Get the weekend started with FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE!

FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE is the new, epic one hour Friday comedy stand up night at Henry Tudor House – FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE will keep the laughs coming thick and fast, month after month. For each show we provide one brilliant hand-picked Comedian to give you the best start to the weekend at an incredible price.

Scottish Comedian of the Year Leo Kearse is part of the new wave of raw, bold, American-inspired comedians taking the big UK clubs by storm – doing weekends/headlining for The Comedy Store, Glee, Hot Water, Just The Tonic, Top Secret – and abroad, with 2018 taking in 22 countries. He’s written for BBC comedy including Sam Delaney’s News Thing, Question Time, Breaking The News, Mock The Week and Mash Report.

Leo also acts, playing Mick Fleetwood in the ITV drama “Breaking The Band: Fleetwood Mac” and a lead role in the computer game “Super Seducer 2”. He’s been on ITV Dinner Date (and won), Sky All Out Politics, Question Time Extra Time, BBC Daily Politics, Al Jazeera and BBC2’s Funny Business. His comedy shorts include a Star Wars spoof video that’s had half a million views, and a “Stand up on the tube” stunt that got him in the Mail and Metro and was shared on Ladbible. Leo was a backing dancer for a David Icke conspiracy theory lecture at Wembley Arena.
Leo is the co-creator of sellout show Hate ‘n’ Live, which has improvising comedians hating on audience suggestions – Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets Room 101. As well as straight standup, he also performs at festivals and cabaret nights as the improvising Pun-Man. Pun-Man appeared on Britain’s Got Talent. Simon hated him.
“He churns out the gags, provoking a steady stream of laughs in his tight set, which strides purposefully between topics with muscular, efficient lines on each. Kearse was both an audience and judges’ favourite, and the deserved winner” – Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Kearse is seriously good. Quick, funny, smart and to the point…hilarious”
Kate Copstick, The Scotsman