Comedians set for centre stage
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There’s a fun night coming up in Exmouth, with some top comedians.
The Exmouth Comedy Club is at the Exmouth Pavilion, at 8pm, on Friday, January 20.
Hosted by MC Cerys Nelmes, the bill includes North Devon stand-up comedian Luke Honnoraty.
The show will be headlined by writer, stand-up comedian and actress Sara Pascoe, who has appeared on QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Mock The Week.
Cerys Nelmes has had a very colourful and eventful life which she loves talking about to make people laugh. She performs her comedy in a story telling style with a West Country charm that is easy to warm to.
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North Devon stand-up comedian Luke Honnoraty is a confident, engaging performer whose skilled story telling is sure to captivate any crowd and he handles dark topics with a charismatic delicacy, performed with a cheeky, personable delivery.
The club will also feature Brian and Krystal.
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Since meeting at The Edinburgh Festival, in 2000, Brian and Krystal have entertained and delighted all kinds of audiences at comedy clubs, cabaret nights, festivals, corporate and private functions in locations far and wide.
Regular fixtures at The Edinburgh Festival for eight years, the duo have worked all over the UK as well as Germany, South Africa, Gozo, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Australia and of course… Peckham.
Brian is infamously grumpy and deadpan, while his assistant Krystal is glamorous but ditzy. The combination is unique and very funny.
Their timing is exquisite, their humour dry and sometimes bawdy.
Tickets are £10 (advance) and £12 (the week of the show).
Organisers of the event said that while they try and give an up-to-date list of acts, these are subject to change at any time.