Kiri Pritchard-McLean is a memorable name on the comedy circuit and not just because it’s double-barreled. She won Best Club Comedian at the 2018 Chortle Awards and is becoming increasingly famous after her appearances on The Russell Howard Hour and Comedy Central at The Comedy Store where her quick-witted humour has appealed to fans from all walks of life. ‘All Killa, No Filla’ is the name of her podcast in which she discusses the subject of serial killers; never struggling to extract hilarious content.
In a show promoted by Hilarity Bites, Kiri will be joined by Geordie comedian Rahul Kohli for what is set to be a full night of raucous laughter.
Described as a ‘slick gag machine’ by Chortle and describing himself as a ‘Newcastle Brown Male’ by the title of his debut solo show, this tells you what you need to know about Rahul Kohli. At Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, this show gained critical acclaim and since then he has been one of the fastest rising stars of the comedy scene. His style is witty, with topical punchlines and plenty of delightfully funny anecdotes.
The evening will be hosted by Hilarity Bites’ New Act Of The Year 2010 winner Andy Fury who has been described by the BBC as a ‘genius of a comedian’. The event will be held at The Tithe Bar in Northallerton on Thursday 6th September. The show promises the talent of multiple superb comedians in an intimate venue and tickets are on sale from hilaritybites.co.uk for £6.00.