Jokémon Go

Jan 28 2019 19:30 - 22:00

Betsey Trotwood, Farringdon Road 56, EC1R 3BL London

JESTER JESTERS is an intimate night of comedy jokes held every Monday downstairs at The Betsey Trotwood, 56 Farringdon Road.

On Monday 28th January 2019 we'll be indulging in nostalgia.

Each act will be dusting off fantastic material, which they had to reluctantly retire due to the zeitgeist changing / news events changing / fewer people getting the references / etc.

Come along and witness hilarious sets - which you won't see them doing anywhere else - from fantastic comics. And it's pay-what-you-want!


Jamali Maddix

Jamali Maddix is one of most promising and exciting acts to hit the circuit in years.

As seen on 'Live from the Apollo' (BBC1), 'Hate The Thy Neighbour' (Viceland) and coming up in his own Channel4 series.

Rick Kiesewetter

“Kiesewetter has plenty of national stereotypes to play on, but he soon steers clear of nationality clichés to deliver punchy observational gags about the little things that annoy everyone.”
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

Lucy Frederick

Comedian, writer, actor and fat model. "A genuinely gifted performer" ★★★★ The Scotsman ★★★★★ Black Diamond FM ★★★★★

Jean-Baptiste Mazoyer

Jean-Baptiste Mazoyer commence sur les planches à St-Etienne chez Lili Barbier avec la compagnie Salon Marengo.
Pendant plusieurs années, il joue dans diverses pièces de théâtre et travaille pour l'Institut National du music-hall. Il se lance ensuite dans le one-man show et le stand-up qu'il pratique en français ainsi qu'en anglais2. Depuis 2015, il fait aussi de la radio et en 2016, il écrit un livre, Comment devenir un père presque parfait.

Faye Treacy

"Simultaneously childish, genius and inescapably memorable... one of the most unique performances you’ll see in the Fringe this year." Shortcom ★★★★ (and a half)

Linus Lee

Dark comedy from a man who can do a surprisingly good Michael McIntyre impersonation.

Jonny Gillam

Surrealist comic with three Edinburgh Shows under his belt: ‘Ahab; Or what if Moby Dick were Stand-up Comedy’ (2018 solo), ‘More News From Nowhere’ (2016 with Dan Offen) and ‘Snakes’ (2017 with rotating guests).

This week's host - Jonathan Hearn (he might even do his 2012 Olympics bit)

Doors 7:30pm

Show starts 8:00pm

See you ALL there!

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