The Real McCoy Comedy Explosion @ The Hackney Empire, 5th Nov 2010


A packed Hackney Empire turned out to see some of the original Real McCoy stars alongside newcomers on the circuit such as Kojo and Slim.  Kojo, being the youngest of the performers present, has a comedy style thats as real as it gets and equally cracks up both young and old.  Slim, whos been mashin up the circuit up n down the country, had us in stitches from start to finish, a favourite amongst many, Slim returns to the Empire in February for his very own show called “Slim in Wonder Land”, check this link for more info.  

Hosted by funny men Robbie Gee and Eddie Nester, they instantly picked on a man called Anthony who arrived late sitting in the row second to front, with Robbie waiting for the room to fall silent before kissing his teeth and calling him “an eeeediat”, too funny, they did reward him at the end with some free gifts though…  

Best Of The Best Comedy Xplosion @ Catford Broadway Theatre, 1st May



Saturday night back at the Catford Broadway Theatre for a night of more laughter, hosted by funny man Richard Blackwood, who to some is at the best point of his career, with sharp jokes that simply leave people trying to catch their breath, up to date and supa fresh…Along with Felix Dexter, Kojo, Felicity Ethnic, Slim and Leo Mohammed as Mr Frazer…next show is the Bad boys of comedy, Catford again – 27th June, check it out…


The Real McCoy Comedy Xplosion @ The Hackney Empire, 10th October 2009

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Back again at the Hackney Empire with a sell out crowd for a night of comedy was members from the Real McCoy plus some special guests:  Felix Dexter, Leo Muhammad, Eddie Nestor, Robbie Gee, Judith Jacob, Dibbi & Special P.  Felix wasted no time in picking out members of the front row to joke with, including me!  Leo came on stage looking busted as usual and made it worse by inviting out a blind woman who had to kiss those mashup lips! (see pics below) she was looking extremly fine also…Special P opened up with his laid back style of telling things how they are…Robbie & Eddie killed it with the transvestite theme, but aint got nothing on Dibbi when it comes to performing as a crazy woman!  The only female comedian on the night was Judith who had some funny stories to tell…Big up Audie and Heartbeat Entertainment for another night of good comedy.