COBO : United Nations Of Laughter returns with an with a Bank Holiday special international comedy from all over the Globe. Check out comedians as we have chosen the funniest people in the world to entertain you on Bank Holiday Sunday.
Join Kane Brown (Jamaica), Join Kane Brown (Jamaica), Nico Yearwood (Barbados), Peter Francis(St Lucia), Junior Booker (Guyana) & Funmbi Omotayo (Africa) for an evening of laughter. All held at the Award winning Glee Club in Arcadian Birmingham with food and drink available all night.
COBO Comedy of Black Origin have been providing the Midlands with quality entertainment and comedy since 2012. We would love you to join us for another evening of hilarious comedy.
Kane Brown is THE name which has become associated with fearless and bold comedy who leaves crowds wanting more with his outlandish, direct & honest style of comedy.
Junior Booking is a young, charismatic & talented comedian from South London. Junior Booker has been ripping up shows all over the country & entertaining audiences all over the UK with his smart, quick witted, laid back comedy performances. Junior Booker regularly runs his own weekly stand up show in SW London.
Originally from the tropical island of Barbados, Nico has been setting the London comedy circuit alight with his unique blend of Caribbean flavoured comedy. Whether he is delivering hilarious stories about growing up in Barbados or his new life in London, his laid back style and charm immediately win audiences over and leave them wanting more. He is always a crowd favourite, especially with the ladies.
Peter Francis Formerly known as Special P
Peter Francis began his comedy career writing material for other comedians. However, he had such a natural talent and special ability to make people laugh that it was suggested to him that he use his charm and wit and get up on stage and perform the material himself. Since stepping on stage for his first stand up gig, he hasn’t looked back!
Peter Francis is known for his observational humour and uses unique expressions and body language from the offset to engage and captivate his audience. He has a cheeky wit and charm with the ladies and gives the guys side ripping lines to take home, hence the name ‘Naughty but Nice’.
It is very rare to find a comedian with such adaptability to cover a wide range of material. He covers subjects from relationships to politics and social behaviour both home and abroad.
Doors open 6pm
Last entry 7pm
Earlybird tickets from £15