Laughter on the cards at Havana Club, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 11:42 27 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:27 06 May 2010

Headliner Rudi Lickwood

Headliner Rudi Lickwood

THREE top comedians come together to appear at The Comedy Club at Havana next Thursday evening, October 1. MC for the evening is Michael Legge, who describes himself as, the baby that Ronnie Barker found in his bed-pan in the Christmas special of Porridg

Michael Legge

THREE top comedians come together to appear at The Comedy Club at Havana next Thursday evening, October 1.

MC for the evening is Michael Legge, who describes himself as, "the baby that Ronnie Barker found in his bed-pan in the Christmas special of Porridge".

Fast becoming the most sought-after host on the comedy circuit, he has a background in improvisation, stand-up, writing, compering, hosting, acting and TV warm-up work.

He performs all over Britain and beyond including the Irish Republic, Australia, Canada and Dubai.

Steve Best

Opening proceedings will be Steve Best - a self-confessed clown for the new age. Likened to a young Steve Martin, he combines his material with a talent for visual humour and uses all manner of gadgets and gags to keep his audience in stitches.

He has worked with Frank Skinner and Craig Charles on sell-out nationwide tours and appeared with Baddiel and Skinner on their Unplanned live TV show.

Headlining is Rudi Lickwood, the top black comedian on the UK comedy circuit. He hosted the exclusive Brit Awards after-show party in February 2008 and was named in the Black 100+ awards for the greatest black British achievers.

His achievements were recognised in 2004 when he received the prestigious BECA comedy award for outstanding contribution.

The show at Havana in Victoria Street, St Albans, begins at 9pm and tickets are £10 in advance from 01727 862456 or www.hahaheehee.com or £12.50 on the door.


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