Monday 26th March

Country Mile is back with its seventeenth night of cheap & charitable comedy from some of the most exciting comedians around. Guaranteed to sell out!

DESIREE BURCH (Have I Got News for You; The Russell Howard Hour; The Mash Report; Frankie Boyle's New World Order; QI) - “Smart, original, refreshing, and maybe even necessary" - New Yorker; "Her pace is relentless and pounding, which will leave your sides aching and your lungs gasping" - Chortle

ADAM HESS (Tonight at the London Palladium; Live from the BBC; @elevenish; Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer 2015 nominee) - "For good quality gags per minute, there is no better comedian" - Independent; "I’ve seen few shows that are funnier" - Times

FELICITY WARD (Mock the Week; Live from the BBC; The John Bishop Show; 2016 Chortle Club Comic of the Year nominee) - "Thoroughly engaging… Warm and witty" - Independent; "A laugh a minute… sharp, upbeat and self-mocking" - Guardian

PIERRE NOVELLIE (The Mash Report; Chris Ramsey's Stand Up Central; 2016 and 2017 Chortle Club Comic of the Year nominee) - "Dawn of a major talent" - Guardian; "Packed full of belly laughs…impressively well written, perfectly building and building and rich with detail" - Metro

LAZY SUSAN (The Mash Report; This Country; The Windsors; The Now Show; Radio 4’s The East Coast Listening Post; Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer 2014 nominee) - "A breath of comic fresh air" - Fest; "This is everything sketch shows should be - odd, inventive, silly and lots of fun" - Daily Mirror.

ED NIGHT (Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee 2017; Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Nominee 2017; Runner-up, Piccadilly Comedy Club New Act of the Year 2016) - "Ed Night stands at the dawn of the new age of stand up... at 21 years of age, [he] has no right to be as good as he is" - Fest; "By the end of his refreshingly different show, you are left with a sneaking suspicion that you may have seen one of the future stars of British comedy" - iNews

ROSE JOHNSON [MC] (1/3 of 'Birthday Girls'; Live At The Electric; @elevenish; Radio 4's Sketchorama) - "A different class… This is joy" - Skinny; “Thunderously good fun" – Fest

Country Mile Comedy Club 17 is fundraising for the RCN Foundation, who support the needs of nurses, midwives and health care assistants as well as nursing students. As a registered charity they help individuals to develop their practice so that they can provide the very best possible advice, support and care to patients. The RCN Foundation achieves this through awarding project grants and bursaries. Additionally, their hardship funding provides assistance to members of the nursing team in times of need, providing that extra support they may need to get their lives back on track.

Praise for Country Mile Comedy Club:

"A fascinating evening's entertainment... Highly recommended" ★★★★ - LondonTheatre1

Details: Monday 26 March, 8pm (approx. 2hr 15mins, inc. interval). The Star of Kings, 126 York Way, London, N1 0AX. Tickets: £3.50 online (plus a small booking fee) / £5 on the door. SOLD OUT