An evening of fantastic stand-up comedy in the basement of The Ill Repute, Old Market.
An evening of fantastic stand-up comedy in the basement of The Ill Repute in Old Market, Bristol.
You'll laugh, you'll laugh some more and then the night will need to end because the pub has to close.
Abi Clarke is a stand-up comedian based in Bristol who took to the internet in 2020 due to Lockdown, and achieved remarkable success. In her first year online, she amassed over a million followers across Instagram and TikTok, and now boasts a large following of three hundred and twenty-one thousand followers on Instagram, eight hundred and twelve followers (with over nineteen million likes across videos) on TikTok and and two hundred and sixty-three thousand subscribers on YouTube. Abi was named as one of the eleven comedy stars of the internet by The Independent, and has had her viral sketches shared by the likes of ENews, Buzzfeed, LadBible, Good Morning Britain, and BBC One. Fans of her online work include Russell Howard, Katherine Ryan, Patton Oswalt, SNL writer Mike DiCenzo, SNL main cast member Chloe Fineman and long-time director of Family Guy and creator of Phineas and Ferb, Dan Povenmire.
First and foremost a stand-up, Abi has made swift progress on the circuit and now performs at some of the UK’s most prestigious comedy clubs and has recently supported the likes of Russell Kane and Russell Howard around the UK.
Abi’s recent TV credits include Dating No Filter (Sky Max), the Emily Atack Show (ITV2), and she is soon to feature in Comedy Central’s new stand-up strand Comedy Central Live.
‘Hilarious and relatable’
- The Independent
‘A seriously clever comic... a thing of pure joy’
‘casual and instinctive... she has star quality, yes, but she's been ingenious and impressively focused in figuring out how to make sure her audience can identify with her’
- The Times
‘A rising star on the south-west of England's comedy circuit. a perfect melding of traditional and internet humour’
- The Independent
Hosted by Charlie Bowers.
Doors at 7.30pm, show starts at 8pm.
The Ill Repute
16 West Street
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