There's a new kid on the block and we hear it's hilarious
Piccadilly Comedy Club London needs no introductions – it is the cracking standup comedy club located in London’s West End that has offered the capital's public endless nights of laughter. They are now in the pleasant position to announce that they have opened their second venue at the Grace Bar & Restaurant in Windmill Street. Get ready for excellent comedy nights in a superb atmosphere with some yummy dinner options as well. 5 March: - Phil Wang - Ben Clover - Sunil Patel - MC Max Dickins 12 March: - Nathan Caton - Tom Ward - Nigel Ng - MC Ben Clover 19 March: - Bob Mills - Andy Storey - Edd Hedges - MC Max Dickins 26 March - Ian Stone - Eshaan Ackbar - Dimitri Backanov - MC Max Dickins Starters - soup of the day with croutons (v) - asparagus and goats cheese tart (v) - santa free black bean rolls with sweet chilli sauce (v) - caesar salad and char-grilled chicken Mains - vegetable Thai curry with basmati rice (v) - lemon and salmon tagliatelli with baby pea shoots - char-grilled beef burger with fries - steak frites with garlic and herb butter Sides - chips or skinny fries (£2.95 supplement) - French beans (£2.95 supplement) - house salad with lemon dressing (£3.50 supplement) Desserts - New York cheesecake with a raspberry coulis (v) - Vanilla panna cota with fresh berries and shortbread (v) - lemon and raspberry sorbet (v) - selection of ice-cream Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm, finishing at 9:30pm. Includes entry to the club until 1am. If dining you must be at the restaurant to be sat for 5pm. Dining and Comedy Menu options: choose either a starter and main, or a main and dessert. Please arrive on time as latecomers may not be admitted. Please note that due to comedians TV appearances line ups can change at short notice at no fault of Piccadilly Comedy Club. Face value prices include box office fees.
"A highly polished, subtly innovative stand-up... he nails the punchlines over and over again, thanks to taut, economical writing that puts audience pleasure firmly ahead of self-indulgence... His is a talent worth catching up with."