Best of Banana Cabaret : Ian Moore, Chris Martin, Adam Bloom – hosted by John Moloney

Saturday 16th of July in the Ballroom : 9pm start, Tickets £16
About This Project

Comedian, bestselling author and chutney maker, Ian Moore, lives in rural France and performs in the UK. A lot of his time is spent struggling to get between the two; but then all of his time is spent just struggling anyway.

‘A very cultured comic’ Evening Standard

Chris Martin’s comedy is a mix of upbeat whimsy and observations. In addition to live shows he recently starred alongside Ben Millar in Horrible Science and is co-host of one of the most popular comedy podcasts with Carl Donnelly which features in The Guardian’s Top 10

Adam Bloom is undoubtedly one of Britain’s most exciting and original stand-up comedians. He has performed seven sell-out solo runs at The Edinburgh Festival, ranging from 1996 to 2007 and has also performed a twenty-nine date, sell-out tour of The UK.

He’s been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years. Bloom not only has meticulous, brilliant lines, but also an intense and fragile honesty’ Ricky Gervais

John Moloney has been a professional comedian for over twenty years – and headlines at all the major Comedy Clubs around the world, including the prestigious London Comedy Store. John has TWICE won ‘Best Live Performer’ at The London Comedy Festival, and was nominated as ‘Best Live Stand-Up’ at The British Comedy Awards.  John Moloney is a world-travelled comedian, who has delighted thousands at Festivals, Theatres, and Clubs.  From Melbourne to Edinburgh, from the prestigious Just For Laughs and Halifax Festivals in Canada to The Liffey Laughs in Dublin – John has been recognized as a true multi-award-winning comic talent.

“One of the best things about watching live comedy is seeing a comedian get his second wind of inspiration.  Sometimes an established comic suddenly finds something extra, and one of these comics is John Moloney.  He’s been a headliner at top clubs like the Comedy Store for years – yet his comedy has acquired more depth, as well as an even sharper edge.  “

William Cook – The Guardian.

“A deeply enjoyable, hilarious evening relaxing in the sure hands of a total professional.” ***** by John Christopher Wood

Tickets on Sale 27th May for subscribers, 31st May for public