Co-writer of BBC1's Miranda and Not Going Out to star at comedy club

Matt's Comedy Club Worthing returns with another night packed with family-friendly mirth on 26 July when top writer and performer Paul Kerensa is the headliner.

Paul (below, right) has been gigging steadily around the UK and Europe for at least the last 10 years, picking up a number of awards with his genial mix of gags, clever observation and themed shows at the Edinburgh Festival.

In recent years he's become one of the go-to team for BBC comedy with writing credits on award-winning shows Miranda (with Miranda Hart) and Not Going Out (with Lee Mack and Tim Vine), plus regular contributions to Radio 4's The News Quiz, The Now Show and Dead Ringers.

Support act is the inimitable Edward Aczel (left), described as 'Mr Anti-Comedy', an act that takes great delight in deconstructing the art of stand-up and reassembling it into a strange but hilarious beast that defies description. You just need to see him.

Expect additional local acts and special guests, all corralled into an evening of top class entertainment by club host and MC Russ Bravo.

The show will be at a new venue for Matts: The Empress Suite (top floor) at 32-34 Marine Parade on Worthing seafront, it's an 8pm start and tickets are just £8 from local outlets Parklife, Green Cuisine, Sticky Drawers, Music Mania, Eclipse Cafe Bar and St Matthew's Church office as well as online at

For more info call 07720040456 or 01903 218026. You'll also find a fan page at and video clips of past shows at

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