About the show
Laughs should be local.
Join us at Theatre Peckham for our comedy night, bringing the hottest talent on the circuit to Peckham.
You’ve seen them on TV, you’ve heard them on the radio, now see them live.
Travis Jay is a stand-up comedian, actor and radio presenter and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee.
A phenomenal live act, Travis most recently performed his 2021/22 show Travis Jay Live to a sold out Bloomsbury Theatre, which was also filmed as a special and will be released in 2022. He has previously played to sold out crowds at the world-famous West End Palladium Theatre as part of the U Got Jokes Comedy show and performed alongside Dave Chappelle for Dave Chappelle and Friends directed by Stan Lathan in 2018 which subsequently led to him supporting Chappelle in London as part of his world tour. Travis made his Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2019 with his show Funny, Petty, Cool which achieved widespread critical acclaim and recently supported Britain’s Got Talent golden-buzzer winning comedian Kojo Anim on his UK tour in 2020.
On television, Travis is a regular on Late Night Mash (DAVE), and as a writer and voice artist for the rebooted Spitting Image (Britbox) and has appeared on shows including Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Mo Gilligan: Black, British & Funny (Channel 4) and Drunk History and Comedy Central Live (Comedy Central).
Travis has also created and co-presents the popular weekly boxing podcast Undefeated with fellow comedian KG tha Comedian.
Annie McGrath is a comedian renowned for her joke writing skills and deadpan style. She is also a talented artist and host of the podcast Secret Artists. She curated Art is the Best Medicine, an exhibition of artworks by comedians including Vic Reeves, Harry Hill, Josie Long, Jenny Eclair and Alex Horne to raise money for Mental Health UK. The exhibition featured on the front page of the Guardian Guide and in large spreads in the Evening Standard and iNews.
Annie was selected to be part of a line-up of alternative stand-up and character comedians on Channel 4’s Sparks series. She has appeared in a number of comedy sketches for the Sparks strand, as well as co-writing and starring in Channel 4’s Girls Go Trolling. She acted alongside Gemma Whelan in the BAFTA-nominated short horror film The Blue Door. Annie’s credits also include SoccerAM (Sky Sports) and @elevenish (ITV2). Annie presented the series Have You Met? for English Heritage where she told funny histories of British historical figures. An established sketch writer, Annie was a finalist in the 2018 Funny Women Awards with her short PanettoneGate. She returned to the awards in 2019, where her 5-part series Baby Shower came runner-up for Best Web Series. Annie’s stand-up has featured on Audible, BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio 4 Extra and she has written for BBC Radio 4’s Newsjack. Annie has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe since 2016 and regularly performs at clubs, theatres and festivals nationwide. Aside from solo stand-up, Annie writes and performs as one half of the double-act Twins with Jack Barry.
Running Time: 90mins
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