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Alice Devlin: Extra-Curricular

Alice Devlin: Extra-Curricular

Help Alice review her extra-curricular activities whilst trying to make a career out of them. Alice has attempted many things: hula hooping, tap dancing, juggling three balls... she's even got a bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. But as the crushing reality of adulthood hits, it's time to choose between making top-notch macchiatos or following her childhood dream. A light-hearted lesson in not taking yourself too seriously, from an eternal optimist. Recommended by Funny Women at Brighton Fringe Continue Reading

Karoshi

Karoshi

Karoshi (Japanese for death by overwork). Is work killing you? Does your boss hate you? You are not alone. In Karoshi, comedian (and tired worker) Mel Byron shows the many different ways in which work is killing us. Long hours, managers from hell, dysfunctional colleagues, they are all to blame. Yes, it's not you, it is them. In the time it takes you to eat lunch and update your CV (don't let the boss catch you), Mel shows, with anecdotes, fascinating facts and a flip chart, why this is Continue Reading

A Digital Legacy

A Digital Legacy

What would you like to happen to your Facebook and Twitter accounts when you die? In this stand-up show about the digital afterlife, Irish comedian Colin Chadwick (BBC Radio, RTE2, The AV Club) plans for his death with a quirky but practical approach, as he decides how much of himself will remain online after he's gone. 'The man can certainly write a gag' (Chortle.co.uk). 'His quirky punchlines come thick and fast' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). Continue Reading

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business

Noel is excited at the prospect of actually being at the Fringe this year, as he was "in the sticks" at Broughton Street last year. 'Comic art at it's best. Fun, fresh and superbly honed' (Steve Donelly, Entertainment Director, Bourne Leisure). 'Five Stars! Needs to be seen, quickly, by the TV Bods!' (Mark Ritchie, UK Cabaret). 'Brodie is a breath of fresh air' (Johnny Tait, theatre critic). 'I'd rather eat my own legs than sit through a Noel Brodie set, but I've seen 1500 people a night who Continue Reading

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Good Girl

Good Girl

Frank, funny debut storytelling from Naomi Sheldon, in association with Old Red Lion Theatre and Bruised Sky Productions. A bold, provocative look at the darker side of being a good girl. 'One of these days, am I going to evaporate? Right here?' GG's girlhood is unfolding as an inquisitive game, but a mysterious tingling sensation heralds her sexual awakening. Welcome to the 90s, where the only sex education is Madonna. 'A naturally gifted comedian' (Stage). 'Sheldon pierces the heart' Continue Reading

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Lou Conran: I Love Lou C

Lou Conran: I Love Lou C

(I'm in my dressing gown, eating boiled eggs, bear with…) Right, imagine visiting your favourite friend/aunty/spinster/woman of independent means. She's a touch eccentric and always "alright". Until last year, when it wasn’t alright and it all went a bit wrong. With lessons learned, a bit of self-discovery and some painful yet funny situations, this is a story about life and, ultimately, death. But in a positive, uplifting sort of way. ‘Naturally funny’ (Sarah Millican). ‘Masterful at Continue Reading

Mike Newall: Desert Boot-Leg Island Discs

Mike Newall: Desert Boot-Leg Island Discs

Accepting he’ll never guest on Desert Island Discs, Mike creates his own version. A love for music and nostalgia, it's a show he's always wanted to be on, and now he is. 'Well-crafted jokes, great call-backs and a wonderfully dry delivery' (ThreeWeeks). 'There’s something strangely elegiac about these modest little insights into his life that make them more than just average observational comedy... Impressive stuff' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Storytelling comes easy and the laughs are Continue Reading

Kieran Boyd: Sitzpinkler

Kieran Boyd: Sitzpinkler

Sitzpinkler (n, Ger) – A man who sits down to urinate; a coward. A stand-up comedy show about fear, silly words and wee. ‘Wryly funny… Engaging and well-executed’ (Fest). 'Impressively funny... Terrific material' (Scotsman). ‘The kind of acute social observations that would grace any mainstream stand-up showcase’ (Chortle.co.uk). With WitTank: 'Masterful' (Sunday Times). Continue Reading

The Harry and Chris Show 2

The Harry and Chris Show 2

After last year’s sell-out run of their debut show, Harry Baker – 'Blistering wordplay' ***** (ThreeWeeks) – and Chris Read – 'Brilliant' (Evening Standard) – bring back their unique mix of comedy, melody, poetry and best-matery. Ranging from pandas in crisis to Robot Wars, they bring love and laughter to a world that needs both more than ever. 'A combination of catchy hooks and breathtaking verbal ingenuity makes this a winning hour… The quality and quantity of laughs Continue Reading

Hurt and Anderson: Come What May

Hurt and Anderson: Come What May

Hurt and Anderson are on the edge. Can they make it through August without self-destructing? Will Laura ever stop sabotaging the show? Will Georgia finally admit the awful truth – she’s never liked Laura's favourite film Moulin Rouge that much? Come what may, this will be a laugh-out-loud hour of sketch and musical comedy. Finalists: Musical Comedy Awards 2017 and Leicester Square Theatre Sketch-Off 2017. Semi-Finalists: Amused Moose National New Comic Award 2017. 'A pleasure to watch... an Continue Reading

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