Join us aboard the ship for a night of rollicking laughter and good times.
Have you ever been to a comedy show inside a 151 year old ship before? A famous ship? No? Well, now is your chance, and we have an absolutely smashing line-up of hilarious comedians for your enjoyment:
Suzi is one of those acts who has very quietly gone about her business of becoming a completely excellent act and is now on the verge of a major breakthrough.
She has supported Romesh Ranganathan, Kevin Bridges, Josh Widdicombe and Alan Carr on multiple tours and is now on a joint-tour with fellow rising star (and Like Minded Friend, as their podcast says) Tom Allen. She is a born, powerhouse performer and her past two shows, focusing on her working-class Portsmouth upbringing have brought her even closer to the mainstream success that is surely just around the corner. As seen on Channel 4, E4, BBC3, Comedy Central, Dave and heard on BBC Radio 4.
"A stand-up gem." The Guardian"Ruffell deserves to be a much bigger name." Evening Standard"Ruffell has nabbed the working class comedy crown for her generation. Sparky, energising, fun, an accomplished act who knows how to engage an audience." Chortle
One of the biggest, friendliest and funniest of bears working in the UK today, Pierre's comedy is a wonderful mix of Izzard-esque surrealism, erudite scholarship and daft day-to-day observational comedy.
Pierre is a regular correspondent on BBC2’s The Mash Report hosted by Nish Kumar and performed on the most recent series of Stand Up Central on Comedy Central. An acclaimed live act, Pierre is fresh from supporting Frank Skinner in the West End for a month, as well as supporting Hal Cruttenden and Gary Delaney on their national tours. He was nominated for Best Club Comic at the 2017 Chortle Awards for two years running, which is entirely in keeping with this endlessly inventive standup's gilt-edged reputation.
"Dawn of a major talent." Guardian"A show packed full of belly laughs…impressively well written, perfectly building and building and rich with detail…Novellie delivers it all with real astuteness and skill." ★★★★★ The Metro"Wry, confident observational comedy…hilarious." The Sunday Times
Somali-born, Cardiff-raised and London-based, Mo Omar is a fast-rising talent with a unique perspective. Mo was selected to perform in The Pleasance Comedy Reserve show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was a finalist of the BBC Introducing Radio 4 Comedy Award, both in 2019. He made his TV debut on Harry Hill’s Clubnite on Channel 4.
Previously, he was the winner of the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2017 competition, and semi-finalist in the So You Think You’re Funny and Amused Moose 2017 competitions. He created short-form videos for the new BBC Wales platform BBC Sesh, and also starred in an episode of The Joy of Missing Out for All4.
"Omar has a winningly irreverent attitude to sacred cows, with a fresh and feisty delivery that gives him a contemporary edge." Chortle