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Henning Wehn: Westphalia is Not an Option

Henning Wehn: Westphalia is Not an Option

The German Comedy Ambassador is back at The Queen's Hall with the two-hour version of last year's hit show. The world may be much changed but Westphalia is still not an option. Recent TV and radio appearances include Have I Got News For You, Would I Lie To You (BBC One), Live at the Apollo, Bake Off – An Extra Slice (BBC Two), The Immigrant's Guide To Britain (Channel 4), The Unbelievable Truth (BBC Radio 4), Fighting Talk (BBC Five Live). 'His accent is not so much German as indescribable' Continue Reading

Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis’s exquisite voice, interpretation of Scottish Gaelic culture and ability to bring folk music out of the past and into the contemporary are what make her a multi award-winning star. Julie has a remarkable series of achievements to her name – the first solo Gaelic singer to be radio playlisted on the BBC, nominated for BBC Radio 2’s Folk Awards 2015, as 'Folk Singer of the Year', singing live to a TV audience of one billion people at the opening ceremony of the Glasgow Continue Reading

Teasing the Funny Bone: A Seminar (For Professionals, Amateurs and Anyone In-Between)

Teasing the Funny Bone: A Seminar (For Professionals, Amateurs and Anyone In-Between)

A "professional" seminar on how to rise to fame in the comedy world! Join our hosts as they stumble their way through a corporate lecture with anecdotes, lies and incorrect facts. Listen, laugh and, most importantly, learn with help from their top tips! Leicester Square Theatre Sketch Off 2017 Semi-finalists. Continue Reading

The Burning Gadulka

The Burning Gadulka

Following a series of failures at music festivals, a Bulgarian musician faces a midlife crisis. Is his lifelong love affair with his instrument – the gadulka, about to be challenged by the arrival of a mysterious girl? Will his crippling shyness destroy any relationship before it can begin? Where do pandas come into the dilemma? Miro Kokenov takes us on a comic journey of doubt, sarcasm and the wonders of nature. 'A worthwhile experience' **** (LondonTheatre1.com). ‘Consuming and Continue Reading

Consignia\'s Panopticon

Consignia's Panopticon

Panopticon is a prison designed by philosopher and social theorist Jeremy Bentham. It's also the name of the new show by Alternative Act of the Year 2016 winner, Consignia. Consignia have three of their members missing. How will they cope? Will what they make be a show? Or a prison? Or both? Brutalist comedy of the lowest order. Continue Reading

Bonnie Bayou

Bonnie Bayou

The Jennifer Ewan Band presents an exhilarating melting pot of heartfelt original songs and old-time Louisiana Creole and Cajun dance classics. As well as performing beautiful new Scottish pop, this upcoming songwriter and her bayou band demonstrate an easy familiarity with the older dance music of the swamps of rural French Louisiana – featuring Cajun blues licks from accordionist drummer Kim Tebble and swamp-pop grooves from Ian "Stretch" McFadyen on electric bass. Live Cajun band and Continue Reading

Jacob Hawley: Fruit Machine

Jacob Hawley: Fruit Machine

In his first solo show, stand-up comedian Jacob Hawley (Comedy Store King Gong winner, Fresh Comedian of the Year finalist, four-star Brighton Fringe 2016) brings tales of patriotism, wasted liberalism and camels. Forty-five minutes of introspective stand-up and heartfelt japes from a boy raised in a working-class Brexit town, who now boasts an arts degree, a vegetarian girlfriend and an almost convincing concern for climate change. It's not quite Billy Elliot, but it's something. ‘Dry, Continue Reading

Chris Martin: The One and Only Chris Martin

Chris Martin: The One and Only Chris Martin

‘One of the UK’s best young observationalists’ (Guardian) went viral in India this year – not in a good way. Chris explores his new found fame and why it means so much to him to be loved. Who would have thought a performer wants to be loved by everyone? Co-host of The Carl Donnelly and Chris Martin Comedy Podcast, one of the Guardian’s top 10 comedy podcasts. As seen on Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central), and Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave). ‘Destined for Continue Reading

2 Religions 1 Comedy Show – Free

2 Religions 1 Comedy Show – Free

Henry's Show Aaaah The Growing Pains of a Neurotic Jew and Joe's The Confused Sikh Who Loves Curried Mustard. Henry Churniavsky will take you on a journey of Jewish life from growing up to growing old. Heard of scouse stew? Henry is scouse Jew. Henry looks at the deadly sins, Jewish guilt, hypochondria, being neurotic, marriage and having twins (boy and a girl). Not identical! Joe Baines: growing up in the deepest parts of India and then being thrown into the West with no language, culture, Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre