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Laughs and more on the menu at The Big Laugh Café

PUBLISHED: 17:04 21 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:15 05 April 2013

Laughs and more on the menu at The Big Laugh Café

Laughs and more on the menu at The Big Laugh Café

The Big Laugh Café at Gloucester Guildhall is following up its sell-out show of last month, supporting Comic Relief, with three more top comedians on Saturday, April 6

The Big Laugh Caf

The Big Laugh Caf, at Gloucester Guildhall, is following up its sell-out show of last month, supporting Comic Relief, with three more top comedians who have a wide appeal across the county; as well as a great new menu.

On Saturday, April 6 MARLON DAVIS is the headline act, a bright young comedian, improviser and actor who embraces his work with energy and charm. Marlon embodies his characters and delivers his material with skilful observations.

Winner of the broadcast FHM Search for a Stand-up Competition and finalist in three other national comedy awards, Marlon works all over the UK comparing and headlining, including being a huge hit at the 1,800-capacity Leicester Comedy Festivals Preview Show, London's Comedy Store, Comedy Caf, and BBC Presents Comedy. Marlons act is inspired from his upbringing, exploring urban Britain tackling its social issues with skilful characterisations.

He has a string of awards, TV, Radio and Live shows to his name and would be enough of a show on his own, however as always, he is joined by two additional comedians.

Louis Rameys personal goal through comedy was to travel a lot and he certainly has become a very accomplished world traveller. He has performed in the Maritimes in St Johns, Newfoundland, Moncton, New Brunswick and Halifax. From August 2003-2008 Louis was hired by Nick @ Nite to be part of The Nick @ Nite Road Crew, seen every Friday Night on Nickelodeon Melbourne, Australia, back to Canada and Hong Kong and USA television appearances include his own half-hour comedy special Comedy Central Presents: Louis Ramey have all been career highlights.

Joel Dommett has had a hugely exciting career since starting stand up comedy in 2007. He was the face of MTV in 2012 and presented their daily news bulletins. He also worked on the live new Channel 4 after show, Live in Chelsea, How to Survive a Disaster Movie (Channel 5) and the hugely successful Impractical Jokers (BBC3). Joel is one of the fastest rising stars on the UK comedy circuit having gained rave reviews for his debut solo Edinburgh show, Neon Hero, in 2011 and second show Nunchuck Silver Medallist 2002 in 2012.Joel has since performed stand up on Russell Howards Good News on BBC Three and has numerous acting credits to his name, including Popatron on BBC Two and Skins on E4.

Theres a fourth support act this month too, only this time in the form of food!

In partnership with The Guildhall, The Big Laugh Caf is launching a new menu. Keeping a couple of favourites and adding two different styles of sharing platters customers can come and share a bite to eat before and during the show to make the whole night out more convenient. To make a whole night of it for those that wish to stay, the evenings entertainment continues a DJd after-party and as ever the biggest light show in town!

With table seating, the great new food offers, and some superb drinks offers they have the whole evening sorted!

Tickets are 12, available in person from the Guildhalls box office, by calling 01452 503050 or online at www.gloucesterguildhall.co.uk. Doors open at 8.30pm and the comedy begins at 9.15pm. Over 18s ONLY

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