Ada Campe and the Psychic Duck
  • West End

Sometimes it's the most unexpected and delightful moments that shape your future. Join award-winning variety artiste Ada Campe and her Psychic Duck for a show about wonderful women, strange encounters and a fairground mystery.

WINNER: New Act of The Year (NATYS) - 2018

WINNER: Leicester Square Theatre Old Comedian of the Year - 2018

SHORTLISTED: Best Variety Act, Chortle Awards -2019

SHORTLISTED: Funny Women Best Show Award- 2017 and 2019

NOMINEE: BBC New Comedy Award - 2018

"Ada Campe made me laugh more than anyone on the circuit for years. Genius." Sandi Toksvig

"Extravagantly mischievous& brilliantly crowd-pleasing act" - Chortle

"Sorcery wrapped in the kind of storytelling that would make Scheherezade jealous" - Kate Copstick

"Resembles an unhinged supervillain" - Dive

"Very, very funny" - Edinburgh Magic Circle

"Magnetic presence and ticklish way with words" - The Scotsman

Ada Campe and the Psychic Duck played at The Stand's New Town Theatre for the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and garnered:

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The Scotsman

Reccomended show by The Guardian

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