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Essential Information

Type Evenings & Lates
Location
Cutty Sark
Date and Times Sunday 26 June | 6.30pm-8.30pm (Doors open at 6pm)
Prices Adult: £15.00 | Members: £13.50

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Our evenings of comedy at Cutty Sark continue, with three excellent comedians lined up for what's promised to be a great show this June.

Here's who's performing:

 

Aaron Simmonds

Aaron Simmonds Cutty Sark Comedy

Aaron Simmonds has been failing to stand up for 32 years, luckily he is far better at comedy than standing up.

"A comedian going places"*

He has a unique perspective on life, usually of people's belly buttons, which gives him stories to tell and a sore neck.

*Places that are wheelchair accessible

Aaron was a finalist at the BBC New Comedian of the Year and won Jewish Comedian of the Year 2017.

His debut show at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival was nominated for Best Comedy Show by Broadway World UK and was a finalist in the best show category of the Amused Moose Comedy Award competition. 

He has appeared on The Russell Howard Hour (Sky1), The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Guessable (Comedy Central) and Rob Beckett's Undeniable (Comedy Central).

"What’s most notable about Simmonds is his skill as a raconteur, never losing the audience for a moment." - Chortle

"Easy to see why he's an award winner." - The Scotsman 

 

Bronwyn Sweeney 

Bronwyn Sweeney Cutty Sark Comedy

Bronwyn is an advertising creative by day and draws on her experiences of making ads that no one wants to watch to inspire her comedy.

She was the runner-up in the Funny Women Awards 2021 and hopes that one day, her side hustle may become her full-time hustle.   

 

Ashish Suri 

Ashish Suri Cutty Sark Comedy

Ashish lives and breathes stand-up comedy and is at the heart of a number of scratch comedy shows, supporting grass-roots comedy in his dual roles of artist wrangler and resident MC in clubs like the Comedy Cabin in Hoxton.

Ashish’s journey in the U.K. started as a student but quickly lead him to stand-up comedy in search of a cheap substitute for therapy and lack of social life. Nine years down the line he is now a comedian and a full time immigrant, telling the stories of how outside of the Motherland (India) even the simple things in life are different and that despite his tan, he's just as weird as everyone else.

 

Timings

Doors open 6pm
First half 6.30pm-7.15pm
Interval 7.15pm-7.45pm
Second half 7.45pm-8.30pm

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