Winter Wonderland’s Comedy Club has released its stand out line-up taking to the stage this winter.
From the November 21, a variety of TV and Fringe regulars will be performing at one of the biggest events in the London calendar in the Megadome.
Most notable on the line up are regular Mock the Week guests Milton Jones and Marcus Brigstocke.
Milton Jones is known for his neurotic one-liners and puns delivered with his classic hazy detachment.
On the other end of the comedic scale is Marcus, a master of satirical comedy, known for appearing on shows such as Argumental, The Late Edition and I’ve Never Seen Star Wars.
Zoe Lyons’ quick-fire observational gags and deadpan delivery have landed her appearances on prime time comedy shows such as Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Mock the Week.
She was also a semi-finalist on the 2018 series on Celebrity Masterchef, from which she gained a considerable fan base.
Lost Voice Guy, also known as Lee Ridley, is the first British stand-up comedian to use communication aid in his routines.
He was also the first comedian to win Britain’s Got Talent in 2018.
Irish comedian Andrew Maxwell, most well-known as the narrator on MTV’s Ex on the Beach and appearances on Have I Got News For You, will be bringing his cutting edge comedy and intrepid social commentary to the stage.
Relative newcomer Emmanuel Sonubi, a former nightclub bouncer, has given himself a reputation as one of comedy’s biggest upcoming stars.
Using material from his days working in late night security, he tells the hilarious stories of the various cockneys and drunks he has encountered.
Winter Wonderland has been a regular Hyde Park fixture since 2007.
This year it will open from 21 November to 5 January.
Tickets for each performance are £15 and entrance to Winter Wonderland is free.
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