Top stand up acts for next comedy night at comedydockcom

New club follows successful opening night with more great comedy

There's another night of comedy at Brentford's newest venue, comedydockcom, on Thursday 23rd December.

comedydockcom was formed in Brentford, for Brentford and promises to bring a once monthly evening of the highest quality Stand Up Comedy - the like not seen before.

Watermans events for December

Brentford band to release fourth album

City Learning Centre holds opening ceremony

The venue will be the Waterside Cafe at Brentford Dock, just two minutes walk from the High Street. Doors open at 7.00.

Act One - Dylan
In 2002 Dylan won the Wilkinson Sword Cutting Edge of Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Festival and also scooped the runner-up award in the BBC New Comedy Award Final, managing to beat off all but one of 2,500 entries.

Act Two - Steve Hall
Runner up in the BBC New Comedy Awards 2003 and Daily Telegraph open mic finalist in 2002 Steve is back, fresh from his second successful year at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He's not the first comic to go for a wryly sarcastic, slightly supercilious approach - think of the proudly college-educated humour of Stewart Lee.

Headline - Glenn Wool
Glenn began his comedy career eight years ago in his home town of Vancouver. He moved to London four years ago and quickly became one of the rising stars of the London comedy circuit. His first venture as a solo artist, his one hour show Bizarre Cocktail, won him critical acclaim and has enabled Glenn to travel the world showcasing his talents: a favourite of The Edinburgh, The Kilkenny, The Melbourne, The South African and the Laugh Festival in New Zealand.
"You have to go and see Glenn Wool" The Guardian
" Well worth an hour of your time" The Independent
" Tipped for greatness" The Telegraph
"Lethally funny" Metro

The fun continues in the New Year with another top evening of stand-up on Thursday 27 January.

MC - Quincy
Quincy has been on the circuit for 3 years and has already risen considerably in stature. His success to date has brought him into a league of his own on the black circuit plus regular work with Jongleurs and Comedy Store. Not ashamed of his Caribbean roots and being East End born and bread he combines the culture's to give audiences the best of both worlds.

Act One - Seymour Mace
In 2001 Seymour featured in all big hitting new act competitions, a finalist in C4's So you think your Funny, a finalist in the Leicester Comedian of the Year contest, and Winner of the £10,000 Bachelor Cup A Soup Extra Comedy Challenge. More recently he walked away with Manchester's coveted City Life comedian of the year contest. Seymour is a naturally funny man there is no question. He is effortless in his delivery: he glides across the stage as he does from story to joke to pun to story. He has a child like quality, an impish will to make laugh and enjoy… and it is an infectious quality.

Headline - Craig Campbell

Host of Canada's legendary Ed's Night Party and star of Canadian TV (Comedy Now, Jim Carrey Live, Dennis Miller Special, Comics, Just for Laughs) Craig Campbell's unique brand of humour fuses whimsical anecdotes with salty stories of sex, drugs and circumcision. Never afraid to push audiences to their limits, his laid back charm belies a truly outrageous act, shot through with enough warmth and heart to keep the audience on side throughout the roller coaster ride he takes them on.

Craig's live credits include festival appearances at Montreal (3 times), Auckland, Sydney and Edinburgh and Ed's Night Party has been syndicated round the world.
"Craig is, simply, a very, very funny man" - Chortle, UK
"A supremely confident, gifted comic" - The New Zealand Herald
"Craig kicked butt in a very definitive way" - The Eye, Toronto

Tickets cost £8 / £6 with concessions. Tables can be reserved by emailing or calling Robbie on 07801 786 046.

18 Dec 2004

Become a member of - it's free

Comment on this story on the