My what a killer line-up we have for you this month! – FRI 31st MAY – Book Early as we anticipate another sell out show this month!
Headlining for us huge Cottage Fave…
ITV Show me the Funny Winner
ITV Take the mic Winner
Patrick blends a high energy comedy style with hilarious and engaging topical and observational material. Known for working a room, Patrick is adored by his audiences with whom he makes an effortless connection! Due to his extremely clean and highly accessible material Patrick has developed a solid footing on both the International, UK comedy circuit as well as Corporate Circuit as an
After Dinner speaker and an Awards Host.
Patrick was also the resident studio warm up Artiste for a number of seasons on Jonathan Ross show, ‘The Paul O’Grady Show’ (C4)
“This gifted livewire commands the stage with a mix of wit and force of personality” (Evening Standard)
“Lovable Stuff” (The Independent)
“Omid Djalili meets Dave Allen” (Daily Mail)
Carly performed her 1st ever stand-up gig at the Comedy Cottage and she has gone from strength to strength since, appearing on the Rob Brydon Show, starring on various BBC and ITV shows (even hosted her own show) She also played the prestigious Hammersmith Apollo.
Alongside performing her much loved musical comedy, she successfully runs (alongside her comedy partner Alyssa Kyria) BYOB (Bring your own baby) comedy shows for new mums all around the UK. We are delighted to welcome back our cottage sweetheart.
“Smutty outspoken jolity” – (The Telegraph)
“A bundle of energy” – (The Sun)
Comedian/Actor, Winner of EMMA Award for Best Asian Comedian
Seen in Madonna’s film ‘Filth and Wisdom’ BBC’s Pulling, Holby City & Much more.
“Elaborate and engaging….perceptively witty” (ThreeWeeks)
“A thorough delight from start to finish” (Time Out)
List Magazine Top Pick of the Free Fringe 2017
Jen Wakefield will bring some new comedy raps, characters and storytelling. She recently had her own show play at the Soho theatre and will soon be heard hosting her own BBC Radio 1 comedy podcast.
‘A bright talent with a proud heritage’ (List)
C4 So You Think You’re Funny Finalist 2004
“Charming Brummie with a nice take on life” – Gay Times
“His set was over far too quickly” – BBC
MC SAJEELA KERSHI
Winner of Asian Women of Achievement 2015 (Arts & Culture)
Winner Argos Angel Award for artistic achievement 2015
“Smart, funny with a mischievous glint” (The Times)
“Magnetic, lovable and extremely witty” (The Spectator)
*Profits to Macmillan Cancer*