The next Funhouse Comedy Club night is headlined by Cockney comic Jeff Innocent at the Atrium on Thursday night (April 24).
True cockney Jeff is a comic, actor and star of both radio and TV, his last role being in ‘Call the Midwife’. Looking like a bouncer, but with the intellect of a university professor, his sharp wit and confident charm draws the audience into his lair, then he entertains them with his diverse mix of somewhat surreal subjects.
Supporting is the spookily skillful spirit comedian, Ian D. Montford. He is a deadpan pseudo-psychic who contacts dead celebrities. Having made a number of appearances on radio in February this year, he had his own series, ‘Ian D Montford is Unbelievable’ on BBC Radio 2. With his jokes and quick banter he engages the crowd before starting to communicate with the ‘other side’. His incredible results leave his audiences gasping with incredulity.
Also appearing will be the lively El Purnell, as a comic from Ecuador he performs his act in Spanish while interacting with the crowd to their delight. As well as Pete Teckman, with his mix of self deprecating and observational humour.
Compere for the night is the engaging and energetic Spiky Mike. Tickets are £8 in advance. Doors open at 8pm for an 8.30pm start. For more details and bookings go to www.funhousecomedy.co.uk