The Cambridge Roaring Comedy Night

Friday 22 September 2017
Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel
After a long week at work, what could be better than a bit of comic relief in the form of four comedians, taking to the stage for a Friday evening of side-splitting entertainment.

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Friday 22 September 2017 19:00

In the past, The Cambridge Roar comedy night has seen well-known names such as Rob Beckett, Mike Wilmot, Sean Walsh, Joel Dommett, Shappi Khorsandi, Russel Kane, Marcus Brigstocke and Rich Hall, and this year is no exception.

“GREAT MEAL, GREAT EVENT AND A BOTTLE OF FIZZ FROM THE RAFFLE AT THE END. SPOT ON AND WILL BE ATTENDING AGAIN NEXT TIME WITH FRIENDS.”

Phil Wang
Phil Wang is rapidly making a name for himself both in the UK and internationally with clever lines and a trademark laid-back style. As well as a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014, he also performed at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival that year, and at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2015.
 
Phils’s wry outlook and laid-back style have seen him perform on Funniest Moments of 2014 (Channel 4), The Rob Brydon Show (BBC2), Three at the Fringe (BBC3) and on BBC Radio 4’s Fresh From the Fringe and Best Behaviour, and the Comedy Live Lounge (BBC Radio 1).  
 
Lou Sanders
Lou Sanders has been named as one of the top comics to watch in Vogue, The Sun, TimeOut, London is Funny, Fest Magazine & Dave TV.  Her television highlights include Alan Davies’ As Yet Untitled (Dave), Live From the BBC (BBC), Russell Howard’s Good News(BBC 3) and Comedy Up Late.
 
She has also appeared on and written for numerous shows for channels including Channel 4, Sky, BBC and ITV and has just released the short film Elderflower which she co-wrote with Hannah George (Miranda – BBC 1, Trollied – Sky 1) and co-stars with Sheila Reid (Benidorm – ITV 1), Tom Rosenthal (Friday Night Dinner – Channel 4) and Mike Wozniak (Man Down – Channel 4). 
 
Alun Cochrane
Award-winning stand up comedian Alun Cochrane has appeared on numerous TV shows including Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Russell Howards Good News, Mock The Week, Dave’s One Night Stand, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You and 8 Out Of 10 Cats. He was featured as series regular Sam in the Sky Living sitcom Trying Again, alongside Chris Addison and has appeared in Coronation Street, Boomers and Russell Howard’s Christmas film A Gert Lush Christmas.
 
Alun is the co-host of The Frank Skinner Show on Absolute, for which he received a 2012 Arqiva Award nomination for Best Newcomer. The show also won a Sony Award in 2011 for Best Entertainment Programme and was nominated again in 2012. 
 
Adam Hess
Fosters Best Newcomer Nominee 2015 was initially known for his impeccably written surreal one-liners, before later proving himself as an accomplished story-teller and sketch-writer.
 
In 2013, Adam was nominated for Leicester Mercury New Act of the Year and Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards. He won the Chortle Student Comedy Award and since then has written for lots of big TV shows (including BBC Two’s Russell Howard’s Good News on which he was a staff writer). He has performed his stand up on Live from the BBC and Comedy up Late in Australia.
 

 

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