AN EVENING OF COMEDY!
Presented by Speak Gallery & Holly Ebdon
Laughter is the cheapest form of Medicine...
Dinner served from 7pm - advisable to guarantee a table! Acts from 8pm..
"Rare comic energy and control. Very funny" Bob Mortimer
"There's a (delightful I think) anarchic lunacy about it. It's also bold, imaginative, original and dead funny. Hell, I'm going to push the boat out here and say it: It's refreshing" The Guardian
"Funny premises are augmented by great little sub-gags and physical turns before being topped off with a strong punchline. Tremendous stuff." **** The Scotsman
- The Scotsman’s ‘Top Five Comedy Shows at the Fringe’
- Dave’s ‘Top 10 Funniest Jokes of the Fringe’
- Chortle’s ’Ten People Doing Unusual Things’
“A hit for those with a sharp ear for dry-witted comedy…It feels accomplished and the acting is strong but most importantly it is very funny” **** New Current
Rachel Stubbings is a skilled and nuanced character actress whose original and subtle style has secured her comedy roles in Sky Atlantic’s Common People, E4′s Celebrity Bedlam, Alice Lowe’s BBC Radio 4 series, Alices Wunderland and many more. As well as television and radio, Rachel has written and starred in many award winning short films.
“Sharp witted…destined for hugeness” – Time Out
“Adroitly nuanced spectacle” – The Independent
"This is the sort of mad experience – ‘show’ doesn’t seem to be quite the right word – that ought to be part of everyone’s Fringe." **** Chortle
JOHN KEARNS (MC)
"One of the most bizarre and brilliant hours of comedy I've ever witnessed...there is so much going on in his performance at any one moment, that I'm really finding it quite difficult to sum it up in easily digestible English sentences." Leicestercomedyscene.co.uk, 2013
"Tremendous originality... a jumpy and unpredictable raconteur... a shot of nervous energy, an elastic band about to snap... I can't see him waiting in reserve for long." Broadyway Baby, 2012
"John Kearns has come in character (at least, for his sake, I hope it is a character)" The Scotsman
"Weird, room-splitting lunacy that's certain to get talked about... his unwavering commitment to the absurd cannot be doubted in such a forceful performance." Chortle, 2012