1 October 2021 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Garage Chilwell

Funhouse Comedy & Barton Bros. Present: Comedy Live at The Garage!

Our live stand-up comedy show will be bringing some of the UK’s top comedians back to The Garage! Here’s your line-up:

Emmanuel Sonubi

London based Emmanuel Sonubi’s career in Comedy started only a few years ago and quickly grew from strength to strength earning himself a reputation as “one to watch out for”. Since then he has featured in many high profile shows including a showcase set in “The best in Stand up” at The Comedy Store London, Emmanuel has appeared in Comedy Central, The Comedy Central Chart Show and ITV2’s Stand Up Sketch Show.

Since then he has performed at numerous high profile clubs including: The Glee Club, Komedia, Just The Tonic, Off The Kerb, Comedy Loft, The Comedy Café, Top Secret Club, Butlin’s Weekenders, The International Comedy Festival in Rotterdam, Altitude Comedy Festival and The Laughter Factor in Dubai.

“The bloke has got funny bones. He’s incredibly likeable despite looking like he could snap you in two” – Romesh Ranganathan

“Emmanuel is so incredibly funny, and I’m not just saying that because I’m scared of him” – Joel Dommett

“A new talent at the door of Stand-Up, his name’s down and he’s definitely coming in” – Russell Kane


Sarah Keyworth

Sarah Keyworth is an award-winning stand up comedian who performs live regularly across the UK.

She has performed stand-up on The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) and has featured on the BBC, Comedy Central and has done tour support for incredible acts such as Stewart Francis, Dane Baptiste, Kerry Godliman, Jan Ravens and Abandoman.

In 2018 she performed her debut hour, Dark Horse, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival drawing much critical acclaim, including a Herald Angel Award, a Pleasance Theatre award and a nomination for Best Newcomer in the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.

“Powerful, poignant and achingly funny stuff.”
– Herald Scotland

“You might just find yourself with a new favourite comic”
– Young Perspective

“It’s refreshing to see something so generous and outward-looking”
– Chortle

“Utterly engaging”


Ben Briggs