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British Comedy — Tom Houghton — Ola — Martin Mor

**A grand surprise finale to the first season of British Comedy at Miller's**

**British Comedy @ Miller’s**
Stand-up comedy made in Britain is always sharp, frequently edgy, and sometimes downright filthy. It can be surreal, grotesque, disturbing or even philosophical. Most certainly it is never safe or polite. From 10 October, once a month @ Miller’s British Comedy
With live music from the Duo Belvedere from Zürich

**[Interview with the headliner Martin Mor](https://www.youtube.com/embed/TwfyypQfWy8)**

**Tom Houghton (MC)**
Our MC for the night is also without the shadow of a doubt the funniest man ever to live in the Tower of London and survive to tell the tale. Already a regular mouth across all TV channels in the UK with comedic ambitions, we’re lucky to have him before he is lost to superstardom.

Ola has written for the BBC Radio 4’s Now Show as well as the News Quiz. Blessed with a supremely laid-back delivery style and a unique microphone-holding technique, Ola – the son of Nigerian parents raised in Britain – tells everyday stories with a serious sting in the tail.

**Martin Mor**
Martin Mor is a true maverick and the perfect, surreal dessert, so to speak, to finish off the first and - if we may say so ourselves - hugely enjoyable Miller’s British Comedy season with. He comes from Northern Ireland, sometimes he wears a kilt and always a wild stare that goes well with his wild beard. His photograph is featured on the Genius Edition of Trivial Pursuits where on an arts entertainments square he is seen wearing a leotard. He has performed at 5,300m at the Mount Everest basecamp as well as the Hammersmith Apollo, an Italian prison, and in front of Tina Turner. Martin is possessed by a sense of logic that defies gravity. He regularly drives his madly laughing audiences into a nirvana-like state of unhinged bliss.

**Duo Belvedere (musical interludes)**
In their own minds, much-travelled Mario Marchisella (vocals) and Valentino Marchisella (dodgy keyboards) are the kings of the San Remo song festival, circa 1967. In real life, they sing honey-sweet Italian canzoni in the style of men who take it all with a pinch of salt. Actually, for British Comedy @ Miller’s, Mario and Marino will leave their comfort zone far behind to enter the dangerous world of James Bond

[Homepage of the Duo Belvedere](http://www.audioscope.tv/work/live+music/17/Duo+Belvedere)

[Learn more about British Comedy @ Miller's](http://millers-studio.ch/british-comedy/)

Sprache: English

Spielstätte: Miller's
Lokation: Zürich


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