Welcome to Token Man Comedy.

Five cracking women – one pretty good bloke!

We present the best in female comedy and female comedians but because we think it’s important to be inclusive, we always have a chap on the bill and he’s always one of the good ones so fear not!

Reversing the zeitgeist of the traditional, box ticking girl, on most traditional comedy nights or game show panels, we thought it would be fun to see how it works the other way round.

We are very happy to be launching our night as part of the Twickenham Festival at fantastic Exchange Theatre in Twickenham, a lovely theatre space that is made for a wonderful audience experience and is a joy to perform in.  Come and join us!


12th June 2019 - Doors 7.30pm

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The Exchange Theatre
75 London Road,
Tel: 020 8240 2399
Email: exchangetwickenham@stmarys.ac.uk

Line Up - June 12th

Catherine Bohart

Arielle Souma

Sally Firth

The Dirty Carols

Luke Toulson

MC Janis Haves

The Exchange Theatre, Twickenham

Meet the Comics for the first show on June 12th


Catherine’s burgeoning broadcasting career has seen her appear on E4's 8 Out of 10 Cats, Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle, BBC2’s The Mash Report, Dave's Ultimate Worrier, ITV2's Stand Up Sketch Show and BBC NI's The Blame Game. She has written material for BBC shows The Now Show, The News Quiz, Newsjack and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, co-hosted The Guilty Feminist with Deborah Frances-White and BBC Radio 4 Extra Comedy Club with Arthur Smith and appeared on Reasons To Be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd. In 2017, Catherine was named on the BBC New Talent Hotlist, dedicated to listing the most exciting new broadcasting talent in the UK....more

Catherine will take her sophomore show Lemon, a show about smashing stereotypes around sex, sexuality and relationships, to the Pleasance this August for the Edinburgh Fringe.


"Arielle Souma is just what the comedy industry needs and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell"
_Frankie Boyle

« Her delivery is really strong and lively, she’s brilliant fun and totally commands the stage. She killed it and totally raised the roof. Clearly very accomplished, she just has it. »
_ The Stand Comedy Club

Arielle Souma dominates the stage! Big and bold with bags of sass and nice garnishes
_ Steve Bennett, Chortle...more

"super sassy and super funny. Arielle Souma is a breath of fresh air on any comedy bill"
_ Barry Ferns, Angel comedy club

" I love her! Absolutely fabulous"
_ Julia Chamberlain, So You Think You're Funny_ co producer and comedy booker

" Arielle Souma is the hilarious new kid on the block! The audience loves her straight talking style and her daring blue material. One to watch! " _Tiemo, talk of the city
2017 NATYS finalist
2016 frog & Bucket Manchester " World Series finalist "
2016 "So You Think You're Funny " finalist
2016 Fresh comedian of the year finalist
2016 " Leicester Square new comedian of the year " semi finalist
2016 semi finalist of funny women awards
Winner of frog and bucket january 2016 in Manchester
Finalist golden jester 2015


Sally shouldn’t be here! She’s the mother of a young female comedian who is unable to make the gig. Anxious not to let anyone down, Sally does her set with hilarious results.
“Sally did a fantastic set, drove the audience wild” (Jason Why, promoter), “Very funny” (Matthew Baylis, comic, MC and promoter) “Lit up the stage” (Alastair Sadler, comic, MC and promoter) , “Sally is eminently likeable and the juxtaposition between content and delivery is a joy to watch. I've yet to see the character of "Sally" fail to win over audiences and keep them on her side throughout the journey that is her set. In short, smart, clever but most importantly funny." (Ray Davis, comic, MC and promoter)“The innocent-looking but sexually explicit Sian Doughty” (Johnny Glasgow, MC and comic.


Remember that song you like? Well, The Dirty Carols have ruined it for you forever with their own funny, surreal, musical take on the songs you know and love. Be prepared for guffaws and perhaps a damp gusset (you, not us) as four gals sing a cappella about things that matter: pie fights, Woolworths’ pic’n’mix and why you should never keep mince in the bathroom. Bring your best laughing teeth and a change of pants.
Sandi Toksvig said of them: “These four women look so nice and yet they are filthy. Fortunately they are funny with it. I couldn't recommend them more heartily.”


Luke has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News, been nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award, written for comedians on Mock The Week and Live at the Apollo, and regularly performs at the best comedy clubs across the UK.
“A gifted comic” – The Sunday Times
“Incredibly funny” – Chortle
“He’s someone you’d like to go to the pub with” – ThreeWeeks


Fifteen years as a touring singer/songwriter gave Janis a running start when she first started comedy in 2016.  New Act winner for Oyoy comedy and ‘tipped to watch’ by  Funny Women’.  Janis can be seen performing all over the UK in clubs and at festivals doing stand up and her unique brand of musical comedy..  She will be performing her second solo stand up and musical comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe this year.

Token Man Comedy June 12
Token Man Comedy June 12