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Headliner: Harriet Kemsley 

Harriet is an award winning comedian, writer and actress. Recently, she starred in the Viceland reality sitcom Bobby and Harriet: Get Married which she co-created and co-wrote with her husband Bobby Mair, to huge critical acclaim. She also performed on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, Jo Brand’s Channel 4 series Damned, appeared on the most recent season of Doctor Foster for BBC, appeared as a Guest on Dave’s Hypothetical and is a recurring guest on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and 8 Out of 10 Cats.

As seen on Live At The Apollo8 Out Of 10 Cats Does CountdownHypotheticalRoast BattleGuessableAs Yet UntitledComedy Central At The Comedy Store and Bobby & Harriet Get Married. ‘At the dawn of her TV career’ (Radio Times). ‘Packs in high calibre jokes’ (Guardian). **** ‘A masterful hour’ (Skinny). **** (Scotsman). **** (List). **** (Fest).

Opener: Hannah Byczkowski

Winner of BBC1’s The Traitors. Hannah Byczkowski is one of those naturally funny people who just had to start doing it professionally otherwise the world would miss out. Endearingly honest she wears her heart on her sleeve and makes sure everyone has a good laugh with it.Quick witted and hilariously compelling, Hannah has been named a ‘powerhouse performer who has grabbed live comedy by the scruff of the neck who has given it a jolly good kicking!’ by one of London’s biggest comedy promoters.Using narration and story-telling as well as observational humour, Hannah is fast moving through the comedy circuit.Hannah regularly performs as an MC in and around London, in addition to performing a wide range of stand up sets up and down the country.Her style is her own as she wonderfully combines tall tales with observational humour leaving audiences rolling in the aisles and in the seats in some cases. Having big noises across the comedy circuit she’s become one to watch in no time at all.Credits.In late 2022, Hannah appeared on BBC1’s hit show The Traitors.



Funny Rabbit Comedy Club: Harriet Kemsley & Hannah Byczkowski

Fri 15 December


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