Stand-Up Comedy Night
Tuesday 26 November 2019
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Pear Face Comedy Club is back, providing you with laughs and drinks deals!
Get here as close to 7.30pm as you can to get a seat, but be prepared to be part of the show if you sit in the front row!
The comedians are:
Hi there. I’m in my 17th year as a stand-up comedian. I’m blind. I’m from Liverpool but live in London. I’m married and have a young daughter. I’m 42. I like technology and gadgets and football and comedy and a very specific type of sci-fi. I can’t stand mayonnaise and Facebook and any podcast my wife seems to want to play on full blast in the car. I can’t do beatbox but my daughter is too young to know that and thinks I’m amazing. I love spicy pizza! I can only speak one language despite my wife being a foreigner and me having 14 year’s to learn some of hers. I am a fan of both Apple and apples, and am typing this on one whilst eating the other. I’m not very political. My general mood usually correlates with the latest success or failure of Liverpool Football Club. I make a fairly decent spag bol. My knees crack every time I crouch down, and my mouth hangs open whenever I think too hard. That’s about it.
Smart, sharp and brilliantly astute, Kae Kurd is a young British-Kurdish stand up making a serious name for himself. Passionate about making politics accessible to his peers, his comedy presents beautifully crafted slick routines with confident cutting edge flair.
TV credits include Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Don’t Hate the Playaz as both writer and on screen talent (ITV2), The Tez O’clock Show (Channel 4) Know Your Rights (own series on Channel 4 OD), Comedians Solve World Problems (Comedy Central) Three Guys Eat (BBC Three) and BBC Asian Network’s Big Comedy Night.
“That was awesome. I liked it… I don’t know why. But it was great. I’ll have you back” – Mike Manera (Piccadilly Comedy Club, 2016)
“What you’re doing is great… the problem is nobody understands it.” – Iain Coyle (Dave TV Comedy Commissioner, 2016)
“Really glad I got to see that. It was a really great set. You’re taking real and personal things and making them funny which isn’t easy to do. One of the two stand out sets of the night… and amazing crowd control” – Geoff Whiting (Mirth Control – 2016)
“This is one of the few comedians to make me howl with laughter this year…” – comedian Adam Bloom (2015)
FREE for Bucks Students (make sure you bring your Bucks Student ID)
£5 for non-students on the door (this is fully open to the public so students do not need to sign anyone in)
This event is 16+