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Headliner: Ali Woods

Award-winning stand-up comedian and multi-viral online sketch sensation Ali Woods headlines Funny Rabbit following his his debut stand-up tour!

Ali has reached over 100 million views with his relatable sketches and stand-up on Instagram and TikTok, and is one of the most recognisable new faces in British online comedy.

As seen on Comedy Central Live, ITV2’s Stand Up Sketch Show and heard on BBC Radio 4. Previously tour support for Russell Kane, Adam Kay and Axel Blake. 

“In a world of wannabes, Woods is the real deal” – Evening Standard

“Expect to see big things from this rising star” – The Wee Review

Opening: Kate Martin:

Made in the South but raised in the North, Kate’s confident, high energy story-telling is packed with razor sharp observations of life through queer eyes.
“Kate Martin is brilliantly funny, energetic and a little bit filthy, which I’m sure you’ll agree is a pretty great combo” – Angela Barnes

“Explosive new talent and one of the best new acts we have EVER seen. Kate Martin has exploded onto the comedy circuit with a style, delivery and confidence far beyond her experience. Definitely an act that you will be bragging about seeing early in her career.” – Nodding Dog

Funny Rabbit Comedy Club: Ali Woods and Kate Martin

Fri 27 September


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