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Reading

Friday 29th September
The Comedy Loft

KG / Judi Love / Aurie Styla / Spuddz / Shabba
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Leeds

Friday 6th October
Pryzm

TOJU/ JUDI LOVE / AURIE STYLA / KAE KURD/ SHABBA
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Nottingham

Friday 3rd November
Pryzm

RUDI LICKWOOD / MR CEE / TOJU / QUINCY / KG
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Thursday 2nd June

Birmingham

Sunday 29th October
Comedy Loft, Rosies

QUINCY / LATEEF LOVEJOY / RUDI LICKWOOD / TOJU / KG
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Preston

Saturday 14th October
Evoque

TOJU / JUDI LOVE / SPUDDZ / KANE BROWN
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Kojo

STAND UP COMEDIAN

Kojo (UK)

Hailing from East London, Kojo is fast becoming one of the biggest talents to come out of the black comedy circuit. In 2000 kojo signed up and joined "The Comedy School" which was set-up by fellow comedian Rudi Lickwood & Keith Palmer. There he learnt to perfect the art of performance on stage and the different sides of comedy. After Spending two months on the course he performed at his first ever show which was at Middlesex University on April 12th 2000 where he brought the house down and was an instant hit with the crowd. In the Summer of 2005 Kojo was recruited by the CBBC channel where he now co- presents a kids show along side presenter Reggie Yates called " The Mighty Truck Of Stuff " on Saturday afternoons. TV & Radio Credits Malai Presents (Stand up show) BBC 2 Malai Monologues BBC 3 No Bling Comedy (Documentary) Ben TV Raymond is Late (TV show in Holland) BBC 1xtra (Radio) Choice Fm (Presented Breakfast Show) Mighty Truck Of Stuff (CBBC) The Lick (Mtv Base) Vox Pops for Mtv Base Channel U Awards 2005 (Host) Days of Christmas with CBBC’S Basil Brush Warm Ups: Mobo Awards 2003 & 2005 (Royal Albert Hall) 3,000 people Comic Relief BBC TV Centre in 2003 Crouches (BBC TV Centre 2005) Floetry Concert (Shepherds Bush Empire in 2005) 2,000 people Musiq Soul Child Concert (Hammersmith Palias in 2005)2,000 people. Missy Elliot (Hammersmith Apollo in 2005) 4,000 people Awards: Best Newcomer @ The Black Entertainment Comedy Awards 2001, Best Male Comedian @ The Black Entertainment Comedy Awards 2005, Best Male Comedian @ The Black Entertainment Comedy Awards 2006, Young Acheivement Award @ GPA Awards 2005

 

 

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