Paul Foot headlines the latest Comedy Cow night which will be bringing udderly** funny business to The DoubleTree by Hilton this Friday night (May 20).
Born and raised in High Wycombe, Paul began stand-up whilst at university.
He has since become known for his original style of anti-comedy, challenging comedic convention at every turn. He does not have fans, he has connoisseurs.
Described as a “rare exotic bird” of comedy, he first won the BBC New Comedy Award in 1997.
You've probably seen him raising smiles on shows like Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Russell Howard’s Good News Extra and 8 Out Of 10 Cats. He's a winner every time.
Jenny Collier will open the night. She only started doing this whole stand-up comedy thing properly in 2012, but she's done swell.
A regular on BBC Radio Wales, she has written for The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4, the Huffington Post, The Independent and Glamour Magazine.
Oh, and Jenny has recently supported Arthur Smith on his tour in Switzerland and has appeared on Jack Dee’s Helpdesk UK Tour.
Performing in the middle section is Craig Deeley who went down a storm at the Casino:MK a few months back. An anecdotal observational stand-up who has been performing stand-up since 2003, he also performs comedy improvisation with Foghorn Improv.
Cow rave-fave Mike Belgrave is your host at The Red Dot Bar, and tickets are £10.
** We thought it only right to milk the cow puns!