Laugh Till It Hurts
Mark Dolan (Compere) "Consistently funny" The Independent. Andy Parsons "Perfectly calibrated... the King of Political Comedy" The Guardian. Holly Walsh "An excellent comic, with a flair for lateral-thinking gags and an offbeat stage presence that makes her like a slightly nerdy, very friendly and intensely funny older sister" The Guardian. Elis James "Had me laughing so hard I couldn't breathe for about ten minutes" The Scotsman. Josh Howie "The very undervalued Josh Howie delivers self-deprecating sharply written slices of neuroticism. There's a distinct (and lovely) whiff of the Woody Allens" Independent. Hal Cruttenden "He takes the personal, the surreal, the ridiculous and the political, and whizzes them into a delicious comedy smoothie that is sweet with a hint of sharpness. And it's really good for you" The Scotsman. John Moloney "He shows a depth of experience and a quiet professionalism that other comedians could well learn from" The Independent.
Lineup subject to change.
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