Thu, 21 Apr|
The Chapel Live
Chapel Comedy Bonanza - Andy Parsons, Ian Smith, Louise Young, Alasdair Beckett King
😂😂 The second instalment of The Chapel Comedy Bonanza brings a selection of four bloody hilarious comedians, non other than Andy Parsons, Ian Smith, Louise Young and Alasdair Beckett King.😂😂
Time & Location
21 Apr, 19:30
The Chapel Live, Salisbury SP1 2AP, UK
About The Event
Ian Smith - is a multi-award winning comedian, actor and writer. He has appeared on BBC Fresh From the Fringe, BBC3 panel show Sweat the Small Stuff and BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. He was also one third of the popular Dave podcast, The Magic Sponge, alongside Rob Beckett, which has previously topped the iTunes comedy charts.
Andy Parsons - Andy is a multi-award winning comedian who started his career writing for Weekending and Smith and Jones, and went on to become one of the main writers on the ground-breaking Spitting Image satirical puppet show. As well as being a regular on Mock The Week for ten years, Andy has performed on numerous radio and TV shows including Live at the Apollo, QI, Saturday Live, The Stand Up Show, The Comedy Store, The PMQ Show, Scrooby Trevithick, and Parsons and Naylor’s Pull-Out Sections.
Louise Young - Hailing from Newcastle, Louise Young has quickly become one of the brightest new names on the comedy circuit. She is a regular at clubs up and down the country including the Glee Clubs, Komedia, and The Stand. Louise has supported the likes of Jason Manford and Alan Carr on their nation wide UK and Ireland tours. In 2020, she was nominated for Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and the following year was nominated for Leicester Comedy Festival’s Best Festival Appearance. Louise was also a finalist in the Funny Women Awards in 2018.
Alasdair Beckett King - Alasdair is a legendary comedian, in that there is little historical evidence that he exists. But he does exist. Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017, Alasdair has appeared on the BBC's Mock the Week, BBC Radio 4 Extra, and has performed stand-up at Glastonbury, the Edinburgh Fringe and several international comedy festivals. He knows quite a lot about 19th century magicians. Tourists often ask to have their photo taken with him, presumably impressed by this.