Tuesday 08 January 2013 Updated: 14/01 11:08
TV and radio comedy show regulars Tom Allen, Trevor Crook and Rob Heeney are on the bill at the next Stand Up Wednesday at Careys.
They will be joined on stage on February 6 by popular comedy club compere Joseph Wilson.
Tom Allen burst onto the scene in 2005 when he won the coveted So You Think You're Funny?competition in Edinburgh and the BBC New Comedy Award.
Since then the 25-year-old from Bromley has written and starred in radio soaps The Correspondent and Bleak Expectation, has performed all over the world and even starred in films Colour Me Kubrick with John Malkovich and Starter for Ten with James McEvoy.
His TV credits include Channel 4’s TNT Show, and BBC’s Sensitive Skin and and the Frankie Howerd biopic.
Trevor Crook is a former winner of the Sydney Comic of the Year competition and can claim to be the first Australian comic to have performed in the arctic circle. He is a regular on BBC1's the Stand Up Show and Stand Up Two for BBC Radio 2.
Over the last decade Rob Heeney has established a reputation as one of the top comics on the UK circuit.
He has appeared at The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Glee and Up the Creek, and over the past 18 months has gigged in The United Arab Emirates, the USA, the Netherlands and South Africa.
The regular guest on Sky News' Press review has a Sony Silver Award to his name for the writing he has done for Jamie Theakston's Breakfast Show on Heart FM London.
Chortle and Paramount Comedy student award finalist Joseph Wilson completes the line up.
The impressionist is well know around the UK as a compere and had also starred on stage in New York.
Tickets for the gig cost £8 (£6 NUS) from www.careys.co.uk or by calling 7622 7397.
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