The Essence of Audrey is a new play written and performed by Helen Anker about the life of Audrey Hepburn.

Friday 25 June

Doors open: 6.45pm

Curtain up: 7.15pm

£10 per person

We’ve limited the audience numbers to 30 so that we can maintain social distancing guidelines.

All she really wanted was to be loved and to find love…

Have you ever wondered what is behind the idyllic and seemingly perfect life of one of the world’s icons?

Audrey Hepburn was, and continues to be, an inspiration. A stunningly beautiful and modest actress, and a selfless humanitarian Ambassador of UNICEF. She proved to be one of those rare people who truly deserved
‘fashion icon’ status…

But what made her into the icon we think we know?
What was her life really like?

Join us on a journey to discover the truth behind those mesmeric eyes and tap into the essence of Audrey…

We’re delighted to announce a special event bonus for the evening: a welcome glass of fizz on arrival! AND, following the play, you’ll have the opportunity of joining a Q&A led by Helen about the play, her motivation and inspiration.

About Helen Anker

Helen Anker began performing professionally at the age of 9, playing the role of Louisa in the West End’s production of The Sound of Music starring Petula Clarke and Honor Blackman.​

She attended the highly prestigious Royal Ballet School for 5 years after which she realised that her true passion lay in Musical Theatre. She continued training at the Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts for 3 more years before starting a very exciting and successful career in musicals and plays in London’s West End including: 

  • Cats
  • Crazy For You
  • Oklahoma
  • Beautiful and Damned
  • Contact
  • On The Town
  • Candide
  • Parade
  • many Regional Productions including, A Chorus LineThe Thorn BirdsDames at Sea, and Let’s face the Music and Dance
  • and many Christmas Pantos

Helen has also played a role in the BBC’s Television series Holby City.

​In 2010 Helen moved to New York City to continue her career. She played the role of Miss Olson in Rob Ashford’s Broadway production of Promises Promises, with Sean Hayes, Kristin Chenoweth, and Tony Goldwyn. Following that Helen played lead roles in Regional Theaters around the country; some of her favorites are:

  • The 39 Steps
  • Curtains
  • Carousel
  • playing Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady
  • Guinevere in Camelot

While in New York her TV roles included White CollarLaw and Order, and The Good Wife. You can also see her dancing on many opening numbers at the Tony Awards and The Oscars, and more recently in the films Cinderella and Ted 2

Helen recently moved back to the UK and landed the fabulous role of Tanya in the UK and International Tour of Mamma Mia! 

How wonderful this career is to experience so much and is forever changing! 

Helen Anker

“Distanced 3” performance art event is curated and managed by Performance Platform. This month the featured performance artists are Ash McNaughton and Magda Tuka with support from Opaean.

Friday 11 June

7 – 10pm

Tickets: £10 Click here to book

Rebecca Weeks and Ian Whitford founded Performance Platform. They curate and manage the series “Distanced”, which is a monthly performance art event. They are motivated by a desire to support performance art, artists and audiences in London at this challenging time. The event provides a supportive inclusive environment and encourage inter generational dialogue by working with emergent, mid career and established artists.

About the Performance Artists

Ash McNaughton

Ash McNaughton (B.1990 / Scotland) is an action based artist currently situated in Folkestone, UK.

Their practice is a process-led exploration of materials, gesture, movement, and sound. Site-responsive, durational, and ritualistic in nature; Ash implements methods of endurance, repetition, and resistance to access altered states of being while reaching out into the spaces in-between. Their actions encourage a synergetic exchange between their physical, psychological, and spiritual body and the environments they inhabit. This practice is an attempt to articulate that which escapes us. A poetics of a fluid presence in a fixed world.

Ash is a co-organiser of SITE – a platform for collective site-responsive art interventions, and a member of the international Anam Cara collective and the Encountering A New Normal community. They are Project Assistant at ]performance s p a c e[ (Folkestone) and facilitate workshops which hold Performance Art practice at its core which have been hosted by Grays School of Art, Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, and Middlesex University. They obtained their BA Hons in Sculpture from Grays School of Art (2013) and MA in Performance (Contemporary Art Practice) from the Royal College of Art (2018). They have performed within the UK and Europe including: The Aberdeen Art Gallery (Aberdeen, Scotland, UK), Haddo House Arts Festival (Ellon, Scotland, UK), Tramway (Glasgow, UK), Venice International Performance Artweek (Venice, Italy), Electrocamp Festival (Mestre, Italy), Revolve Festival (Uppsala, Sweden), Whitechapel Gallery (London, UK), Tempting Failure (Croydon, England, UK), and Salvage Festival (Folkestone, England, UK).

Visit Ashley’s Website…

Magda Tuka with support from Opaean

The ideas in this work, which trace their roots back to the subversive theatre of Communist Poland in the sixties, are explored here in the form of an under-the-table lecture. Through her practical research, Tuka is following a distinct strand in Polish Romanticism that is connected with the act of crucifixion.

My practice is rooted in Jerzy Grotowski’s notion of Art as vehicle. I began my career working for ten years full time as an actor in the Warsaw-based Studium Teatralne company of Piotr Borowski, a long-term associate of Grotowski during his late Pontedera phase. For me, the essence of this formative work was in its physical training. A rigorous investigation into the relationship between the body and space, between precision, improvisation and intuition; the aim, a creative onstage existence, a continual search, on a moment by moment basis, for what and where the performer’s attention is.

In a break from this tradition, I undertook what became a series of collaborations over several years as a performer with Bojan Jablanovec’s Via Negativa theatre company in Ljubljana. In my opinion, the importance of the VN approach is its focus on communicating to the audience via an “essential” creative message devised from the personal experience of the performers.

On these foundations, I began initiating projects. In 2012, with an intuitive trust in the creativity of opposites, I incorporated the organisation Ja Ja Ja Ne Ne Ne and devised a succession of shows with dancer Anita Wach, in collaboration with sound designer Opaean.

My process of creative thinking often starts from the vision of a character who represents a complex of ideas, problems, irresolvable circumstances.

I am interested in exploring situations where the body is thrown into heightened modes of operation determined by self-imposed conditions. Treated rather instrumentally. In service of ideas, meanings. Often naked, exposed, trapped in uncomfortable circumstances, but not humiliated. And no religionism.

Work has been variously supported through a succession of grants, scholarships, residencies, co-productions and festival selections, presented in theatre, gallery, cinema, church, and online; in Poland, UK, Netherlands, Denmark, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, USA and Germany.

Visit Magda’s Website…

O p a e a n

A frequent Tuka collaborator, Psychological Art Circus sound designer, Opaean will be performing material from his new set, Doctrine of Sound®.

Visit O p a e a n’s Website…

Photo Credits: Ash McNaughton: Ada Hao, Gustaf Broms, Rob Harris, Manuel Vason. Magda Tuka: Pat Mic, Manuel Vason, Jack Pixley, Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth

Book tickets for Distanced 3 performance art by clicking on this link

The Return of King Arthur is one of the most famous myths and legends in England. Legend has it that King Arthur will return when Britain needs him the most. That time is now!

Saturday 26 June

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Join King Arthur and the wizard Merlin as they return to the unfamiliar Britain of today, battling fearsome enemies like the steel monsters known as ‘cars’, explore the underground caves of ‘the tube’ and come face to face with the terrifying rail dragon that bears the names of the Flying Scotsman! But they soon find that this Britain is not entirely different. People still need a hero, and now Arthur must assemble his new ‘Knights of the round table’! Join us on this wonderful adventure!

Fun for the whole family The Return of King Arthur is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

Tarzan (of the Apes) is a series of 24 adventure novels written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Over the years it has been a popular musical, film and TV series. Join us for a brand-new adaptation of the classic novel.

Saturday 31 July

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

The kindly ape Kala finds an orphaned human baby in the jungle and names him Tarzan. She raises him as her son, but Tarzan has no idea about his origins until newcomers to the island, including young zoologist Jane Porter, bring his human heritage to light and present him with the hardest choice of his life.

Join us on a wonderful adventure celebrating the humanity of mankind and beast alike!

Fun for the whole family Tarzan (of the Apes) is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

Night on the Galactic Railroad is a classic Japanese fantasy novel by Kenji Miyazawa. Join us for a brand new adaptation of the play by A Wonderful Adventure.

Saturday 25 September

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Giovanni is a young boy, whose father is away at sea, while his mother is ill at home. He is forced to work odd jobs, in order to buy food for his poor family. He has no time to study and his classmates make fun of him for being behind in his schoolwork. Only his friend Campanella is there for him. But one day Giovanni is whisked away on galactic train that takes him across the universe and beyond imagination itself! Join us for this wonderful adventure through the stars!

Fun for the whole family Night on the Galactic Railroad is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

The Dancing Elephant is a play for the whole family.

Saturday 25 September

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Mashudu is a young boy who lives with his grandparents. They are very poor and do not have money for much food. One day Mashudu’s grandmother becomes ill and he has no choice but to undertake a perilous journey through the jungle, meeting a whole host of predatory creatures to find the fruit to make her better. But the harsh terrain and predators are far from his only problems! A greedy elephant lives near the trees and wants all their fruit for himself.

Can Mashudu get the much-needed fruit to save his grandmother? Or will the elephant take it all for himself? And can he escape the dangers lurking in the jungle? Join us on this wonderful adventure through the jungle!

Fun for the whole family The Dancing Elephant is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

The Sloven by Stefan Grabinski is a classic horror story. It comes from his book of short stories about railway travel. A Wonderful Adventure has adapted this story into a spooky play especially for the whole family.

Saturday 30 October

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Blazek Boron has been a train conductor for many, many years. He has become jaded with passengers making his life difficult. One night, while training a new conductor, Blazek notices an old familiar smell, like fennel. He knows this smell all too well. It signals the imminent arrival of the Sloven: the train monster made up of lost things left behind by passengers, and disaster always follows in its wake!

Can Blazek convince his young recruit of the imminent danger before it is too late, and will the nervous passengers complicate matters further? What does the train monster want and can it be stopped in time? Join us for this wonderful adventure on the railway!

Fun for the whole family The Sloven by Stefan Grabinski is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

Journey to the Centre of the Earth is one of Jules Verne’s timeless classics. We’ve re-imagined the classic and created a brand-new adaptation for all the family!

Saturday 27 November

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

After discovering a secret message in an ancient manuscript, Professor Hardwigg is convinced that the Earth contains a vast subterranean network of tunnels that lead to the centre the planet. He goes to investigate taking his young niece Harri and the supercomputer H.A.N.S with him. They set off for Iceland and begin their descent into the crater of an extinct volcano.

What will the intrepid adventurers discover on their journey to the centre of the earth? What creatures dwell in the primordial caverns below? Dinosaurs? Will they ever make it back to the surface? Join us on this wonderful adventure to the centre of the earth!

Fun for the whole family this production is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

Join us for a special performance of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, followed by a workshop.

Saturday 18 December

Two shows: 3pm and 6pm

Tickets: £10 Children (£7 Adults) includes all workshop materials

Charles Dickens’ classic in a brand new adaptation! Ebenezer Scrooge is a grumpy fellow who has lost his way. He has no friends, shuns his family and only cares for money. But with the help of a spectral visit from his deceased friend Jacob Marley and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, it may not be too late! Can he change his ways? Christmas is a time of hope and it is never too late to make amends and let love into your heart! Join us on this wonderful adventure through the past, present and future!

Charles Dickens’ timeless classic is vividly brought to life with puppets, music and a festive magic all of its own. No matter what happens throughout the year, Christmas is always a time of hope and joy!

Fun for all the family this production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is performed by theatre company, A Wonderful Adventure. They specialise in the fantastical, magical and historical.

The Cast

George C Francis trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2007 with a distinction in acting. He has performed in and directed a wide variety of productions. He recently played Jamie in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at the Other Palace, Toad in “The Wind in the Willows”, Father in “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and Dickon in “The Secret Garden”. Other roles include the title character in “Macbeth”, Ganya in “The Idiot”, Leontes in “The Winter’s Tale”, Ivan in “Ward no. 6” Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”, Bob in Cutlery Wars”, Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”, Beast in “Beauty and The Beast”, and Scrooge in “Grumpy Old Scrooge”. He has led and facilitated several workshops for young people, and people with special needs.

Halie Darling graduated from LJMU with a first-class BA Hons in drama. She has performed and produced in the West End, One of the performances she worked on won a West End Talks Award. Halie has performed in many productions as an actor, as well as directing and producing. Recent credits include The Witch in “Room on the Broom”, Mel in Monsteers production of “The Feeling” at The Other Palace, Mrs Fletcher in “Cold Delivery”, Ratty in “The Wind in the Willows”, Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden”, Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” and Amelia in “Amelia Earhart at the Edge of the Stars”, Halie starred in “Alien: Escape” aside the legendary monster from the Alien franchise. She played Mrs Lovett from Sweeney Todd on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV. She has led and facilitated workshops for adults and children and people with special needs.

The Healing Comedy Club returns to Dickens Yard in May with a new format. We’ve two shows, slightly shorter in length but still guaranteed to give you a great night out.

Thursdays

Early Show: 7.30pm

Late Show: 9pm

This is a FREE event but you must book as tickets are limited.

If you want to book a ticket for Thursday 10 June Early Show, click on this link

Book tickets for Thursday 10 June Late Show by clicking on this link

BYOB

Some of the comics are at the start of their “stand up journey”, whilst others are familiar faces.

Everyone needs a bit of humour in their lives. This evening is one way of injecting it into your life! It’s also an opportunity to support two organisations by paying what you can at the end of the show. The Healing Comedy Club are supporting Mama Biashara and OPEN Ealing.

Mama Biashara works with the poorest and most marginalised people in Kenya. The charity gives grants to set up small, sustainable businesses that bring financial independence and security. They offer training and employment in everything from phone repairs to manicures. http://www.mamabiashara.com

OPEN Ealing is an arts organisation with the aim to introduce a refreshing cultural space and exciting arts programmes to the community. The organisation brings together artists, performers, art groups and residents to promote creativity and create new opportunities.

About Healing Comedy Club

Every Thursday we hold a weekly open mic comedy night; all things and Covid-19 prevailing. It’s a great evening which aims to make you feel good. You get to see comedians at all stages of their careers, hear varied material and have a good laugh.

The venue is large and airy, yet has an intimate feel. The flexible seating means that we can arrange chairs in household bubbles and ensure everyone has a great view. We make sure the venue is sanitised before you come in, monitor the numbers in the room during the show and do our best to keep you safe.

Rudy Ilyas established Healing Comedy Club in 2018. They do most of their contact via Facebook. To keep up to date with their gigs like and follow their page https://www.facebook.com/groups/healingcomedyclub/

If you are an act and want to perform, please email Rudy healingcomedyclub@gmail.com