Loads of laughs to beat the blues at Teddington's Landmark Arts Centre

Loads of laughs to beat the blues

Funny man: Jim Smallman

Fizzy character: Sarah Kendall

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Beat the January blues with a night of comedy at Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre.

Perrier award nominee Sarah Kendall, lauded for her incisive observational comedy, will headline the night of laughs.

Her work has taken her around the world, including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Berlin Comedy Festival, and she boasts a host television credits including Russell Howard’s Good News and Comedy Cuts.

Accountant-turned-comedian Tom Goodliffe is also on the bill along with Jim Smallman as MC.

Award-winning Goodliffe has quickly made a name for himself with a unique blend of smart gags, charming storytelling and a hugely likeable stage persona.

He won the annual Beat the Frog World Series in 2009, is a two-time winner of both the weekly Beat the Frog and Comedy Cafe new act night and was selected for the Pleasance Comedy Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010.

Comedy at the Landmark, Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington; Thursday, January 16; Doors and bar 7pm; first act 8pm; Tickets £10 advance and members, £12 on the door; Call 020 8977 7558 or visit landmarkartscentre.org.

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