- Steve Day
- Pierre Novellie
- Smug Roberts
- Damion Larkin (MC)
Steve Day describes himself as Britain’s only deaf comedian, if there are any others he hasn't heard. For the past eleven years Steve has been performing to huge laughter around the country and abroad, well they tell him the laughter was huge to humour him, he doesn't know either way.
Married with five children, a fact nothing to do with not being able to hear the word 'No', Steve has been described as 'warm and witty' by the Scotsman and has received many other rave reviews whilst performing shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Chortle.co.uk gave him five stars in 2007 for Deafy's Island Discs, a show The Sunday Times called 'Funny and Moving'. This show toured the UK in 2008, Steve's third national tour of the uk, and has been performed in several countries in Europe and translated into Italian. No-one knows why.
A disabled performer, Steve is more concerned with success in the mainstream comedy circuit, but is happy to 'deaf it up' as necessary if the money is ok and there are sandwiches.
"Revelatory and very funny" - The Guardian
"Warm, funny, frank and thought-provoking" - The Scotsman
In 1998 Smug Roberts he released the novelty anthem "Meat Pie, Sausage Roll (Come on England, Gi's a Goal)" as "Grandad Roberts". Both the character and song stemming from his afternoon radio show on Key 103 and subsequent stand up comedy routine. Three years prior to that Smug was performing his first stand up gig when he was discovered by none other than Caroline Aherne (Mrs Merton Show and The Royle Family). Since then he's gone on to star in 'That Peter Kay Thing' Channel 4, 'Cold Feet' ITV, 'Phoenix Nights' Channel 4, Steve Coogan's Film '24 Hour Party People' and Channel 4’s Bafta award winning Buried. His confidence as a performer is legendary in the comedy world and in terms of the funnies he is on a par with his contemporaries Peter Kay and Jonny Vegas.
An extraordinary comic (Manchester Evening News)
A brilliant act, he defies description and has to be seen (City Life)
A master storyteller (Radio Times)
Pierre Novellie has been nominated for numerous comedy industry awards. He also appeared on BBC 3’s ‘Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live’ in 2014. The South African comedic power house is garnering a prolific reputation as a live laughter generator as he brings his riotously funny shows to grateful audiences across the country. Pierre is a man whose comedic touch will have you laughing at his gags weeks after you’ve seen them.
“An absolute pleasure to watch” Broadway Baby
Your compere and MC for the evening is the lovable, Damion Larkin “One of the country's top new comedians” BBC. But that was 10 years ago now the BBC say 'One of the comedians!' Ha ha!
Treat yourself to a laugh!
Please note that this show is for strictly over 16's
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents the best in live stand-up at The Guildhall in Portsmouth. They bring you comedians off the telly from such shows as BBC2's Mock The Week, Channel 4's 8 Out of 10 Cats, BBC1's Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow etc. Each show has four comics including MC Damion Larkin 'One of the country's top new comedians' BBC. Previously they've booked the likes of Jason Manford, John Bishop and Sarah Millican before they hit the big time. So come and see more brilliant comedians.
- Four top professional comedians make you laugh
- Top TV comedians and the 'best of the rest' from around the world
- Different comedians each month
- Full bar service and two interval breaks to refill your glasses
- Group discount available for 10 people or more
- Ideal for your friends, colleagues or a date!
'I liked it so much I booked for 28 people - they all loved it!' Will Sherret
'Ace night' Julie Lovatt
'Fantastic night yet again' Fleur Spafford
'Great night, everyone must try going, very funny' Lee Evans (not the Lee Evans!)
These are all real reviews from real customers so get booking now if you fancy a laugh!