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Friday Night Comedy with Stefano Paolini

Friday Comedy with Stefano Paolini, Tim Clark and host Greg Faulkner at Hideaway Comedy Club Streatham
Friday, 17th Feb 2017
Doors 7pm, Show 8.30pm
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Top stand up comedy this Friday with Stefano Paolini, Tim Clark and host Greg Faulkner. Tickets £8 in advance, £10 on the door. London's no.1 Birthday location!

***If you are booking for your birthday  the birthday person will receive free entry and a welcome cocktail if they produce photo ID on arrival. The birthday must fall within 7 days of the night you wish to attend. Please state in your bookings notes if it is a birthday group and tell us the name of the person celebrating. Do not purchase a ticket in advance for the birthday person, only purchase tickets for the rest of the group. Mistakes will not be refunded.


Stefano Paolini 

"The best voice merchant on the circuit is Paolini, who has done some TV but is destined for far wider exposure" Evening Standard Impressionist and beatboxer Stefano Paolini, after receiveing the runner-up accolade in Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny Award 2001 and BBC's New Comedy Award 2002, has had a constant stream of TV and radio work, which he manages to juggle with gigging 4/5 nights a week. He has provided voices for Channel 4's animated series Bromwell High, BBC 2's Double Take and on Radio 4's Dead Ringers. "A remarkable repertoire of voices and sounds" - The Stage, August 2002 "ACE…….an obvious star" - ***** The Scotsman, August 2002

Tim Clark

'An unsung hero of stand-up comedy - the current master of this underrated art' Guardian

Comedian, writer and actor Tim Clark is one of the brightest lights on the national comedy scene and a familiar face on television. His regular appearances at live venues throughout the country and especially at The Comedy Store and Jongleurs keep his wit sharp and his material fresh. His striking looks, quick wit and affable nature has made sure that Tim makes an instant impact on his many TV and radio appearances.

As an actor Tim was part of the Fringe First winning production 'What I Heard About Iraq' at the 2006 Edinburgh festival, a production due to tour in the spring of 2007. He has also starred in several short films; '22nd Century Sitcom' and the Anglo/Canadian production 'The Bed Guy' are both enjoying considerable success at film festivals around the world.

Tim has written three critically acclaimed shows at the Edinburgh festival. The second of these 'Talking to Ted' subsequently appeared on BBC Radio 4 in 2006 starring Les Dennis.

His play about two football fans 'The Beautiful Game' was premiered at London's Riverside theatre and then commissioned by Channel 4. He has had further plays produced at the Liverpool Playhouse and at London's Latchmere theatre and 'Six pack' (a play co-written with Mickey Hutton) will premier in London in 2007.

His extensive sporting knowledge makes him well suited as a regular panelist on BBC Radio 5 Live's 'Fighting Talk' and he is also a writer on the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards and was co-writer (with Barry Cryer) on the BBC's 'Stand-up Show'. He has also written material for many well known personalities including; Jonathon Ross, Phill Jupitus and Mark Lamarr.

Tim has also developed an excellent reputation as a speechwriter, writing for many corporate clients and after-dinner speakers and celebrities including former England football manager Graham Taylor, footballer Neil Ruddock and Chancellor Gordon Brown.

As a comedy performer Tim excels as a stand-up comedian, compere and conference host and continues to work all around the world. Tim was the first western comedian to work in Beijing, China and can still be found working in a variety of diverse situations, from military shows to corporate events.

'Loved it' The Sunday People

'...hides his considerable skill behind a blokeish mask of bonhomie which appears absolutely effortless in construction' The Guardian

'Tim Clark's Talking To Ted offers an extraordinary glimpse of everything you suspected comics get up to off duty' Metro