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Comedy legend set for the Subs


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CrazyBird Comedy is bringing one of the legends of the comedy circuit to The Sub Rooms on Thursday 7th April 2022.

Named “the world’s most famous blagger” by The Daily Telegraph, untameable prankster and acclaimed character comedian Simon Brodkin has hit global headlines multiple times for his high-profile stunts. Most famously he handed Prime Minister Theresa May a P45 form during her keynote speech at the Conservative Party Conference and showered disgraced FIFA president Sepp Blatter with hundreds of dollar bills in bribe payments “for the North Korea 2026 World Cup bid”. Out of his many characters, Simon is best known for his irrepressible, south London wide boy Lee Nelson. Simon will be performing an extended headline set likely to include likable self-mockery about his genteel origins, anecdotes about pre-comedy life as a hopeless medic and behind-the-scenes gossip from his prankster life, scattering Nazi golf balls at Donald Trump’s feet and hobnobbing with the Zurich police.

Simon will be ably supported by one of the most up-and-coming comics on the circuit Kate Martin. Kate who was made in the South but born in the North draws on her experience in mental health to fuel her confident, high-energy storytelling, which she combines with razor sharp observations of life’s quirks through queer eyes. Kevin Daniel with his warm and honest storytelling style deals with the daily trials and tribulations of a man trying to survive life unscathed completes the line-up.

Live At The Apollo star and one not to be missed Scott Bennett will MC the evening which promises to be a night that will give you aching cheekbones and one that you will be talking about for months.

Doors open at 7pm with the show starting at 8pm.

Tickets are £16.50 and available from;

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