Preet Singh headlines a night of fun and laughter
Preet Singh is a stand up comedian, writer, podcaster and radio host. First hitting the London circuit in March 2018 he has quickly established himself as a reputable new act. Early achievements include beating multiple, ruthless Gong shows.
Headlining May’s show is circuit veteran, Adam Bloom (as seen on Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, and Channel 4’s Comedy Lab). Adam performed his first sell-out solo show at the 1996 Edinburgh Festival and he has been selling out shows and winning awards ever since.
Toussaint Douglass is one of comedy’s most exciting and talked about new names and is already making serious waves across the industry. His innovative brand of stand up mixes the personal with the political, whilst adding a uniquely absurdist slant to brilliant comic effect.
Earl Okin’s first TV appearance was a child on the show All Your Own in 1959,but he began his career proper as a musician, recording his first single in the Sixties at Abbey Road. During the Seventies, he opened for such acts as Fairport Convention, Van Morrisson and Wings.
Also in the Seventies, he
July’s show will be headlined by Stephen Bailey, touted as a superstar in the making by The British Comedy Guide. Stephen is a proud northern, working class, gay man. His multi-award nominated indecorous brand of gossipy humour has singled him out as one of the UK's most sought-after headline acts.
Whole Lotta Comedy returns in September - headlined by Britain’s Got Talent favourite, Jonny Awsum. Jonny has performed his crowd-pleasing, feel-good brand of musical comedy all over the world, rising to be one of the most sought after headline acts on the UK circuit.
Our final Whole Lotta Comedy club for 2022 will be headlined by one of the most celebrated stars in British comedy, Tez Ilyas. Tez’s shows at the Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre have received critical acclaim. His recent television appearances include Live at The Apollo, & The Last Leg