Paul T Eyers
MC Cerys Nelmes
Jeff Innocent is from London’s East End and grew up the son of a real-life villain and could have chosen a career in the family firm. Instead he worked a variety of jobs before finding his calling in life. He has reached near legendary status among his peers and audiences alike, staying at the top of his game for over 15 years. Voted Best Live Club Comedian at the 2016 UK Comedy Awards [and was runner up in 2015, 2014 and 2013].
In the middle slot this evening, Paul T Eyers has been performing stand-up professionally since 2007 and plays at virtually all of the big UK clubs. Paul appears on BBC3 and has written comedy for BBC and Channel 4, has won awards as a writer-director, and has a weekly podcast in which he and other comedians cover everything from sport to self-improvement
Roger Monkhouse is one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy scene. A consummate stand-up who employs a deadly combination of charm and menace to exert a masterful control over any audience. A highly original and quirky performer, Roger’s trademark stage-prowling style and curious, inimitable manner have established him as one of the hottest names on the comedy circuit
MC for the night is warm and witty Cerys Nelmes. Cerys is making waves in the TV industry as one of the best TV warm up artists, most recently working for Gordon Ramsey/Studio Ramsey, and alongside George Lamb on Football Tonight
PRE COMEDY NOSH AND DRINKS
Drink offers on the night from hotel management
and… *fanfare* There’s a £12 Curry Club. What do you get for that?
A choice of 3 curries – served with Pilau Rice, Naan Bread and a small beer or glass of wine. The Apollo are getting into the spirit of comedy with the following curries –
The mild one (Kenny Everett) ‘It’s all in the best possible taste.’
The hot one (Del Boy) ‘Lovely jubbly’
The hotter one (Catherine Tate) ‘How very dare you!’
There will always be a vegetarian option too. If you’re a Curry Dodger (hard to resist a poppadom though, isn’t it?) just choose something from the main menu at usual prices.
April’s Curry Club was fuller than a plumber’s tool bag, so it’s best to book. Contact The Apollo on 01256 796700.