The Clapham Grand presents a series of comedy specials for 2022

Some of the biggest names in comedy are set to give South Londoners a laugh in Clapham next year.

Live at the Clapham Grand a comedy spectacular is on the last Friday of every month, with the first event on January 28 featuring Iain Stirling, Ed Gamble, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Michelle De Swarte and Tadiwa Mahlunge.

The show in February is equally packed full of talent, with Phil Wang, Suzi Ruffell, Ivo Graham, Olga Koch and Toussaint Douglass performing.

Owen Donovan, Managing Director said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing the best comedians working in the UK to The Clapham Grand.

“These spectacular line-ups showcase the best stand-ups working today, from those already with their own streaming specials to those appearing all over your TV.

“It was also important to us to include some of the most exciting new voices, guaranteed to be the superstars of tomorrow.

“We’re delighted to be adding all these brilliant names to the Clapham Grand’s rich comic history, and to be putting these huge shows on the Grand’s iconic stage.”

Other shows planned for the year will feature Rosie Jones, Rose Matafeo, Rhys James and Sophie Duker.

Pictured: Kiri Pritchard-McLean

 


 

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