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Comedy Nightcap with Kelly Convey & Marlon Davis

05 Oct 2019 00:00 - 00:00

Penshurst Village Hall

Kelly Convey’s first stand-up gig was 1st March 2016, since then, she has seen an unprecedented & meteoric rise through the comedy scene.

Within 6 months, Kelly was a finalist in the most prestigious comedy competition in the UK SYTYF . Within a year, Kelly was signed to the biggest comedy agent in the country, Off The Kerb . Within 2 years, Convey was regularly performing at the UK’s biggest comedy clubs alongside household names like Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett. Kelly Convey now enters her third year of stand-up in 2019, where she will be tour support for Russell Kane & Alan Carr, as well as performing her debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe.

As seen on – UniLAD, Comedy Central, BBC Three, Channel 4.

 

“One of the most rapidly-rising new comics on the circuit”

– British Comedy Guide

 

“Hilarious Women to Look Out For”

– Metro

 

“There’s a winning authenticity to her material…”

– Chortle

 

 

Marlon Davis is a talented comedian, improviser and actor whose recent TV appearances include BBC’s Live At The Apollo and Comedy Central’s Comedy Store Live.

Beginning his career in stand-up comedy in 2005, Marlon Davis made the final of two national competitions Laughing Horse and So You Think You’re Funny at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival the following year, very quickly and firmly cementing his status as a rising star on the comedy circuit.

Marlon has supported Kevin Bridges, Michael McIntyre and Alan Carr on tour and is performing at clubs, arts centres and theatres all over the UK. Marlon’s act is inspired from his upbringing, exploring urban Britain tackling its social issues with skillful characterisations.

 

‘Bursts on to the stage like a breath of fresh air, with impish grin, boyish enthusiasm and an effortlessly open, confident style’

– Chortle

 

‘Davis is charming, with a winning smile, his passion in acting out all the little scenarios that comprise his set is enviable’

– Chortle