STEVE BEST
THURSDAY 27TH NOVEMBER DOOR 8PM - GIG 8.30PM - £9
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 “UNINFORMED OPINIONS”
"Satirical songs are hard to pull off  successfully, but if anyone can do it, Steve Gribbin can. In fact, he pulls it off with real aplomb."  THE  INDEPENDENT 
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As seen on 'Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow' “Very funny” The Mirror   “Excellent... extremely talented...  brilliant” Time Out “Witty and sharp” Three Weeks
“UNINFORMED OPINIONS” is pure stand-up comedy. There are no gimmicks - simply Jo Caulfield and her biting acerbic tongue. This is the show for anyone who has ever wanted to scream: “Please shut up -  YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT!”  Audiences can expect razor-sharp observations and scandalous one-liners as Jo Caulfield shares her opinions on everything from women who always pick the wrong partner and men who continually quote gangster films, to families arguing on trains and the growth of passive-aggressive corporate friendliness. Jo also confesses to a romantic break that almost ended in divorce, re-enacts the world’s WORST birthday party and explains why her husband could  never be a serial killer. But don't worry. It’s not all one-sided. Audiences WILL be encouraged to join in and share their own opinions. Even though they are completely WRONG! “Many of the points Jo Caulfield makes about the human condition would have sociologists stroking their beards in admiration, but her audiences tend to be laughing too much to notice" - The Times.
 Regularly seen on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Have I Got News For You and Mock The Week, Jo Caulfield has been nominated as “the best female Stand-Up in the country” (Chortle.co.uk), “one of the Top 100 Comedians” (Channel 4). Jo was Graham Norton’s head writer for all 5 seasons of the BAFTA-winning So Graham Norton.
“Ian D Montfort, a gloriously deadpan pseudo-psychic. His show ... begins with  laughable attempts to work the audience and then Binns unleashing faitly  inexplicable clairvoyant revelations, leaving most of the room gasping with  incredulity. So he can spoof it, and can really ‘do it”- The Telegraph Support from Tom Binns and Ivan Brackenbury
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 “…Smart and witty…she has an easy  rapport with the audience that many more experienced comedian would sell their joke books for.” Metro     
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JO CAULFIELD 2015 TOUR - 20TH MARCH 2015 £11
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“In a class of his own” The Times “Inspired collection of visual japes” Malcolm Hay, Time Out
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“sarcastic raconteur” Leeds Metro.
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“If you’re a fan of Bill Bailey or Rich Hall, you’re  probably a Christian Reilly fan already” The Guardian“Blisteringly funny songs” The Stage
“Without doubt, one of the most exciting and original finds in comedy in recent years” The Guardian  “Phil brought the house down with a truly original and riotous act of visual comedy” The Mirror
“Jo Enright is one of the most naturally gifted Mcomic talents I’ve ever seen.  I’d put her in the same league as Julie Walters.” - PETER KAY
BOLDMERE SCHOOL- Cofield Rd, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands    SATURDAY 18th MARCH DOOR 7.30PM
GIG 8.30PM £10 in advance £12.50 on the night CALL 321 3850 TO BOOK.  BAR AND SNACKS ON THE NIGHT...
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As seen on - Celebrity Juice - 8 Out of Ten Cats Dave’s One Night Stand
As seen on ‘THE JOB LOT’ - ‘LIFE’S TOO SHORT’- ‘TROLLIED’ - ‘IDEAL’ - ‘LAB RATS’ -  ‘I’M ALAN PARTRIDGE’ - ‘PETER KAY’S PHOENIX NIGHTS’
Rob Rouse’s cartoon face and cheeky banter allow him to get away with murder” THE INDEPENDENT