, his ten minutes centred on a tale of catching a bus home one night and some of the characters on it. Good material.


Rik Carranza

With only 20 people in the audience, this was going to be a tough gig as a compere. Yet, Rik managed it really well. He is confident, has really good material to dip into and bantered with the audience well. A really good comic that has headline quality material.