Comedy at Tramshed
Fri 18th August 2023 - Fri 16th February 2024
Three top stand-ups every month
Laughter should be local.
Join us at Tramshed for our monthly comedy night, bringing the hottest talent on the circuit to Woolwich.
You’ve seen them on TV, you’ve heard them on the radio, now see them live.
With a full bar and great atmosphere, the Tramshed has been home to comedy for years. We predate the Comedy Store as London’s first regular comedy-club, and we are continuing that legacy with your laughs and great line-ups.
Friday 20th October Line-Up
Nic Sampson is a comedian, actor, improviser and writer originally from New Zealand.
As an actor, Nic portrayed popular character D.C. Sam Breen in New Zealand detective drama The Brokenwood Mysteries, which airs in 17 countries including the UK, where it is one of UKTV’s most successful programmes. He has also appeared in the BBC3/HBO Max series Starstruck and featured in films including Netflix’s The Breaker Upperers and Baby Done, which was executive produced by Taika Waititi. He previously played the Yellow Ranger in Disney’s Power Rangers: Mystic Force.
Michael is one of the most exciting new comedians on the UK circuit. Already a regular MC up and down the country, Michael’s unique take on the world is a hit with audiences everywhere. Michael’s writing prowess continues to grow as his second sitcom script has peaked interest with more than one comedy commissioner. Michael’s warm and open style has proven to be a winning formula for corporate functions as his unflappable smile has seen him sail through numerous awards ceremonies and private functions in the last year. Feedback from clients is always superlative and the bookings just keep coming.
Colin Hoult is a celebrated actor, comedian and writer in television, radio and theatre. He is best known for his work with Ricky Gervais on Derek (Channel 4), After Life (Netflix) and Gervais and Merchant’s Life’s Too Short (BBC). His acting credits include Ghosts (BBC), Trying (Apple), Almost Never (CBBC), Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu), This Time with Alan Partridge (BBC), Being Human (BBC) and BBC3’s award-winning Murder In Successville.
Friday November 17th Line-Up
Star of ITV2s Stand Up Sketch Show and Comedy Central Live, Richard Stott was Runner Up in Dave’s Jokes of the Fringe, The Guardian Top Ten Jokes of the Fringe, was listed twice in The Times' Best Jokes of the Fringe, and was Shortlisted for the Amused Moose Award 2023. Richard performs at top comedy clubs and festivals around the country with his trademark storytelling and joyously acerbic one liners.
Dave is a number 1 best-selling author, award-winning stand up, presenter & mental health campaigner.
Dave's 1st Edinburgh show, Normally Abnormal, sensitively used humour to explore his anorexic past. The show received critical acclaim, had sell-out shows and went on UK tour. As a result, the show was given an award by The UK's Eating Disorder Charity at The Houses Of Parliament in 2014.