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Half Moon Comedy Club

Monday 15 March 2010 at 8.30pm in The Bar



A regular at Jongleurs, the Glee Club and the Comedy Store, and proud winner of the Weakest Link Comedians’ Special, Andy is a Brummie who escaped from a call centre to become a stand up comic. Andy's performance embraces a range of humour from observational and topical to the downright silly.

"The laughs turned to applause many times for Andy" Suzanne Worthington, BBC Cumbria
"Had me exercising my pelvic floor muscles to avoid an accident" Karen Slater, BBC Tees


English Comedian of the Year - finalist 2009
thelondoncomic - finalist 2008
Jane’s sharp, intelligent observational comedy is charming, but with a real twist in the tail.  Her jaundiced views on love, life and relationships strike a chord with audiences of all ages. 
She is also a published novelist, with three psychological thrillers to her name.
 "Genuine belly-laughs." - Three Weeks
"It’s not often that a short thesis on a Germanic pre-Nazi Modern Art movement gets a belly laugh but Jane managed just that." - HaHa Comedy


Rob Coleman is a pure gag merchant. He has bags of one liners and puns, ranging from the daft to the dark.Finalist in The Laughing Horse Big Big Big New Act Competition 2008
His gags were hard and fast, one liner after one liner which the crowd loved. I urge people to get out and see this guy, he is pure entertainment”. West Midlands Comedy Forum


Based at the Custard Factory in Birmingham, Funbags is a Comedy Improvisation Troupe. Games in the style of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' are given the Funbags treatment as they blag their way through the unpredictable, often hilarious, sometimes strange and unnerving world of improve, guided only by wit and a s(l)ick sense of humour.


Craig has performed all over the country since he first took the mic in 2004. He was finally caught and made to give the mic back, but still performs regularly.

Craig Deeley’s star is in its ascendancy with his assured delivery, broad appeal and original funny viewpoint on life." - Mrs Barbara Nice

Tickets: £5.00

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