Review: Havant Comedy Club at The Spring Arts Centre, Havant

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The latest offering from the Havant Comedy Club provided another night of laughter for comedy fans.

Headliner Jim Smallman had a great rapport with the audience. From stealing his daughter’s joke to a hilarious tale about a couple arguing on the Tube, Smallman was a charming storyteller who kept the crowd attentive at all times.

Local comedian Suzi Ruffell started the show in style. She seamlessly pieced her material together, mainly focusing on her failed relationships, rating her break-ups on a scale of ‘zero to Adele album’.

Adam Broomfield-Strawn,from Leigh Park, also proved popular with the crowd, particularly when describing his home town.

Zia Rhari performed a short set putting a humorous spin on his experience of arranged marriages.

Host Paul Jones was the only disappointment in what otherwise was a highly entertaining evening. His delivery was off the pace, with audience members groaning when he took to the stage.