Don’t Take The Biscuit, comedy night at Shortwave Cafe

On Friday 1st march we will be hosting our very first comedy club night in the heart of Bermondsey at Shortwave Cafe in the Biscuit Factory and we are excited to have some of Britain’s up and coming stand up comedians join us for the show.

Tickets are priced at £10.00 each and this will gain you entry to the comedy show, plus we have our very own DJ’s who will be spinning the tunes until midnight.

Tickets for the show are limited so get them while you can!

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Shortwave Cafe | 100 Clements Rd, London SE16 4DG

Katerina would describe her act as unapologetic, saucy and positively sexual! Most recently performing at Funny Women, Funny Girls Friday at Above the Arts Cabaret Club and with Glass Half Full Theatre Company at the Arcola Theatre. She is also a member of the Soho Young Theatre Company and currently writing her own show called “Tales of Tinderella”



Aaron Meszaros

 A london based Australian comic for over 5 years.   “One of those naturally sharply comedians” – another comic 


Andrew Mensah

 ‘Good enough on a bad day, so let’s make it a great day’ 


George Wheeler

George is young South London comic who is not afraid to cause controversy.


Danny Philpot

 A 30 year old comedian fusing clever punchlines and observational humour. Danny was broadcast on BBC Radio during November last year and regularly writes sketches and jokes for BBC radio. 


Daniel Hillman

 Blessed with the sultry vagueness of your favourite supply teacher, Dan’s weaponised his confusion and deployed it in defence of sanity. This is observational comedy from someone who’s spent most of their life looking the wrong way… 


Jack Hester

 Jack Hester has twice won the blackout at the up the creek comedy club and he has come second at the notorious King gong at the comedy store in Leicester Square. 


Louie Green

 Louie Green is a natural storyteller, interwoven with clever and witty crowd work, which makes him instantly endearing to the audience. 

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