Below are upcoming Lone Star Comedy Club events happening in Rye and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.
Below are past that have already happened in Rye and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.
|Friday, 28th September 2012, 7:30pm - 11:00pm|
Doors open: 7.30pm
Show starts: 8.00pm
Pre book: £10.00 Show ticket
Venue: The George
Otiz Cannelloni - Headliner
In a world where every comedian claims or strives to be unique, Otiz Cannelloni is just that – and not only because of that questionable name.
Billed a reluctant messiah and man of the people, with an O-level in woodwork, Otiz Cannelloni is probably best summed up as a mix of a crazy entertainer meeting an even madder messed-up magician, Otiz’s act defies description and beggars belief – and audiences can’t get enough of it. Neither can his peers. Otiz is loved and revered in the business as “a comics’ comic”, and wherever he performs, his usually cynical fellow comedians can be caught at the rear of the room, spellbound by his lunacy and laughing manically and with a jealous yet appreciative glint in their eye.
Like Tommy Cooper before him, Otiz combines the illusion of magic and the reality of stand up to produce a hybrid variety that shifts effortlessly between the three pillars of sheer genius, outright lunacy and utter stupidity. Just as you begin to suspect Otiz doesn’t have a clue what he is doing on stage, he proves it for you beyond all doubt. But then it has taken him years of practice to make something so utterly straight-forward look quite so difficult.
“Sheer hilarity that no one wanted to see end.” The Stage
Javier Jarquin - Support
Jav (short for Javier) Jarquin spent the last 5 years working as a professional comedian in New Zealand. After winning the 2007 ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ competition in Christchurch He has played and headlined in some of the biggest clubs in New Zealand and in 2012 he won ‘best New Zealand act’.
“He’s gonna be a star” – William Burdett-Coutts (Producer of Black Books / Artistic Director of Assembly Theatre)
Matt Richardson - Compere
Matt arrived onto the comedy scene in early 2010 and within six months had reached the finals of So You Think You’re Funny and the Chortle Student Comedy Award . He quickly established himself as one of the most promising acts on the comedy circuit, winning numerous awards and performing around the country as both an act and MC, all while still a 19.
“Full of verve and energy …quirky asides brought sparkle to his act…undeniably well-told.” – Chortle
Friday 14th August for 10 days
Annual Exhibition of members' work. Friday, 14th Aug. 2020 from 2.30-5.30 then daily 10.00-5.30 until and including Sunday, 23rd August ... more