Bermondsey | Comedy

Out Of Blue presents 8 of the very best up and coming comedians in Britain today plus music from our resident DJ until midnight in the heart of Bermondsey.

About this Event

Fested first comedy night got of to a flyer on Friday 1st march 2019 with a sold out show down at Shortwave Cafe at the biscuit factory in Bermondsey. They had some glorious sets from some of Britain’s best up and coming stand up comedians who had the audience in stitches and helped contribute to Bermondsey’s new comedy night.

Fested second comedy night moves to a different venue for the April event (don’t worry, it remains in The Blue, no Brexit pun intended!)

Joining  on the night will be…

Tamsyn Kelly

omedian, actor and director. As a comedian she has supported Seann Walsh, Omid Djalili and Bridget Christie, she has also appeared with Russell Kane on Rage Room (Channel 4), as well as Things You Shouldn’t Say on BBC3 and The Andy Field Experience on BBC Radio One. Tamsyn directs and performs drag and was a finalist in Man Up 2018.  

Wyahtt Shark

Wyatt Shark is an observational stand up comedian from Bermondsey, south-east London. He uses his charmingly dickensian working class accent and wit to make you laugh ’til you cry.

Randy B

With handgrade mouth and penchant for a swear word. first ever ‘ Comedy Fight Club ‘ winner, Just dont ask to see his trophy. Wobbly Dinosaur comedy project said ” this dude will light up the start middle and end to any show ” 

Danny Mark

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.

Pernilla Holland

Norwegian comic combines silly yet bold standup about observations and terrible life choices. A Norwegian Viking millennial solving crimes of the heart.

Aaron Levene

Aaron Levene is a likable Buddhist Jew comedian with darkly funny tales of neurosis and family, mixed with observational/self-deprecating material. 

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.

Lenny Sherman

“Power-packed performance jammed full of gags – a real blast.” -Steve Bennett, Chortle.

  Book tickets here

Bermondsey Social Club, Arch 19 Almond Road London SE16 3LR

By bus: 1, 381, P12 | Nearest underground station: Bermondsey | Surrey Quays, Canada Water and South Bermondsey are also nearby

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