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Friday Night Comedy 19th April with Barry Castagnola

Friday Night Stand up comedy with Barry Castagnola, Sally Anne Hayward and Erich McElroy (MC) plus guests at Hideaway Comedy Club Streatham South London
Friday, 19th Apr 2019
Doors 7pm, Show 8.30pm
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Come to Hideaway for your weekly dose of superb comedy line-ups (as seen on telly programmes such as Mock The Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Live At The Apollo!).

Headliners: Barry Castagnola, Sally Anne Hayward and Erich McElroy (MC) plus funny guests!*

It's cabaret seating at Hideaway, which means you'll watch the show from your table and food and drink is served throughout the evening.



***If you are booking for your birthday  the birthday person will receive free entry and a welcome cocktail if they produce photo ID on arrival. The birthday must fall within 7 days of the night you wish to attend. Please state in your bookings notes if it is a birthday group and tell us the name of the person celebrating. Do not purchase a ticket in advance for the birthday person, only purchase tickets for the rest of the group. Mistakes will not be refunded.

Barry Castagnola

Comedian, actor and writer Barry Castagnola has firmly established himself as an accomplished comic performer. He has been performing stand-up in the UK and internationally for over 6 years since blagging his way onto the stage at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His easy-going (yet very physical) style, mixing personal anecdotes with some sharp topical and political comment, enthuses audiences at most of the major comedy clubs in the UK. As well as being a popular compere, Barry regularly headlines gigs around the country. He has performed in New York, Ireland, The Melbourne Comedy Festival, Glastonbury and The Reading Festival. TV stand up includes The Stand Up Show (BBC1) and Net.Comedy (Carlton)

'Castagnola has crafted a delightfully enjoyable portrait of himself as a young man...well enjoyable' ****Chorlte

'Such fun... an appealing hour of biographical stand up' The Guardian - Todays Pick

'Perfect' ***** Three Weeks

'A confident, likeable comic ... it's his self deprecating bemusement at his own diary entries, overblown song lyrics, home videos and vintage possessions that holds this show together and provides the most hilarity' Metro

'A genial performer, he has a gift for self mockery and his youthful indescretions chime easily with an audience' The Scotsman 'So confident in the delivery of his've got to admire his no-frills approach' The Stage

'A hugely talented performer Scotsgay

'A natural anecdote teller... his enjoyable show marks him out as one to watch.' The List

Sally Anne Hayward

Sally-Anne Hayward combines the things you shouldn't like about your best friend's mum with the sensibilities of Jack the Ripper. An accomplished radio presenter with stage and TV acting credentials ('Absolutely Fabulous' BBC, 'Why the Long Faces' Square Donkey Productions, and TV warm-up for 'Deal or No Deal' Channel 4), Sally-Anne's confident persona and quick wit have rapidly made her a much sought-after comedian. She's a regular compere at Glastonbury Festival, and a keenly anticipated turn on the UK comedy circuit.

Sally-Anne is an award-winning comedian (Holsten Pils 'Fans of Comedy' award) and a sought-after corporate performer (with clients including Orange and Alcatel).

Erich McElroy as MC

Erich is a stand-up comedian and writer. Originally from Seattle, he moved to the UK in 2000 and in 2007 collected his British passport. His latest show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, (US) Electile Dysfunction, received numerous four and five star reviews and was a hit with audiences. Erich is a regular on the comedy circuit appearing at top clubs in the UK and in Europe. Erich has appeared on BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, Sky News and Five News. He has been heard talking comedy and politics on BBC 5 Live, BBC Surrey, BBC Berkshire and regularly on TalkRadio.

“This is political stand-up at its best.” BroadwayBaby

“Brilliant observation.” Chortle

“An American by birth, but British at heart.” ThreeWeeks

“Well worth it, even if you’re not in the least bit political.” Edinburgh Evening News

“A box worth ticking.” Metro

“Smart, sharp, endearing comic.” The List

**All comedy line ups can be subject to change at short notice.

A Hideaway Joint Promotion in Association with Crack Comedy