The biggest stars of stand-up came here on their way to stratospheric fame. See the stars of tomorrow, right now on your doorstep!
Michael Fabbri ‘Startlingly insightful’ The Guardian
With a dark and honest approach to some of life’s more touchy subjects Michael Fabbri turns controversial topics into light-hearted silliness, making for a refreshingly eclectic and brilliantly funny act. Since entering the stand-up circuit in 2003, he has performed several solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe festival and at major comedy clubs throughout the UK and all over the world. He has worked as a support act for Micky Flanagan, Lucy Porter and Stephen K Amos and as a writer for Radio and TV. He recently had his own stand up series ‘Dyslexicon’ on BBC Radio 4.
Mark Maier ‘It’s high time someone gave him a TV show of his own’ The Guardian
A master of the ad lib and improvisation, the talented award-winning writer and stand-up, Mark Maier, is an established and highly sought after performer on both the national and international comedy circuits. He runs master classes in improvisational comedy in London and regularly appears with the likes of Josie Lawrence, Jim Sweeney and Paul Merton in the famous Comedy Players.
Ria Lina ‘Fearless, provocative and very funny’ Scotsman
For over a decade Ria Lina has been entertaining both UK and international audiences with her dry wit and occasional song. Her charm and intelligence allows her to get away with anything from the most audacious routines to subtle wordplay. She has been a regular at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 2011 and her most recent Ria Lina: Dear Daughter (2016) won Best Comedy Show at the Greater Manchester Fringe.
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PRE-COMEDY CLUB CURRY
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Acts contain adult language | Queen’s Theatre reserves the right to alter line-ups.
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