Paul Kerensa 

Paul Kerensa - poster - 7.6.19 

Join us for an evening of comedy in aid of Stapleford Community Warden Scheme - a joint scheme between the church, parish council and Age UK to provide care and services to the elderly in Stapleford.

Paul Kerensa is an English comedy writer and stand-up comedian. In 2002 Kerensa won ITV's 'Take The Mike' Award, and was a finalist in The Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards and the BBC New Comedy Awards. Kerensa won the BBC Radio Titheridge Prize, leading to writing credits on many major BBC Radio 4 shows. He wrote, and briefly appeared in, the television series Miranda. He was a co-writer on the television series Not Going Out.

He appeared regularly on the segment 'Pause for Thought', during The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Radio 2. Kerensa was writer on the 2015 series of TFI Friday.

In 2013 Kerensa authored the book So A Comedian Walks Into A Church: Confessions of a Kneel-Down Stand-up, followed in 2014 by Genesis: The Bibluffer's Guide.

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