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Live At The Utopia
August 31, 2017.7:30 pm-10:00 pm£8.00
Live At The Utopia returns with a night you will not want to miss. Thanks to the crowd that packed out our theatre for our debut show it seems there’s a real buzz around these upcoming dates.
Matt Burden (A Place In Space, The Hideaway, FPW, IPW) returns to host the evening and has assembled together a group of talent that will once again delight and make you glad you saw them at this intimate venue.
“Sarah never fails to deliver on stage and equally is an absolute joy to have on a bill.”
Sarah Iles is an up and coming stand-up comedian from the glorious and safe streets of London. She travels around England, not just to give her friends and family a rest but, to share her brand of silly humour and stories to all audiences. Ultimately to bring more fun to people’s lives. And we all need more fun, eh?!
As seen at The Hideaway, The Fairfield Halls, Komedy Krackers and more.
Pro Wrestler turned comedian, Danny has very quickly garnered himself a reputation for joke and storytelling as though he’s been doing it for years. A man of many past jobs and experiences, he never fails to surprise and entertain. An act not to be missed. Enjoy him on this small stage while you can. Recent survivor of The Blackout at Up The Creek.
A comical parody of a Welsh Superstar, Tom Mones will moan on to his audience about his ailments, old age and life in the “Past Caring” old people’s home.
Tom will entertain his audience through hilarious songs including the “Green, Green Grass of the Old People’s Home” and “What’s up with my Pussycat?” Tom is the ideal host for an evening of entertainment and regularly comperes at Wild Cabaret in Glasgow, he is perfect for comedy guest spots as his re-worked version of ‘Delilah’ – “Alzheimers” has audiences singing along with the Welsh Legend.
Rick has performed stand up since June 2012 and is a conversational/confessional style comedian who touches on his fears, misanthropy and idealistic silliness.
Rick was also a finalist in the London Comedy Store King Gong competition.
‘Loved your act – f****** mental!’ (Jeff Innocent)
‘… a bearded and delightfully funny man with a knack for finding the funny in the everyday banality of life’ (Performance Reviewed).