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House of Comedy with Robert Hughes, Dereks Mojo, Paul Cox, Joshua Robertson & Elle Burt

Come to the House of Comedy for late night laughter with…

Robert Hughes

Derek’s Mojo

Fun, fast and feminist!

No explanations, no apologies and no pause for breath.

Derek's MoJo are two improvisers out to entertain and challenge the world one story at a time..Think loud, think fast, think OMG did that just really happen?.A completely improvised high octane adventure inspired by the audience's suggestions. #BAME #Queer #WomenOfAllAges #PlusSize #Multicultural #Improv #Storytelling #Comedy

“Derek’s Mojo are full of energy, funny and captivating. The audience loved them.” Guleraana Mir, Early Bloom Festival 2018

"If you book improv shows book Derek's Mojo they are brilliant" Steve Roe, Hoopla Improv

"Improv Acts You MUST See in 2019" The Phoenix Remix

Paul Cox

Paul Cox has been cutting his teeth on the London and UK comedy circuit since 2015. His likeable stage presence and sharp observations of life caught between the working and middle classes has led to him being compared with Micky Flanagan by Beyond the Joke

Accolades include New Act of the Year Finalist 2018 and South Coast Comedian of the Year Finalist 2017.

‘Echoes of Micky Flanagan’ - Bruce Dessau

Joshua Robertson

Having appeared on BBC, worked with channel 4 and frequently gigging for The House of Comedy including Byline 2018. Josh’s self-deprecating, edgy humour covers life as a disabled person – from everyday reality to dating and sex. Josh tackles the thorny aspects of disability, from the tame to the outlandish. Come and check out ‘The Diz-abled Gangster’.

Elle Burt

Elle’s comedy career started in August 2016 at an open mic night in Southampton when after a few too many gin and tonics she wrote her name down “as a joke”. The joke paid off as the audience liked the cut of her gib and the venue even asked her to return the following week as comedy had always been seen as the “dark horse” of the open mic circuit.

Since August 2016 Elle had performed and compered all over the country to audiences as small as 2 and as big as 600. She’s been on the same bill as some comedy greats and even ran her own monthly comedy night at The Stable in Winchester. She’s picked up awards, won gong shows and even gained a world record along the way.

Winner Solent Comedy Gong Show - 2017, Winner Fifty 50 Entertainment Gong Show - 2017, Funny women - One to watch - 2017, Guinness World Record - Longest Running Stand Up - 2018, Winner Blackout at Up The Creek - 2018, Bath New act Finalist - 2018, Bath New act Finalist - 2019