Friday Night Comedy with Ian Smith

Friday Night Stand up comedy with Ian Smith, Nigel Ng and Juliet Meyers (MC) plus guests at Hideaway Comedy Club Streatham South London
Friday, 19th Jan 2018
Doors 7pm, Show 8.30pm
£8.00

Headliners IAN SMITH, NIGEL NG & JULIET MEYERS (MC) plus funny guests!

£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.

Ian Smith

Ian Smith is an award-winning comedian, actor and writer. Since starting at a young age, Ian has developed a reputation as an exciting, creative comic. Mixing conversational, energetic storytelling and observations with unique set pieces and an exceptional skill for improvisation – Ian is a regular at the biggest comedy clubs in the UK.

Ian has appeared on BBC Three at the Fringe, BBC3 panel show Sweat the Small Stuff and Channel 5 series The Funny Thing About… He is also one third of top-charting Dave podcast, The Magic Sponge, alongside Rob Beckett.

His 2017 show, Snowflake, won two awards – the Amused Moose Comedy Award People’s Champion and a Three Weeks Editors’ Award – and played to sell out rooms and critical acclaim.

“Fantastically funny” – The Times

“Proper star quality” – The Guardian

“You’d do well to catch him now before his inevitable jump to the big time” – The Telegraph

Nigel Ng

Nigel Ng grew up in Malaysia, lived in America for five years and moved to the UK in 2015. Having started his comedy career in Chicago, he’s relieved that (most) people in the UK get his jokes too, as evidenced by him winning the prestigious Amused Moose Laugh Off 2016 and being runner up in the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2015.

He was also a finalist in the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year (2016) and Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year (2015) competitions, and now can be seen performing in comedy clubs across the UK.

‘Natural funnybones…as slick as they come’ – Chortle

‘Plenty of good lines… keen observer’ – beyondthejoke.co.uk

‘Top notch… oozed likability and the audience loved him from the word go… stole the show’ – The Stand

Juliet Meyers as MC
Managing to mix silliness with edginess, Juliet has a chatty style that allows her to interact with the crowd; this makes her much in demand both as a comedian and an MC.
She has been bringing her own brand of hilarious, cerebral, observational, gag –driven, (mostly gender non-specific), comedy to the stage for 7 years.

“Devilish coy look, excellent material with some on the edge gags.” The Scotsman (4 star review )
“Had me in stitches with her witty observations and social judgements.” bbc.co.uk
“You changed our audience’s opinion of female comics. They loved you.” Steve Walker Knuts, Peterborough
“Excellent material. Excellent with the audience” Tim Arthur, Time Out
“laugh- out loud funny, wonderfully bizarre ideas.” Chortle
“a very watchable act with engaging material and some excellent lines.”  Silky, Kill for a seat
“Clever material. A female Adam Bloom.” Noel Faulkner, Comedy Café
“Devilishly quick and capable of running with the weirdo in the audience, milking any situation for hilarity.” Edinburgh Evening News
“Stand-up as it should be.” Three Weeks