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Fri 1 Jun 9pm at The Dark Horse, 145 Alcester Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP DJ Quinn's Opening Weekend The team behind the ever popular Castle and Falcon have taken over Behan's Bar in Yardley Wood, transforming it into a 200 capacity live music venue and bar with a lick of Irish charm throughout, welcome to DJ Quinn's.
Alongside Barbara's sharply observed reflections on tupperware, Take A Break magazine, married life and frequent bouts of audience participation, are a raft of local comics including Av Singh, David Luck and Sham Zaman.
Arthur Strong | Sun 17 Jun | New Alex | £25.65 Continuing a long tradition of bumbling English buffoons managing to rise against adversity despite their own incumbent idiocy.
Of course his greatest achievement, and one of which we are sure he is most proud in a career ripe with highlights, is being in the Doner Kebab Pot Noodle TV advert.
Viv Groskop is a prolific writer and former finalist of Funny Women; in Vivalicious, Groskop argues that we should just accept we're all a bit rubbish.
Stanhope’s raging monologues on Charlie Brooker’s Screen and News Wipe’s were startlingly hilarious.