Power Struggle
  • Brighton Fringe

"Power Struggle" is a split show from two of Wales's most exciting up and coming comedians; Priya Hall (BBC Presents: Stand up for Live Comedy, Fred At The Stand BBC Radio 4, Mach Fest BBC Radio Wales, Stand Yp S4C, and Hunllef yng Nghymru Sydd BBC Radio Cymru.) and Eleri Morgan (Welcome Strangers BBC Radio Wales , Tourist Trap BBC One Wales, The Now Show and News Quiz RADIO, Hunllef yng Nghymru Sudd S4C)Over the course of an hour, these two welsh babes will be regaling you with stories of drug-taking, socialist grandmothers, accidentally courting the Alt-Right and some very spicy opinions on giant squids. They had hoped to start touring this show in 2020 (but for some reason have been horrifically delayed) and are excited to take it outside of wales and to perform in front of new audiences and get to show the world what they are capable of!!** *Some of the UK.** It's mainly unresearched opinions.

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