Cheesy charmer headlines Queen’s Comedy club
PUBLISHED: 15:36 22 September 2011 | UPDATED: 15:36 22 September 2011
Comedy Club at the Queen’s Theatre makes a welcome return on Thursday with superb stand-ups Rob Deering, Kerry Godliman and Chris Martin.
Rob has delighted Hornchurch audiences over the years with his cheesy charm, slating of popular culture and rock guitar routine.
Rob, who has performed at comedy clubs and festivals across the UK, has been a familiar TV and radio name. Credits include Big Brother’s Big Mouth, 99 Things to Do Before You Die, Strictly Dance Fever and Out To Lunch (BBC Radio 2).
Other than her recent appearances on the popular Birds Eye polar bear adverts, audiences will recognise Kerry Godliman from Channel 4’s popular comedy sketch show Spoons and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow.
Kerry, who has gigged all over the country and worked with Alan Carr, will have everyone in stitches with her hilarious grumbles about shopping, consumerism and women’s emotional overreactions.
Chris Martin isn’t the Coldplay frontman. He is, however, a fresh-faced young comedian and one of the newest and most exciting acts to hit the circuit – with the rare ability to mix intelligent observational humour with the silliest of gags.
Chris also tells a very good story. Tickets for the show, from 8.30pm at the theatre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch, cost £11. Concessions are £9.50.
Call the box office on 01708 443333 or book at www.queens-theatre.co.uk.
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