ED GAMBLE - 20th JUNE
Club favourite ED GAMBLE headlines Laughing Coyote’s show at
Windsor’s Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture on 20th June.
One of the fastest growing stars on the comedy circuit.In his young career Ed Gamble has catapulted ahead of other young comedians with two appearances on ‘RUSSELL HOWARD’s GOOD NEWS’ as well as ‘DAVE’s ONE NIGHT STAND’ and various panel show appearances.
A regular MC at Laughing Coyote, Ed is returning with a solo performance in a more traditional headline spot.As well as recent tour support for GREG DAVIES and RUSSELL KANE, Ed has just been announced as a host on new internet comedy station ‘FUBAR Radio’.
"Filled with genuine wit and a mischievous charm that is sure to delight anyone" - Informed Edinburgh
LOU SANDERS will host the event – also an alum of ‘RUSSELL HOWARD’s GOOD NEWS’ and about to feature in the new series of ‘STEWART LEE’s ALTERNATIVE COMEDY EXPERIENCE’ – Lou Sanders’s quirky, mischievous and mysterious witticisms have seen her named as one of the top comic’s to watch out for in The Sun, TimeOut, London is Funny, Fest Magazine and Dave TV
“Lou is not like most comedians and when she rips a room, she really rips it hard…” – The Sun
“It seems like something new is happening in comedy.” – The Independent
Also on the bill is MARK RESTUCCIA – comedian, actor, sketch-writer – Mark has a quirky offbeat style combined with sharp jokes that cut through his awkward demeanour.
“Corking lines to satisfy, all delivered with unwavering faith” Steve Bennett – Chortle
”His act was like a Royal toilet - always polished but often filthy” Channel4.com Comedy Police Review
“Like Jimmy Carr ... when he was fresh, he produces comedy by inverting normal day to day topics into funny yet sickening punchlines" Three Weeks
Completing the line-up for the evening is returning act NICK DIXON. Another rising star that has entertained the Windsor crowd before. A sharp writer with acerbic twists and biting punchlines that punctuate the world weary observations of a far too young curmudgeon.A natural comedian, he reached the final of Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year after performing stand up for only three months. He now performs regularly at London’s Comedy Store, having won the infamous King Gong show in May 2012. As a writer, his work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
‘Delightfully offbeat turn of phrase…elegantly constructed writing’ - Steve Bennett, Chortle
'A superb thinker. He no doubt has a great future in comedy' – Adam Bloom