TUE, 3rd AUG 2021

7.00pm - 11pm

£15.00 adv + bf


The 100 Club’s Tuesday Club: A monthly comedy night in the heart of Soho.


Paul Chowdhry is a multi-award-winning stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. In August 2019, his record-breaking stand-up tour show, Live Innit, was released as an Amazon Prime original special in 200 countries worldwide. This followed the enormous success of his Live Innit stand-up tour, which received two nationwide extensions, including five nights at Hammersmith Apollo and a sold-out show at Wembley Arena, making Paul the first British Asian stand-up to sell out the 10,000-seater venue. His performance there was voted by the public as one of Wembley Arena’s top ten shows of 2017.

As an actor, Paul stars in one of the leading roles alongside Patrick Dempsey in the ten-part international TV series Devils, produced by Sky Italia. On TV, Paul has hosted Stand Up for the Week (Channel 4), twice headlined Live at the Apollo (BBC One/Two), and was a much-loved contestant on the third series of the multi-award nominated hit show Taskmaster (Dave/Channel 4).

Online, Paul is a prolific presence on social media, and his videos have been viewed over 35 million times on Facebook.


Bella Hull is a London-based stand-up comedian and writer and one of the UK’s most exciting young comedians. A former member of the Cambridge Footlights, Bella has performed to sell-out crowds in London and Edinburgh, and recently appeared at the Utrecht International Comedy Festival. Her writing has also recently been featured on BBC Radio 4’s Newsjack and Flux
Magazine and she is the regular advice columnist for Quadra magazine.
Already finding success on the competition circuit, in 2019 Bella won the Yellow Comedy Young Comedian of the Year competition and she placed third in the 2020 2NorthDown New Act Competition.


Star of BBC3’s Live at the Electric, winner of the Amused Moose Laugh-off
Competition, Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee 2010, and Runner-up in So You Think You’re Funny, Naz Osmanoglu has hit the London comedy circuit running. Already a fringe veteran with acclaimed, irreverent sketch trio WitTank, he is now diverting his angry Anglo-Turkish energy to stand-up as well as sketch comedy. In 2013, Naz appeared on Live at the Electric with
WitTank. Also in 2013, Naz filmed a Comedy Feed for BBC Online called Flat TV, which was then commissioned for a BBC Three series. Naz was part of the main troupe for the seventh series of Horrible Histories (CBBC). He has also appeared in Drunk History (Comedy Central), Plebs (ITV2) and Bull (UKTV Gold). Naz was selected to be one of the new stars on Laughtershock for BBC Three, a hybrid of stand up and sketch comedy, and returned to Edinburgh in 2010 as a performer in The Comedy Zone, the fringe’s
longest running new talent showcase and with another sellout show with WitTank. In 2011, Naz took his first solo show 1000% Awesome to the Edinburgh Festival and returned with another show from WitTank. After three more successful years in Edinburgh, WitTank had a pilot commissioned in 2014 for their concept, The School.