Luisa Omielan, Dane Baptiste And Terry Alderton Confirmed For Brand New Hyde Park Winter Wonderland Comedy Club
Exclusive to Hyde Park Winter Wonderland this festive season, the brand new Winter Wonderland Comedy Club presented by Evening Standard kicks off on November 22, with a programme of 45 minute long, side-splitting shows every evening from 9pm. Tickets start from just £10 and are available at: www.hydeparkwinterwonderland.com
Held in the Circus MegaDome, this season Christmas revellers can enjoy a weekly changing programme of shows, featuring some of the biggest names in the business alongside today's most up-and-coming stand-up comics and some of the city's finest comperes.
Guests can expect hilarious performances from newly announced Dane Baptiste, Paul Sinha and Mick Ferry plus sets from the likes of Luisa Omielan, Terry Alderton and Glenn Wool. There will be further comedy double act antics courtesy of the Raymond and Mr Timpkins Revue, with some further special guests still to be announced. 16+.
With a bar available throughout the show, this is the perfect end to a fun-fuelled night of festivities at Hyde Park Winter Wonderland.
Terry is one of the most exciting comedians around, regularly performing all over the globe. He has been Perrier nominated in Edinburgh and recently won the 3 Weeks Critics award, as well as Best International Act at the New Zealand Comedy Festival. As seen on Live at the Apollo, Dave's One Night Stand and heard on Radio 4's Terry Alderton's All Crazy Now.
Glenn has conquered most of the States with performances on John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, as well as appearances on 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Russell Howard's Good News and numerous other UK stand-up shows. Glenn has appeared in 28 Acts in 28 Minutes for BBC Radio 4, contributed to BBC3's The Comic Side of Seven Days & BBC Stand-Up Show. In 2016, Glenn was featured on The John Bishop Show on BBC1, as well hosting a new NBC series Before The Morning After.
RAYMOND AND MR TIMPKINS REVUE
This hilarious twosome tour the country, blasting their guitar and stylophone stylings, wowing rooms with super slick prop manipulation, dazzling jaded eyes with sandal based choreography that remains inimitable. Venturing as far afield as The Falklands and Oman, they provide spiritual uplift to the armed forces. Their latest foray is into radio comedy/drama. A 1930s murder mystery based in Brighton and a frankly silly retelling of the Jack the Ripper tale, have so far been forged in the red hot fires of their imaginations
Luisa Omielan is a stand-up, improviser and actress who has performed sold out shows around the globe, released a book, appeared on Live at the Apollo, recorded a DVD, presented Comic Relief 2017 and had her debut solo show aired on BBC1.
Original, provocative and exceptionally prolific - Baptiste is already being hailed as one of the most exciting acts to break in years. The London born stand-up made comedy history in 2014 as the first black British act to be nominated for a Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He has since written and starred in his own BBC sitcom series and made numerous other TV and radio appearances. Credits include hosting Live at the Apollo (BBC Two) and Live from the Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Tonight at the London Palladium (ITV1), Mock the Week (BBC Two), Live from the BBC (BBC Two), 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4) and his own BBC sitcom, Sunny D.
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Paul Sinha. Paul is a familiar voice on radio with appearances on Just A Minute, The News Quiz and Fighting Talk. His own Radio 4 series Paul Sinha's History Revision won the Rose d'Or for radio comedy in 2016. A lifetime of curiosity and learning informs Paul's comedy but now also ranks him as one of the UK's finest quizzers. This has led to yet another concurrent career, this time as a general knowledge expert on the ITV quiz show, The Chase. A tea-time favourite, The Chase is the most watched programme on weekday, daytime television.
Manchester based Mick Ferry is renowned as a fine purveyor of lugubrious surrealism and is established as one of the most sought after comics on the British and International comedy circuit. TV credits include stand-up performances on BBC1's Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Sky1's John Bishop's Only Joking and three series of The Comedy Store for Comedy Central. He has also appeared on BBC 2's Running Late, and The World Stands Up and Comedy Blue for Comedy Central, and has made multiple appearances on BBC Three's Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live. As a writer, Mick was a contributor on both series of John Bishop's Britain for BBC One, and also co-wrote Smalltime for BBC Three.