Alex Camp & Dom Hatton-Woods: Hard Knock Life
  • Brighton Fringe

Alex Camp and Dom Hatton-Woods - regulars at comedy clubs across the north-west - present their Fringe debuts in their split show entitled Hard Knock Life. This hour of hilariousness delves into topics like Doms struggles as a student and Alexs misguided quest for self-betterment. Somehow these two fresh-faced lads have managed to find hardship in their lives without ACTUALLY ever encountering more than a few scattered inconveniences.A regular hosting events across the country for Avalon, Dom Hatton-Woods has also appeared as tour support for Jamali Maddix"Hilarious from start to end" Jamali MaddixAlex Camp wows crowds with his mix of absurd stand-up and musical interludes. He ran Japans leading English-language comedy club, Stand Up Tokyo, for three, hosting for the likes of Aziz Ansari, Lou Sanders, Neal Brennan and more.Whatever it is, he has it...incredible charisma Trevor Lock

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