Healing Comedy Club Presents…

Event Details

Where:
OPEN Ealing Arts Centre W5 2TD

When: 4 Sep -
Wednesday 8:00 pm
Price: £12.50 + Booking Fee - tickets via Eventbrite

Friday 4 September

8 – 10pm (doors open at 7.30pm)

£12.50 + Booking Fee

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Healing Comedy Club presents Kae Kurd and Joe Jacobs

Join us for a night of hilarity and joy, in a socially distanced venue, with a limited audience capacity, for a night to remember.

Kae Kurd

A smart, sharp and brilliantly astute young British-Kurdish stand up making a serious name for himself. He is recognised as one of the UK’s fastest rising comedy stars, creating and curating content across a range of platforms. His debut stand up special “Kurd Your Enthusiasm” was another huge success receiving over 100K views when it was released on YouTube, with joe.co.uk’s Creative Director noting “It’s intriguing – and exciting – that a performer with such a slick mainstream swagger is able to weave so many socio-political issues into his act.”

TV credits include Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Don’t Hate the Playaz (ITV2),The Tez O’clock Show (Channel 4) Know Your Rights (own series on Channel 4 OD), Comedians Solve World Problems (Comedy Central), Three Guys Eat (BBC Three) and BBC Asian Network’s Big Comedy Night.

Kae is also a hugely in demand writer. Most recent projects Charlie Brooker’s Cunk & Other Humans (BBC Two), Anti-Viral Wipe (BBC Two), Redknapp’s Home Fixture (Sky One) and League of Their Own (Sky One).

His brand new tour The Spoken Kurd will launch in 2021, with many shows selling out in record time.

Joe Jacobs

Joe Jacobs is a London based comedian, rapper and writer. Since 2012, he has performed nationally and internationally, sharing bills with acts including Bill Burr, Stewart Lee and Mr. Motivator.

His live shows effortlessly flit between hip hop and comedy and he’s been seen/heard on Channel 4, BBC Radio 4, BBC 6 Music, Radio 1XTRA and gained millions of viral video views. In addition to stand up, as solo artist Jester Jacobs, he’s put out music since his debut Mental Disorderin in 2008.

In 2017, Joe took Ripe to the Edinburgh Fringe and received critical acclaim. In 2019, he returned with Grimefulness.

Joe has recently appeared on Channel 4’s stand up show Harry Hill’s ClubNite.

With support from Jacqui Doherty and Sharlin Jahan.

Healing Comedy Club Presents is hosted by Kyle Woolf.