Award-winning funnyman Phil Nicol and the bizarre world of Frank Sanazi and the Iraq Pack team up for a double headliner of comedy Downstairs at the Drayton on Friday, February 6.
Canadian Phil takes to the stage infamously stripped naked for 'the walk of shame' when appearing on a special comic episode of The Weakest Link and the reviews for his legendary stand-up shows have been high indeed.
One newpaper said: "Springing like a wound-up squirrel from the woods of his ridiculous imagination, Nichol's performance is an all-singing, allbouncing ode to the joys of Being Silly.
"This shockingly talented, breathlessly versatile performer could render the Financial Times a frothing tsunami of fun.''
His stand-up routines often include musical elements, with Nichol performing songs on his acoustic guitar, and he is perhaps best known for the song The Only Gay Eskimo (In My Tribe).
Phil - along with club stalwart Frank Sanazi and the Iraq Pack - will be joined by special guests plus Phil Zimmerman as MC from 9pm.
* Downstairs at the Drayton is a weekly comedy club at the Drayton Court Hotel, 2 The Avenue, Ealing, W13 ONR. Tickets £12 from wegottickets.com. Doors open 8.15pm, show starts 9pm. For further information, call 07853 664 877.