South Street Comedy Club with headliner Sarah Keyworth
|April 29, 2023|
|South Street Arts Centre|
South Street Comedy Club With Headliner Sarah Keyworth
Club Comedy at South Street is back. Mates Rates Comedy is proud to present South Street Comedy Club with headliner Sarah Keyworth on Saturday 29th April at 8 pm.
The show takes place between 8 – 10 pm (doors open 7:15pm).
mc Carl Richard
Line up subject to change
The club will run quarterly, and the next date for your diaries is Saturday 22nd July 2023.
★★★★★ “Powerful, poignant and achingly funny stuff.” – Herald Scotland
★★★★★ “You might just find yourself with a new favourite comic” – Young Perspective
★★★★1/2 “It’s refreshing to see something so generous and outward-looking” – Chortle
★★★★ “Utterly engaging” – The Telegraph
★★★★ “…the most hilarious visual images…” – The Scotsman
★★★★ “Her humour is razor sharp” – The Skinny
Aideen McQueen is one of the brightest sparks in the new generation of Irish comics. She’s sassy, sexy, saucy and side-splittingly funny.
Aideen appears regularly on RTE, TG4, BBC Northern Ireland and BBC Radio 4. She is one of the resident comperes at the world famous International Comedy Club in Dublin and has appeared alongside Sean Hughes, Reginald D Hunter, Ardal O’ Hanon, Dylan Moran, Johnny Vegas, Phil Kay and Frankie Boyle.
Andrew O’Neill is an award-winning comedian, musician and best-selling writer. A psychedelic non-binary whirlwind, they combine surrealism, polemic and good old-fashioned stagecraft to produce uniquely counter-cultural stand-up.
Andrew has performed in over a dozen different countries, at over a hundred different festivals and is equally at home in rowdy comedy clubs as performing to their own cult following.
TV credits include Good Omens 2 (Summer 2023), Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Saxondale, 50 Years Of Rock Excess, The Blame Game, Spicks and Specks and Good News Week. Their own Radio 4 stand-up show Pharmacist Baffler won an award. A natural fit at music festivals, they have performed stand-up at Glastonbury, Download, Leeds and Reading, Bloodstock, Latitude, V-Fest and supported Amanda Palmer, Les Claypool and once even the Kaiser Chiefs at the London Palladium.