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Collywobblers Comedy, Sion James


Sunday 26th January 2020 Collywobblers Comedy at The Railway Streatham:
Secret Celebrity Special Guest Who Cannot Be Named, Luke Kempner, Atticus Kidd, Ali Woods Sadia Azmat MC Sion James

The Railway 2 Greyhound Lane Streatham London SW16 5SD

Advanced Tickets available ONLINE:

For information on reservations please contact or call us on 020 8769 9448 / 07734805817

£8 Entry (£6 concessions , And for Advanced bookings)

Doors 7.00pm Show 8.00pm Food available until 8.00pm

Nearest train station: Streatham Common

Advanced £6 Tickets Available Online / From the Bar OR £8 Cash on the Door.

Discount for Group Booking of 6 or more-Free ticket for the group organiser

Secret Celebrity Special Guest Who Cannot Be Named

As seen on BBC's Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Dave TV's Taskmaster and Netflix

*This is a celebrity comic whose name cannot be publicised who will be warming up for big TV appearance or tour warmup

Luke Kempner

Impressionist and star of YouTube hit Downstairs At Downton, appeared on TV on 'The Tracey Ullman Show'

'The energizer bunny of impressionists' (The Huffington Post)

'Gloriously funny' (The Independent on Sunday).

Atticus Kidd

"A dead pan and blunt comic who over shares and doesn't pull any punches"

Ali Woods
BBC New Comedian of the Year 2018 Nominee

Sadia Azmat

'A very funny promising new comedian' (Mark Lawson, BBC Radio 4).
Star of own critically acclaimed BBC podcast "No Country For Young Women”as featured in Apple's Top picks for 2018.

MC Sion James

"Utterly charming... Lovable giant' Time Out London

Please get there much earlier if ordering food and please call The Railway to book a table for dining. Please aim to Back Function Room for reserved seats by 7.45pm.

Acts shown are correct at time of going to press. Mgmt reserve the right to change the line-up without notice.

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