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New Skool Vs Old Skool Comedy Show

The Glee Club Birmingham, 70 Hurst Street, West Midlands

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Sun, 1st Oct 17
Doors Open
7:00 pm
Last Entry
8.00 pm
Event Ends
10:30 pm - Sun, 1st Oct 17
Age Restriction
18 and over
Dress Code
No caps or hoods
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COBO brings a Black History Month Special. New Skool Vs Old Skool brings the finest young comedians & the comedy veterans for a night of guaranteed fun & laughter. 

Team Old Skool: Travis Jay, Shabba Da Comedian, Mo Gilligan 
Team New Skool: Slim Comedian, Mr Cee, Kane Brown

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SUNDAY 1st October 2017 @ THE GLEE CLUB Doors open 7pm Show time approx 8pm

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Slim the Comedian -

Slim has to be the UK Comedy scene's best kept secret. Having been in the game for several years with an incredible global reputation, it seems only now audiences from his home ground are beginning to sit up and pay attention.

Through his years within the industry, Slim has successfully toured Europe, The Caribbean and the U.S.A; performing at Jamaica's Annual Red Stripe Comedy Tour and alongside Def Comedy Jam comics, making him the only black British comedian ever to perform on the Caribbean island and the 1st black UK comic to perform at Hollywood Comedy Store. He has also appeared on several shows and supported some comedic greats such as John Witherspoon (Star of Friday and Boomerang), Felix Dexter (star of BBC2 Absolutely Fabulous), Robbie Gee (star of Guy Ritchie's film 'Snatch'), Bill Bellemy (Star of Def Comedy Jams "How to be a player"), Kevin Hart (star of "Soul Plane , Scary Movie 4"), Mark Curry (star of "Hanging with Mr. Cooper"


Kane Brown

Kane Brown is THE name which has become associated with fearless and bold comedy who leaves crowds wanting more with his outlandish, direct & honest style of comedy.