Good Grief - with Brian Gittins
Monday 13th November 2017
Good Grief is here! Join us for an evening of comedy from emerging talent and our closest comedy affiliates. We take our comedy fresh and tasty so we're keeping the doors low and the quality high.
Yours with a ton of love and really properly decent hand shake.
Good Grief Present Brian Gittins: Don't Feed The Monkey Man
David Earl’s alter ego, Brian Gittins is an utter prat and according to the Sussex Argus, ‘The World’s Worst Comedian’. However, Brian’s not having any of it and he’s back with a live show with the might of powerhouse sponsor Rampoo (Shampoo for rams) behind him. It promises dancing, singing and Knock Knock jokes about an elderly lady called Joan McEnroe (sounds like John McEnroe). This year Brian will be giving back in the final section of the show exclusively for frustrated audience members called ‘Heckle Gittins’.
This is a rare chance to catch one of the country's leading alternative comics outside of London. A true a virtuoso in the field of 'Wincemaking' and fully certified berk of a man, this is a comedy joyride with all the bells, whistles and monkey suits that go with it. So, if you like watching a 42 year old man prancing around like a moron, come and see the newly invigorated Brian before he’s bedridden with performance anxiety.
David Earl is star of Derek (Channel 4), Gittins (Channel 4), Cumbo (Channel 4), Extras (BBC), star and co-writer of Rovers (Sky 1).
‘One of the best comedy characters of the decade.’ Ricky Gervais
‘A true original, and breathtakingly funny with it’ Guardian
‘Very funny and horrifically distressing’ Independent
Hot food available in the club or why not treat yourself to some pre-show dining at The Stand Bistro open Mon/Tues from 5pm (show nights only), Wed-Sat from 11am and noon on Sundays.
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