AFTER PARTY

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Wednesday
6th November 2019

Primo Bar,
Park Plaza Hotel,
200 Westminster Bridge Rd,
London,
SE1 7UT

6pm – Late!

Performers

Music
Comedy

Live Music from
The Fun Collective

8 Piece Soul & Funk Band

The Fun Collective band

The Set List

Never Too Much

Valerie

Superstition

No Scrubs

Say My Name

American Boy

Lady Marmalade

Respect – (A)

I Can’t Feel My Face

Killing Me Softly

I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Forget You

Rather Be

Isn’t She Lovely

Ain’t No Mountain

I’m Coming Out

Signed Sealed Delivered

Uptown Funk

Sing It Back

Everywhere

Young Hearts Run Free

Get Lucky

Crazy In Love

Shape Of You

September

Rock With You

Treasure

Ain’t Nobody

I Want To Dance With Somebody

Proud Mary

(Mr Brightside)

Comedians

Nick Horseman: MC

Nick Horseman is an award-nominated stand-up, writer and hip-hop MC who has appeared on BBC television and radio and has been performing comedy for 10 years.

Lorna Shaw: Opening Act

Lorna Shaw is a comedian, writer, actor & improviser. As a solo performer, her TV & Radio credits include, ‘Plebs’ (ITV2), ‘The Midnight Beast’ (E4), ‘Life Guru’ (BBC) and ‘Newsjack’ (BBC R4) amongst others.

“Slick and skilled”
Chortle
“Expect off-beat brilliance”
The Times
“An exceptional talent who is going places”
Funny Women

Daniel Cook: Headliner

Daniel Cook is an actor, writer and comedy performer, working across TV, Radio, Theatre and Film. Daniel received a plethora of 4 and 5 star reviews for ‘Carpet’ his latest Edinburgh show and played to sell-out audiences.
Daniel has worked across a number of television projects, his credits include BBC drama Poldark, as well as Babylon, and Toast of London (both Channel 4).

“A blistering logic bending show… a genuine treat”
The List
“The borderline visceral tension that Cook can burn into an audience is artfully delivered and leaves you with an odd feeling of catharsis you’ll unlikely receive from many other shows in the fringe.”
Short.Com
“This is excellent stand up: Cook is able to deliver laugh after laugh with just his presence and maddening stare”
EdFest Magazine