Andy Stedman: Nine Months and Counting

Andy Stedman: Nine Months and Counting

Andy Stedman: 9 Months and Counting is a gentle burble through the perils of impending fatherhood, combining musical comedy with sustained audience interaction.Stedman’s concerns about becoming a father meander from worries about the birth to which parent his child will love more... 

Micky Bartlett: Blissfully Ignorant

Micky Bartlett: Blissfully Ignorant

Micky Bartlett: Blissfully Ignorant is fast-paced and ill-mannered comedy which successfully integrates an abundance of crudity into an intelligent set. Though not particularly ambitious, Bartlett is consistently funny... 

A History, w Nowell Edmurnds

A History, w Nowell Edmurnds

A History, w Nowell Edmurnds is a surreal examination of celebrity culture which is by turns extraordinarily captivating and deeply funny.It takes the form of a one-man sketch show which follows the life of a fake Noel Edmunds, chosen for the particular class of B-list celebrity which he embodies... 

Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden

Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden

Hal Cruttenden is an accomplished comedian. This is accomplished comedy. Sometimes provocative, sometimes self-deprecating, Straight Outta Cruttenden seamlessly integrates an entertaining set with razor-sharp audience interaction... 

Sam Carrington: Awkwardly Mobile

Sam Carrington: Awkwardly Mobile

Sam Carrington: Awkwardly Mobile is intended as a celebration of the awkward moments of social life. Unfortunately, it adds to them.Carrington divides his performance into three segments of “awkwardity”- Family, Work and Dating...