Join some of your favourite names in comedy for a night of riotous laughs, featuring Sol Bernstein, Isy Suttie and Sara Barron. Hosted by Andrea Hubert.
Singer, dancer, comedian, magician, actor and musician, Sol Bernstein has been dubbed "The world's oldest living Jewish comedian".
Having been rated Best Triangle Player by Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington in the 1950s, he went on to perform across the globe at venues such as The London Palladium, New York’s Carnegie Hall, The Paris Olympia, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and Scunthorpe Working Mens Club.
Besides his work with Elvis, The Beatles and Judy Garland, Sol has also been friends with and worked with greats such as The Rat Pack, Lenny Bruce, Jack Benny, George Burns and Milton Berle.
Isy Suttie is a comedian, actress and writer who started performing stand-up in 2002. She has written for The Guardian, The Observer, and Glamour, and was a regular writer and performer on BBC Radio 4, where her show Pearl and Dave won a Gold Sony Award in 2013. She played Dobby in the sitcom Peep Show and also provides narration on Posh Pawn.
Sara Barron is one of the fastest-rising comedians of her generation. After hosting the hit US storytelling show ‘The Moth’, she moved to London and has since been nominated for a prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award and a Chortle Award.
Since her 2018 debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, she’s starred on shows including Live at the Apollo (BBC), Would I Lie to You? (BBC) and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC). Sara’s two stand-up hours, For Worse (2018) and Enemies Closer (2019) have sold out at both the Edinburgh Festival and at multiple runs in London’s Soho Theatre.
Andrea Hubert (Host)
Andrea Hubert is a London-based comedian, TV writer and arts journalist. She and her partner won the 2013 BAFTA Rocliffe Award for new comedy writing, and she has contributed to various publications and networks, including The Guardian, The Telegraph and Channel 4.