This month’s gig features faces fresh from the Fringe as well as faces well worn from years of making audiences everywhere guffaw involuntarily at the hilarity they expertly effuse. And of course cake and cookies. Not to mention chairs to sit on, a couple of intervals, and at the end you’ll even be allowed to go home. Yes, it’s got it all!
Describing himself as Britain’s only deaf comedian (he adds the disclaimer that, if there are others, he hasn’t heard) Steve Day is truly unique comedian – warm, witty and engaging whilst dealing with the dilemmas of being a deaf man in a hearing world. He’s been entertaining audiences for over a decade and has under his belt multiple Edinburgh shows with rave reviews, appearances on Radio 4, Channel 4 and Sky and has established himself as one of the most popular acts on the comedy circuit today.
‘Revelatory and very funny’ – The Guardian
‘Wonderful’ – Bath Chronicle
‘Warm, funny, frank and thought-provoking’ – The Scotsman
‘A very different kind of comedy … something which Day seems particularly proud of, and so he should be’ -Three Weeks
‘Has a self-effacing charm which endears him to audiences’ – Chortle
Three years into her comedy career Harriet already has heads turning with her baffling stories of a misspent youth and bewildering personal anecdotes that are so ridiculous, they must be true. A fresh and imitable raconteur, it’s a pleasure to spend time in her company as she weaves her surreal and hilarious tales. She has a unique comic voice that charms audiences with matchless material, and her offbeat stage presence and whirlwind of energy make it easy to see how this new act is making a big noise.
‘She’s got funny bones!’ – Kevin Bridges
‘lovely and engaging off the wall stories and stage presence’ – NCF Comedy
Admission £3 (adv) / £4 (door)
Pre-booking advised. Tickets available from wegottickets.com.