Friday Night Comedy with Prince Abdi

Friday Night Stand up comedy with Prince Abdi, Jeff Innocent and James Bran (MC) plus guests at Hideaway Comedy Club Streatham South London
Friday, 9th Mar 2018
Doors 7pm, Show 8.30pm
£8.00

Come to Hideaway for a weekly dose of consistently superb line-ups (as seen on telly programmes such as Mock The Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Live At The Apollo!).
Headliners PRINCE ABDI, JEFF INNOCENT & JAMES BRAN as MC plus funny guests!*

It's cabaret seating at Hideaway, which means you'll watch the show from your table and food and drink is served throughout the evening. FREE ENTRY & COCKTAIL IF IT'S YOUR BIRTHDAY! Cocktails and comedy - what's not to like?!

£8 in advance, £10 on the door

***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.

Prince Abdi

Somalian born Prince Abdi is a British Stand-Up, actor, writer and a regular on the UK comedy circuit. His versatile and unique story telling style of comedy made him the perfect choice to support Reginald D Hunter, Stephen K Amos and Dave Chappelle on their national tours. He has also performed alongside fellow comedians Chris Rock and Louis CK.

Prince has written and starred in his own television sketch for the BBC, Comedy Central and ITV, as well as comedy and drama features. He has performed on Comedy Central’s The World Stands Up, BBC Three’s Laughter Shock and ITV’s FHM Stand Up Hero. His other credits include BBC’s The Wall, Channel 4’s Channel 4 Presents, BBC’s The Jason Lewis Experience and Diary of a Bad Man, Part 10.

Jeff Innocent

Jeff is now very much part of the comedy gentry and widely acknowledge as one of the Uk's top headlines acts and comperes. He has stormed comedy clubs all over the world including Singapore, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Dubai, Holland, Taiwan and more recently Japan.

Jeff's many television credits as actor, stand-up and presenter include; Edinburgh Nights (BBC1), Gas (Ch4), I Love 1999 (BBC 1), Later with Jools Holland (BBC 2), The National Lottery Show (BBC1), The Stand Up Show (2 series for BBC 1), Take the Mike (ITV), Time Gentlemen Please (Sky), Real Eastenders (Ch4) and Brief Histories (BBC 3).

Jeff's film credits include the role of a publican in 'It Was an Accident' and he played a prisoner in 'Mean Machine' alongside Vinnie Jones.

“His gags come from his subversion of ethical values by juxtaposing them with his wide-boy charm." Metro "Clever, honest, funny, hugely likeable comedy. I really loved this show" Kate Copstick, The Scotsman

James Bran as MC

James Bran is a fast-rising talent on the UK comedy circuit. Refreshingly different, whilst still appealing to main stream comedy audiences, he's bringing his quirky blend of stand-up and comic poetry to clubs all over the country.

Despite being a relative newcomer to the comedy scene at large, James is a resident MC at both Crack Comedy and The Patchwork Club. This experience has made him a polished and confident performer belying his limited time as a circuit act.

"I absolutely adored James Bran's combination of world-weary haikus given a deliciously wonky delivery" - Huffington Post