Something to Crow about at St Albans comedy club

THREE top comedians will, be performing at The Comedy Club at Havana next Thursday, March 4. MC for the evening will be Phil Butler who has always been a popular act, even when he was serving his apprenticeship in holiday parks, end of the pier shows, pan

THREE top comedians will, be performing at The Comedy Club at Havana next Thursday, March 4.

MC for the evening will be Phil Butler who has always been a popular act, even when he was serving his apprenticeship in holiday parks, end of the pier shows, pantos and cruise ships.

He joined the UK comedy circuit in 2001 and has also performed for British troops in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

Phil has had a cameo role in BBC's Hotel Babylon and a TV advert for the AA. He is currently producing and hosting a Podcast called The Green Room which is recorded backstage on the comedy circuit with interviews and clips of the show.


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Opening proceedings at Havana in Victoria Street, St Albans, will be Christian Reilly, a former integral part of the Perrier award-winning show Otis Lee Crenshaw and the Black Liars with comic/songster Rich Hall.

His career has taken him around the world three times, on the way receiving accolades at international festivals and numerous network TV credits in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Britain.

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Now a stand-up comedian, he plays all the major comedy venues and uses his guitar and vocal skills to target histrionic rock bands, musical theatre and morose indie musicians.

Headlining the evening will be Adam Crow, a clear candidate for the title comedian's comedian and a favourite of such diverse luminaries as Griff Rhys Jones, Gloria Hunniford and Dr Fox.

He also appears regularly on TV in such shows as Casualty, The Dream Team, Trust and The Bill.

The evening gets underway at 8pm with the show beginning at 9pm. Tickets are �10 in advance from 01727 862456 or online at www.hahaheehee.com or �12.50 on the door.

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