Welcome to our monthly new material stand-up comedy night where you get to see award-winning comedians for a fiver. Hosted by Gary Tro.
Jessica Fostekew exists in real life but is also a comedian, actor and writer. Since 2008 she’s been throwing this job around like you would a walnut in a sock. The Guardian say she “wears her smarts on her sleeve, great stuff” and Fest called her “consistently hilarious.”
Jess was nominated for The Dave Edinburgh Comedy Award ‘Best Show’ for her show Hench, in 2019 which has since had a sold out, international tour. She has since appeared on Live at the Apollo, QI and Harry Hill’s Clubnite.
As an actor she starred in feature films Greed and Official Secrets, Dawn French’s The Trouble with Maggie Cole on ITV, Sharon Horgan’s Motherland on BBC 2 and is an episode guest lead in Series 5 of Cuckoo on BBC and Netflix. Jess has also written for BBC’s Mock The Week and C4’s 8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown, as well as BBC R4’s News Quiz.
Sunil Patel is a stand-up comedian and actor, who starred in mockumentary series Borderline for Channel 5 in 2016 and 2017, and Viceland’s Bobby And Harriet Get Married in 2017 and as the sidekick on Beat the Internet with John Robins in 2018. He also co-hosts BBC Sounds podcast series But Where Are You Really From? and BBC Asian Network’s Eshaan, Sunil And Nim show every Saturday 1-4pm.
“A clearly gifted comedian with a comfy and approachable style, he is as self-aware and structurally subversive as any of the Fringe’s great alternative comedians, without fitting directly into that bracket. It’s material that could work anywhere and appeal to most, whilst being subtle and clever” – Edfestmag
“Sunil Patel oozes funny like a jammy doughnut running down a diner’s chin. Sometimes looking at his expressionless facade, I wonder whether he even realises how funny he is” – Broadway Baby
Tatty Macleod is a French/English bilingual stand-up comedian and improviser. Her sketches on Instagram and TikTok have amassed over 10 million views.
She was the winner of “le Best de l’humour London 2018”, she was also a 2 Northdown new comedian of the year semi-finalist and a Funny Women award nominee.
Tatty’s bi-lingual, critically acclaimed show: “La Franglaise” was performed at the Apollo and Alhambra Theatres in Paris and the Comedy Store & Brasserie Zedel in London.
“Eminently watchable, silly, and bitingly funny, Macleod was sparkling” – London Pub Theatre Magazine
***Terms & Conditions: Advance tickets (whether bought online or in person at the venue) are non-refundable, except in the case of a show being cancelled. If you have purchased tickets in advance and cannot attend a show you can transfer the tickets to someone else by informing us in advance via email. Please be aware that there’s only one entrance to the venue and there are 20 stairs and no lift. We also have a very strict no pets policy in the venue (sorry furry friends). Sub Zero has its own simplified bar snacks menu, so if you’d like something a bit more substantial you might want to book a table in our bar before your show starts. Wearing masks whilst not seated is advised, please do not attend if you or any of your household have Covid-19 symptoms or have recently tested positive.***