Annabel Giles hosts Harlequin Theatre Sports Relief event
March 07, 2012
Model, TV and radio presenter, actress, writer, journalist and comedian, the lovely Annabel Giles will compere a cracking line-up comedians for the Sports Relief edition of the Comedy Cottage, at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill, on Friday March 24, at 8pm.
As well as her MCing, audiences can look forward to ‘Annabel’s Raffle of Apt tat’ – where she literally brings things from her home to hand out to winners – almost everyone wins a prize in an arbituary manner depending on what Annabel thinks suits your personality.
In past years, people have gone home with her trainers, book, grow your own man for one lucky single lady in the audience.
There will also be an auction – local businesses wishing to donate items please get in touch or better still turn up on night with said item – all greatfully received.
Headlining will be Isy Suttie, best known for playing IT geek Dobby in The Peep Show.
Her other tv appearances include Comedy Cuts, Love Soup, Skins and 8 out of 10 Cats. Her Radio credits include The Now Show and Dom Joly Show.
Isy has had two sell out Edinburgh Shows – Love Lost in the British Retail Industry, which highlighted her talent for songs and character comedy which was further developed in her second solo show The Suttie Show. Expect a versatile and upbeat show from her.
Support will come from the Winner of the Funny Women Award 2006, the very naughty, very nice and very funny Suzy Bennett who has just been picked up by one of the biggest agents in the land.
Antony Dewson will contribute with his intellectual musical comedy in the form of delicously dark ditties. As well as writing silly songs Antony writes for BBC Radio and Sky TV,
Stand up comedian, MC and writer Sajeela Kershi is also one half of Asian Provocateurs, the UK’s only British Asian sketch duo.
She has had sell out shows in Edinburgh and Brighton fringe, performed at the Montreal Just for Laughs festival, and has appeared on ITV Comedy Cuts and Comedy Central
Tipped as being one to watch, if Tony Tinman was any more bitter he would be a lemon. Tony was a finalist in the Leicester Square Comedian of the year competition.
The audience will also benefit from the observational comedy from charming scouser Kevin Hampson.
Profits from the show, raffle and auction will go to Sports Relief.
Tickets cost £10 and are available at www.harlequintheatre.co.uk