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Mata Hari

Mata Hari

'I’ll know how to die.' Dutch spy/femme fatale awaits death. Her actual words are combined with animation, song, dance. Performed by Upstairs. ‘Knows how to own a stage … her style was refreshing ... moody ... beautiful’ (South African). Continue Reading

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Jordan, Jesse, Go!

Jordan, Jesse, Go!

Jordan, Jesse, Go! is a freewheeling comedic discussion between Jesse Thorn (host of NPR's Bullseye), Jordan Morris and their comedian guests. They discuss feelings, sex and culture with a unique mix of intelligence, silliness and vulgarity. Continue Reading

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Slaughterhouse Live

Slaughterhouse Live

Comedy Store regulars return with their award-winning cabaret for four nights. An explosive mix of hilarious characters including Britain's cleanest comedian Tommy Kittens, obsessive-compulsive rock tribute act OC / DC. ‘Inspired creations' (Edinburgh Evening News). ‘Comedy gold' (John Thomson). Continue Reading

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Mr Winchester: Classic Entertainment!

Mr Winchester: Classic Entertainment!

Dan Skinner, the creator of Angelos Epithemiou returns to the festival with his hilarious traditional stand-up entertainer, Mr Winchester: providing proper jokes, no surrealism, no women ... just classic entertainment! 'Masterful comic timing' ***** (Scotland on Sunday). Continue Reading

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Viv Groskop: I Laughed, I Cried

Viv Groskop: I Laughed, I Cried

A confessional, intimate, life-affirming show: how one woman took on stand-up and (almost) ruined her life. ‘Viv is brilliant. But I still quite like Billy Connolly’ (Jo Brand). ‘Amazing’ (Lucy Porter). Continue Reading

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Eleanor Thom: I Am Bev

Eleanor Thom: I Am Bev

“The BBC said, ‘Bev, you need a vehicle’, so I’ve got one. Inclusive of drinks trolley. Get onboard.” As seen in Lady Garden - ‘Britain’s Funniest Women’ (Sunday Telegraph), Absolutely Fabulous and Live at the Electric. Continue Reading

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