Deli Comedy Club - Pride Special

Theatre Deli, Broadgate, London

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Broadgate, Broadgate
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Thu 13th Jun 2019

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Where:Theatre Deli, Broadgate, London EC2M 2PF
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Times:20:00 - 22:00

About the event

Join us June 13th, for the Deli Comedy Club Pride Special, featuring a stellar line up of upcoming and established LGBTQ+ Comedians all in celebration of Pride!


Robert White

Robert White is the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy scene. Known for his brilliant timing and performance style, Robert’s chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery won him the 2010 Malcolm Hardy Award for Comic Originality. And in the same year, he wrote one of Dave’s Top Ten Jokes of The Fringe.

He is arguably best known as coming second in ITV’s highest rated show, Britain’s Got Talent, in 2018, which also led to an appearance on ITV’s Lorraine.

"Brilliant" Attitude

Charlie Ross (MC)

Charlie has been performing on the UK circuit for years. In that time he has written and performed in many Fringe shows which have been very well received by audiences and critics alike. He has a likeable and engaging style, warm and chatty which audiences lap up. He has performed at most of the major comedy clubs in the country including the Comedy Store and is a regular on the Jongleurs network.

“Delightful…. Brilliant use of accents” The Scotsman

“Comedy genius” Scotsgay

Iszi Lawrence

Iszi Lawrence is a comedian, BBC Radio 4 Making History Presenter and Host Of The British Museum Membercast and The Z List Dead List Podcast’s.

"Like Horrible Histories for adults" Nottingham Live

Metro and The Evening Standard Recommend

Michael Eldridge

Michael is an upcoming comedian from London who is already performing at the UK’s biggest comedy clubs, such as The Comedy Store and Backyard Comedy. He won Huge Rat Comedy Competition 2018 and is resident host at Dalston Comedy Club.

Katie Price

Katie Price is an fast rising Finchley based comedian recently reached the final of the LGBTQ Comic of the Year award with Scott Capurro saying "I don't often watch someone where I think 'I wish I'd written that' but I thought that about 15 times watching you, fast and fucking furious. Really brave"

Katie is also a resident host of the sell out Mazel Tov and Cocktails Monthly comedy event.

'to-die-for opening gag' (Steve Bennett, Chortle)

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