Hosted by Harry Allmark, White Bear Comedy Club is a fortnightly event featuring the best comedic talent across the whole UK Comedy Circuit. The line up features a fantastic mixture of comedians and is surely one you wouldn't want to miss!
Saturday 8th July 2023
Saturday 8th July 2023
Twice Emmy-winning actor and comedian Fiona Allen has been a mainstay of our TV screens over the past two decades as well as an excellent stand-up comedian. She has starred in various sketch shows, including Goodness Gracious Me and The All Star Comedy Show, but most famously Smack the Pony. Fiona has also appeared in television dramas such as Dalziel and Pascoe, Coronation Street, in Happiness alongside Paul Whitehouse, and on film as Sandra in the film version of the famous Viz comic strip Fat Slags, and Smirgut the Fierce in Gladiatress. Most recently she has been in that little-known soap Eastenders…
Fiona won a whole new generation of fans in the second series of the hit E4 teenage drama Skins, playing Maxxie’s mum, Jackie Oliver (her on-screen hubby was Bill Bailey). She has also played the role of Georgia Stevenson in the BBC drama Waterloo Road, while often appearing as herself on comedy shows like Mock the Week and 8 Out Of 10 Cats.
Fiona is currently performing at comedy clubs across the UK as she works towards a solo tour in the not-too-distant future.
As a child, all she wanted was to be an adult. Now she's at the table, she wants out.
Following her acclaimed, sell-out debut hour, Celya returns: expect tales of romance, a hologram, and a near-death experience in Thorpe Park.
'A superb contriver of pithy, memorable lines' ★★★★ Scotsman
'The UK's Parisian comedy star is making waves' Guardian
'A comic shooting to fame' ★★★★ List
'One of the most striking acts around, combining magnetic stage presence with punchy material' London Evening Standard
Chortle Best Newcomer 2022.
As seen on BBC, Comedy Central and Funny Festival.
Kate Lois Elliot
Kate-Lois Elliott is a comedian, actor and writer based in the UK. She tells stories that are self-deprecating and (according to a drunk man at the Fringe) unexpectedly profound. She also makes (same guy) 'really weird' sketches.
Kate was nominated for a British Writers' Guild Award in 2022 for Best Online Comedy (How to be Maggie: With Maggie P), and the Funny Women Content Creator Awards in 2021.
Kate has appeared on the BBC,
Netflix (as a dead body) and in the
West End, and is also one half of
Diversify Podcast, whose guests
have included Ria Lina, Kai Samra,
Maisie Adam and Tez Ilyas.
Bar Opens from 12pm
Doors open 7:45pm
Show starts 8pm
Please note that last entry is at 8:15pm and ticket holders that don't arrive by 8:15pm or notify the venue they'll be running late will run the risk of their tickets being resold to walk ins waiting on the door.
Closing Parking is the Park Row NCP
We do not permit entry to stag do's and hen parties of over 6 people.