cancelled Mock Tudor Comedy Club - 27 March

One of that rare breed – a magician meets comedian and all things in between - Danny Buckler first started performing his mirth-filled magic on the shop floor of Harrods of all places!
Spotted on the floor at Mr Al Fayed’s famous shop by the rich and famous, Danny was soon invited to entertain at exclusive events for the likes of Oasis, Bruce Willis, Kevin Kline and the Sultan of Brunei, before finding his way on to UK comedy circuit. By now a fully fledged stand-up comedian, he was asked to support Victoria Wood on a nationwide tour and later joined the show Victoria Wood and Friends at London’s famous Adelphi Theatre alongside Ms Wood and Imelda Staunton among others. Watch Danny and you’ll see a true showman. He conjures up the laughs with a unique mix of traditional stand-up, improv, audience participation and a smattering of magic, all combined with an easy-going storytelling style. Danny has already appeared in his own show for Channel 4 – Danny Does Tricks and in 2004 he fronted the BBC 1 prime-time Saturday night special Secrets of Magic.
"A Hancockian treasure" - Russell Brand
"Amazingly insightful commentary on the modern condition” - The List

Jarlath Regan is an all-rounder, but his talent for stand-up was spotted early. His first few gigs earned him places in the finals of every new act competition, tour support spots for Ardal O’Hanlon, Marc Maron and Jack Whitehall, invitations to the world’s biggest comedy festivals and television appearances on the BBC, NBC and Comedy Central. As a presenter and podcaster he has won a legion of loyal fans through the creation of his multi-award-winning global hit podcast “An Irishman Abroad”. Jarlath’s ability to extract honesty from the likes of Sir Bob Geldof, Gabriel Byrne and Boy George has become legendary. 
Jarlath’s TV credits include Tonight at the Palladium (ITV), Stand up Central (Comedy Central), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Comedy Central’s The World Stands Up, Last Comic Standing on NBC, Live at The Stand Comedy Club (BBC Radio Scotland), The Blame Game (BBC Radio Ulster) and The Apprentice You’re Fired (TV3).
“the sort of comic you want to take home to meet your mum…an unshakeable ability to turn an ordinary anecdote into a winning story” - Chortle
“Side-splitting stuff…causes near hysteria in the room” - Metro
“Could turn out to be the biggest thing since Ricky Gervais picked up a laptop” - The Telegraph

Hot newcomer Ross Smith is taking the comedy circuit (and the internet) by storm. Having only started gigging in 2015, he's a regular at some of the capital's biggest comedy clubs. His personable, relaxed style and contemporary material, underpinned by clever wordplay and self deprecating humour, has made him one of the country's most exciting emerging acts. 
'Exemplary comedic prowess’ - ShortCom
"One of my favourite acts." - Joel Dommett
"Hilarious and original." Hilarious and original." - Nish Kumar

Yuriko Kotani is a UK-based Japanese comedian and the BBC Radio New Comedy Award winner. She began performing stand-up in 2014 and was named as “One To Watch” by Time Out in 2015. She went on to become first runner up in So You Think You’re Funny 2015?, won Brighton Comedy Festival Squawker Award 2015, 3rd place in Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year 2015, and was nominated for Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2016.
On the radio, Yuriko has been interviewed on The Comedy Club on BBC Radio 4 Extra. In 2016, she appeared on series 2 of Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central. In March 2017, Yuriko made her TV acting debut in BBC Three (online) Pls Like.
"leftfield rising star" - Time Out

Friday 27 March 8pm
Riverhouse Barn
Manor Road
KT12 2PF