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2Funky Comedy Jam At Festival2Funky 2018

2Funky Comedy Jam At Festival2Funky 2018

2Funky Comedy Jam At Festival2Funky 2018


2Funky Comedy Jam
2Funky Comedy Jam is back again as part of Festival2Funky, with a line up that is going to set the whole house off!!!

Dizzle The Comedian
Babatunde
Glenda Jackson
Hosted By: Aurie Styla
DJ: Lady Envy 

Friday 25th May 2018 
7.30pm-10.30pm
2Funky Music Cafe 

FREE Entry with Festival2Funky Wristband (£10)
www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Leicester/2Funky-Music-Cafe/Festival2Funky-2018-/13190383/


Dizzle The Comedian
Dizzle exploded onto the comedy scene in 2012. In less than a year, he’d won ‘Best Newcomer’ at the The Black Comedy Awards for his unique style. Dizzle has accumulated a huge following across the globe through his viral comedy sketches, reaching vast online audiences. Brace yourselves for Dizzle’s first visit to Leicester! 

Aurie Styla
He’s the man who brought you the viral comedy performance known as BBC’s ‘Sniper Pose,’ and the sold-out roadshow ‘ComedyMania.’ Popular on the comedy scene and on BBC 1Xtra, Aurie is absolutely hilarious. His observational humour, skilled story-telling, charisma and big smile are just some of the many reasons for his huge following.

Babatunde
Babatunde started in comedy at the age of 17 and has since won Best Newcomer at Da Comedy Fun House. He has featured on BBC 1Xtra, and performed at Broadway Theatre, Hackney Empire, Alexander Theatre, and most UK universities. His work includes material exploring his African ancestry, as well as his hilarious take on day-to-day life.

Glenda Jackson
Glenda Jackson has won awards for her comedy several times over. Her material is effortlessly easy to relate to and based on personal experiences. With everything from embarrassing her son by talking street slang, to observations on sex, Glenda has been hailed as The Queen of Comedy on the Black comedy circuit!

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