Gits and Shiggles Comedy
Tue 09 Oct 2012
At 08:00 PM
Recommended by Time Out and London is Funny. Our MC tonight is Barry Ferns.
The number 1 David Hasselhof fan!
Stefan is a religious icon and David Hasselhoff impersonator. He is on a self appointed world tour of the UK spreading the word of Hoffism with his presentation, Ze Hoff Und Me.
Rich Fulcher (Mighty Boosh): Rich is probably best known for co-starring in the stage, radio and television shows, The Mighty Boosh alongside Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding in which he played various roles, most notably Bob Fossil. Rich later collaborated with Boosh co-star Matt Berry on BBC Three sketch show Snuff Box in 2006 which was released on DVD in the US in 2011. Fulcher has also performed worldwide as the character of Eleanor The Tour Whore, a rock groupie who originally appeared in The Boosh.
Rich’s other TV credits include: Children's Hospital (Adult Swim), NTSF:SD:SUV (Adult Swim), Jon Benjamin Has a Van (Comedy Central), The Sarah Silverman Program (Comedy Central), Funny or Die Presents (HBO), Skins (E4), The Omid Djalili Show (BBC One) and has appeared on Miranda Hart's Unwrapped (BBC Two), The Wright Stuff (Channel Five), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC Two) and Journey of the Childmen (The Mighty Boosh on Tour documentary).
Nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the British Comedy Awards 2011.
Longlisted for Best Supporting Actor at the WhatsOnStage Awards 2011.
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011.
Chortle Student Comedy Award Finalist 2010.
Paramount Funniest Student Winner 2009.
‘Vibrant, intelligent and fantastically-arranged…crackles with energy and glows with originality.’ - Spoonfed 'Talented upcoming star' - Timeout
'A clever comic who's never afraid to look cocksure in the name of humour'. - The Guardian
'Someone definitely thinking about his comedy and not just going through the motions.' - The British Comedy Guide
'A smart and quirky writer constantly seeking an original route'. - Chortle
Barry Ferns has been writing and performing comedy since he was 17 years old. At that tender age won the Glastonbury Festival Comedy competition and reached the semi final of "So you think you're funny". He was described by Bristol’s “Venue Magazine” as “sickeningly talented” and by Matt Lucas as “One of the best new acts I have ever seen”.