Tim Clark

Tim Clark

A comedy circuit stalwart, Tim is a regular compere at Jongleurs and the Comedy Store. He has toured with Frank Skinner, was the first ever British comic to work in Beijing and has also performed in Shanghai, Singapore, Bangkok, Kosovo and Bosnia.

He wrote Barry Cryer's links for BBC1's The Stand Up Show, as well as speeches for the likes of Graham Taylor and Gordon Brown.

A sports fan, he co-hosted Channel 4's Under The Moon, and Capital Gold's pre-kick-off Saturday sports show for two months in 2001.

As well as appearances in TV stand-up shows and panel games, he was also the personable face of the Grim Reaper in a Virgin Atlantic ad campaign.

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Jongleurs opens Majorca club

Comedy club Jongleurs is to open a venue in Majorca this summer.

Comedians from the UK circuit will be flown out for a season of Monday night shows in the party town of Magalluf, starting next week.

Should the shows prove a success, the club hopes to add Tuesday and Wednesday nights too.

The line-up for the first night is Simon Bligh, Tim Clark, Reginald D Hunter and Geoff Boyz.

Tickets cost 50 euros, which includes entertainment from four comics, supper and a nightclub.

The shows take place in the Casino Magalluf, so punters can also indulge in some late-night gambling.

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Published: 17 Jun 2002

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Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2002

Tim Clark: Talking to Ted

Edinburgh Fringe 2006

Tim Clark: Altogether Now


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