Thu 02nd Feb 2023
Join Clandestina Queer Comedy on Thursday 2nd of February for an incredible night of women, trans and enby led lineups celebrating comedy and queerness!
We have five award-winning standup comedians, who will all lighting up the stage at iconic venue: The Glory.
Show doors open at 7:30pm : Grab a drink and join us downstairs in the performance space for the lols (there will also be a bar in operation during the show)
Show starts at 8pm
- Full Line Up:
- OLGA KOCH: Russian-born stand-up comedian, writer and actor. As seen on Mock the Week, House of Games and QI. Written for Newsjack and BBC Three’s A Quickie in the Office. nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
- JEN IVES: Pasta comedian. Finalist Funny Women Awards & 2NorthDown in 2019. Nominated for the Leicester Mercury Awards 2019, Jen is known for her often sideways look at what it means to be a trans woman in 2022, as well as mischievous takes on her family, LGBT rights, self-image & whatever else might be on her mind that day.
- CHARLIE GEORGE (MC): LGBTQ New Comedian of the Year 2019. So You Think You’re Funny & Funny Women Awards runner up 2019 & Leicester Square New Comedian Award & Pride’s Got Talent finalist 2018. Charlie has performed stand-up on BBC Asian Network Live and the BBC’s No Country for Young Women Podcast. She co-wrote the Netflix mockumentaries “Death to 2020” & “Death to 2021”.
- Mark Bittlestone: Standup comedian & influencer. Mark has 130k followers on TikTok and 50k on Instagram, while in the real world (!) was shortlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award in 2022, has won The Frog and Bucket’s Beat the Frog Competition and Backyard Comedy Club’s Comedy Knockout as well as Up the Creek’s prestigious Blackout competition three times and was runner-up in the Max Turner Prize in 2018
- VICTORIA OLSINA: Winner of LGTBQ+ New comedian of the year. Britain’s fav Argentinian lesbian comedian and Priti Patel’s secret crush. As seen on Next Up Shorts & The Guardian. Shorlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award 2022.
Please note The Glory is a safe space for all LGBTQ+ people and allies – come as you are, and you will be celebrated. However, transphobia, homophobia, racism, misogyny or any other form of hate speech will not be tolerated under any circumstances – and we reserve the right to ask disrespectful audience members to leave without refund.