The Comedy Network – 6th September

The Comedy Network - 6th September

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The Comedy Network – 6th September

September 6, 2024
Comedy
Avalon Entertainment
Headliner: Dan Antopolski
Dan Antopolski exploded onto the comedy scene in 1998, winning the BBC New Comedy Award and reaching the finals of the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award and Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny. He was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award and received Perrier Award nominations for both his solo work and for sketch show Lee Mack’s New Bits with Lee Mack and Catherine Tate.
Dan has performed extensively around the UK and Europe and at international festivals including Just For Laughs in Montreal and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. His sketch group Jigsaw were series regulars on Live at the Electric (BBC3) and made two series for Radio 4. Dan is known to younger viewers as the title character in The Dare Devil on CBBC and he played Jesus in blockbuster The Da Vinci Code. He recently appeared in Paddington 2 and Good Omens (BBC).


Russell Arathoon  

Russell is an immensely likeable act who the audience instantly warm to. With his sharp and cheeky material Russell is a perfect act for any live audience. Russell is now regularly popping up at clubs such as The Frog & Bucket, Fuzzy Bear, Funhouse Comedy Club, Backyard Comedy Club, OTK, and most importantly the Avalon Comedy Networks to name a few In 2018 Russell made his Edinburgh Fringe debut with his critically acclaimed show ‘The Curious Incidents Of The Gay In The Night Time’. Since then Russell has gone on to perform at festivals all over the country including Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester & Brighton. He even appeared on the Glee Cardiff Pride Stage alongside Robert White in 2019. 
Grace Mulvey  
Grace Mulvey is an Irish writer, stand-up comedian, improvisor and actor. Taking the Irish & UK stand-up scene by storm, she is the winner of the inaugural BBC Galton & Simpson bursary for comedy writing award. Grace is also the creator of the comedy podcast Fad Camp. A finalist in the Vodafone Irish Comedian of the Year 2017 and highlighted in Funny Women’s Ones to Watch 2019, Grace continues to make a name for herself as the winner of the inaugural BBC Galton & Simpson Bursary for Comedy Writing 2020.  
Start Time: 8pm
Run Time: 1 hour 45 mins (including interval) 
Age Suitability: 14+
Concessions available to under 25s, students in full-time education and 65+.
 
Are you d/Deaf, disabled and / or neurodivergent? Do you have any other physical or mental health needs? Sign up to our audience Access Scheme to have the best time.
Visit What's On to see everything coming to our theatre. 
Interested in drama, dance, or music? Visit Classes.
The Comedy Network - 6th September

The Comedy Network – 6th September

September 6, 2024
Comedy
Avalon Entertainment
Headliner: Dan Antopolski Dan Antopolski exploded onto the comedy scene in 1998, winning the BBC New Comedy Award and reaching the finals of the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award and Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny. He was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award and received Perrier Award nominations for both his solo work and for sketch show Lee Mack’s New Bits with Lee Mack and Catherine Tate. Dan has performed extensively around the UK and Europe and at international festivals including Just For Laughs in Montreal and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. His sketch group Jigsaw were series regulars on Live at the Electric (BBC3) and made two series for Radio 4. Dan is known to younger viewers as the title character in The Dare Devil on CBBC and he played Jesus in blockbuster The Da Vinci Code. He recently appeared in Paddington 2 and Good Omens (BBC). Russell Arathoon   Russell is an immensely likeable act who the audience instantly warm to. With his sharp and cheeky material Russell is a perfect act for any live audience. Russell is now regularly popping up at clubs such as The Frog & Bucket, Fuzzy Bear, Funhouse Comedy Club, Backyard Comedy Club, OTK, and most importantly the Avalon Comedy Networks to name a few In 2018 Russell made his Edinburgh Fringe debut with his critically acclaimed show ‘The Curious Incidents Of The Gay In The Night Time’. Since then Russell has gone on to perform at festivals all over the country including Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester & Brighton. He even appeared on the Glee Cardiff Pride Stage alongside Robert White in 2019.  Grace Mulvey   Grace Mulvey is an Irish writer, stand-up comedian, improvisor and actor. Taking the Irish & UK stand-up scene by storm, she is the winner of the inaugural BBC Galton & Simpson bursary for comedy writing award. Grace is also the creator of the comedy podcast Fad Camp. A finalist in the Vodafone Irish Comedian of the Year 2017 and highlighted in Funny Women’s Ones to Watch 2019, Grace continues to make a name for herself as the winner of the inaugural BBC Galton & Simpson Bursary for Comedy Writing 2020.   Start Time: 8pm Run Time: 1 hour 45 mins (including interval)  Age Suitability: 14+ Concessions available to under 25s, students in full-time education and 65+.   Are you d/Deaf, disabled and / or neurodivergent? Do you have any other physical or mental health needs? Sign up to our audience Access Scheme to have the best time. Visit What's On to see everything coming to our theatre.  Interested in drama, dance, or music? Visit Classes.

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