As a former student of Kingston University, I get regular updates of events they are hosting. Just recently I was informed about their next comedy night, which stars their very own alumni stand-up, James Mullinger.
Mullinger is currently on his 'Living the Dream' live tour, and has made it a point to visit his old haunt, The Space, at Penrhyn Road Campus.
The Space is Kingston's student union bar, located opposite the car park. It doesn't look much from the outside, but is full of atmosphere when you step through the door. The Space has a pool table, plasma television, stage for live music, and performances, as well as a drinks bar and Subway.
Tickets to Living the Dream are £5 for students and £8 for the general public. It will be held on the 22nd November, with the doors opening at 7pm.
After the birth of his second son, Mullinger's act focuses on fatherhood, pregnancy, and Thomas the Tank Engine. He will be supported by other comedians such as Carly Smallman, whose humour can be found in her naughty musical numbers. Andrew Doyle will also be performing. The stand-up made his first solo appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011, and has written two plays for BBC Radio 4.