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Comedy at Kingston University is Back
There will be anarchy at Kingston University on the 8th March. Four alumni students, who built a career in comedy are returning to their former campus on Penrhyn Road, to bring fun and laughter to a new (or old) generation.
For a full night of comedy head down to Kingston University's Space Bar on Penrhyn Road Campus at 7pm. Tickets are £12, and with drinks at student prices, you can afford to fill your glasses before the show kicks off at 8.00pm.
So just who are you paying to see? First in the line up is Stephen Grant, the compere of the Krater Comedy Club in Brighton, and one of the UK's funniest, hardest working and most respected comedians. Stephen never fails to generate the laughs.
James Mullinger studied English Literature and Women's studies at Kingston University before going on to be a journalist. It was not until 2005 that he switched career paths and became a comedian. His quick-wit and natural charm make for funny anecdotes, and his casual banter puts audiences at ease.
As well as doing stand up comedy, the Geordie, Richard Morton, is also a singer and songwriter. Many of these songs are hilarious - and occasional risque.
At the age of just twenty, Bromley lad, Tom Allen, won the comedy new-comers award ' So You Think You're Funny'. Since then he has toured the US, Australia, and writes for Radio 4.