All is Fair in Love and Life
  • Brighton Fringe

Losers are funny! Come and laugh with the losers! Anti-heroes Arna Spek, Clive Coopman and James OD will perform stand-up routines about finding funny in the sadder end of life. That bit were it has all gone a bit wrong. For we are all in the gutter, just some of us are looking at making it into an award-winning show. A show where three comedians do 20 minutes each of their best material as developed in a year in their living rooms and on the circuit, about their lives with the focus of laughing at your own pain. All three comedians are regular performers on the London circuit. Arna Spek (winner of the 99 Comedy Club Female Bursary 2017), Clive Coopman (BBC Radio 4 New Act of the Year -heats) and James OD (Angel Comedy Club). Join them for a laugh!

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