Mock Tudor Comedy Preview Fest - Jo Caulfield and Simon Brodkin

Jo Caulfield
Whether you’ve seen her on TV shows such as “Have I Got News For You” or “Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow”, heard her on the radio on “Just a Minute” or “Stop The Press”, or caught her live at one of her award-winning Edinburgh Festival shows, the chances are you’re already familiar with Jo’s work.
Described by The Observer as “one of the finest female comics at work” and by The Scotsman as “quite simply, a damn funny woman” Jo can regularly be seen headlining the UK’s biggest and best comedy clubs. She is also in high demand on the corporate circuit, speaking at and hosting dinners and award ceremonies for many leading companies across the UK and beyond. 
Behind scenes Jo is a respected writer, having served as a writer / programme consultant on all five series of Graham Norton’s BAFTA Award winning “So Graham Norton” and as head writer on both Ruby Wax’s “Waiting Game” and Zoe Ball’s “Strictly Dance Fever”. Jo has also written for – among others – Joan Rivers, Ant & Dec and Anne Robinson. She is also a popular and respected warm-up for many high-profile TV shows. 
In 2018 she won the “SGFringe Stand-Up Comedy Award” and gained critical acclaim for her performance as Helena Brandt in the sell-out Fringe run of the play, Brexit. 

Simon Brodkin
You may know him as “comedy legend” Lee Nelson or as the “unfunny pillock” who gave Theresa May a P45, but you won’t know him as “tiny Jew” Simon Brodkin. After three hugely successful series of Lee Nelson on the BBC, multiple TV appearances (Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at The Palladium, C4’s Comedy Gala), and several world-famous stunts on the likes of Donald Trump, Kanye West & Sepp Blatter, Simon unveils his funniest persona yet: himself. The award-winning, critically-acclaimed comedian takes us from his childhood growing up on the mean streets of Hampstead Village, to his adulthood as a failed doctor, inept parent and fairly rubbish Jew.

“Prodigious talent”  The Times
“Satire so sharp you could slash a tyre with it”  The Telegraph
“Get him out”  Donald Trump

Sunday 23 June 7.30pm
Tickets
£8

Book
Venue
Riverhouse Barn
Manor Road
Walton-on-Thames
Surrey
KT12 2PF