The Kit Kat Comedy Club, featuring…
8th January 2016
Frank Sanazi – ‘The Ubermeister of Lounge’ brings a New Order and discipline to the usually more relaxed swing scene. Frank embraces the modern idiom by singing about and reflecting on the world around him, as his music and style originate from his homeland he has preferred to call the whole movement ‘Fatherlounge’. Club goers acknowledge that Frank has created a new style of show in the west, ‘Extreme Cabaret’, it does seem that his ‘Extreme Renditions’ of Rat Pack classics as well as his abrasive comedy stylings have endorsed him as the new Dark Prince of Original Burlesque.
Tom Ward – stand up comedian. Comedy is his love, his passion, his wife (and mistress) – he’ll do anything for her and leave his phone on at night in case she calls. Tales, impressions, sound effects, TV show pitches… he keeps things zippy, moving from place to place… theme to theme… with a keen desire always to provide pure entertainment for mind, body and spirit (both yours and his).
You’ll find Tom in and around London, doing opening 20′s at Up The Creek Sunday Special, Top Secret, Piccadilly Comedy Club, The King’s Head and Comedy Cafe, headlining at indie / boutique comedy nights and doing 10′s at The Comedy Store, Crack Comedy and Angel Comedy.
Lady Layton – ’You wouldnt describe her as the shy and retiring type’ says Nick Lakin, music press editor for Lancaster’s Guardian newspaper ‘but the artist says it has taken her a ‘while to find her voice and expose her soul’
Having being a professional performer for seven years, it has taken Lady Layton a while to really discover her one true love of music and to find the confidence to commit to it.
Flirting with almost all other performance art art-forms including music, such as Street Theatre, Burlesque, Film, TV and Theatre, Lady Layton, real name, Kerri Layton, has now officially ‘dumped’ all the others in order to marry her one true love: singing.
Compered by Charmian Hughes – stand up comedian, studied clowning under Philippe Gaulier and Theatre de Complicite but unable to uphold the mime vow of silence, ran away to play stand-up comedy clubs throughout the nation entertaining everyone from members of the House of Commons to ‘Lifers’ in prison (not to be confused). Charmian has stalked Chris Huhne and gave Frank Skinner his first avocado.