Outrageous Uncut

Outrageous Uncut

The Drum and Upfront Comedy presents Outrageous Uncut

The Drum’s Upfront Comedy season presents Outrageous Uncut, which will get you to flex your laughing muscles as we bring you another night of first-class entertainment on Fri 6 Mar at 7pm!

Fresh from supporting Kevin Hart, MTV Base host Kojo headlines March’s Upfront Comedy line up, alongside filthy but funny 3 Non-Blondes star Ninia Benjamin and BBC breakthrough comedian Aurie Styla, hosted by Teletubbie turned comic John Simmit.

With our Season Ticket Offer you can enjoy two Upfront Comedy shows this season for only £24. To book your tickets call The Drum’s Box Office on 0121 333 2444, or book online

Food will be available on the night

Fri 6 Mar, 7pm
Tickets: £13.50 (£11.50), £16.50 OTD

Suitable for audience 18+

Artist Information


Kojo is a prolific comedian who was born in Hackney, to Ghanaian parents. He has had three comedy shows on MTV Base including his comedy special The Fresh Prince Of Hackney in 2007, he has sold out his local theatre Hackney Empire on seven occasions, appeared in movies. Kojo’s talents have taken him on internationally performing on American TV in NBC’s Last Comic Standing. It has been said that Kojo is responsible for the resurgence of urban comedy after the Real McCoy era showcasing comedians at his comedy fun house club for ten years.

Ninia Benjamin

Ninia Benjamin is one of the UK’s hottest female comedians with a wealth of television, stage and live stand-up experience. Ninia was catapulted to stardom as one third of BBC3′s 3 Non-Blondes. Her talents have been showcased across all the major UK channels in a variety of roles, Ninia is a favorite guest and commentator for many popular discussion shows, for example Sky Comedy Close Up. She has enjoyed a successful run at the Cape Town Comedy Festival in South Africa. Her popularity on television continues to soar, her stand-up remains at the ultimate level.

Aurie Styla

Aurie Styla is a young entertainer from London, who started stand-up comedy in 2010, but has been on stage since he was fifteen. Whilst trying out poetry, music and dance, Aurie always brought humour into his performances. Up to now, Aurie has had the pleasure of working with the Comedians such as Wil Sylvince, Tony Woods, Ruperto Vanderpule, John Simmit, Geoff Schumann, Eddie Kadi and many more. Anyone who has seen Aurie perform will remember his charisma, tongue-in-cheek banter and big smile!

About The Drum:

The Drum is the UK’s premier intercultural arts centre dedicated to the development, presentation and celebration of arts and cultural activities of Birmingham’s diverse communities for the benefit of all.