A couple of days after the nation goes to the polls we celebrate, commiserate, cheer, weep, embrace, or face-palm. Whatever way you look at it we all live in these sceptred isles, unless you vote Tory, in which case you must live in some sort of Trumpton-cum-Mordor land of fear and contempt. Either way, let’s all come together and have a jolly good gigglesnort about absolutely anything else.
Funny’s Funny Award Winner, Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year, Brighton Comedy Festival New Act of the Year and one of Rhod Gilbert’s Ten Must See Comics, Harriet has talked on a stage all over the world – at places like The Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in Kilkenny, Oslo Comedy Festival and Just for Laughs in Montreal. She has also supported some of her heroes on their nationwide tours, like Katherine Ryan, Stephen Merchant, Stewart Francis and Isy Suttie. She has appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Comedy Lounge, BBC3’s Comedy Marathon, The One Show’s Edinburgh showcase, Kevin Hart’s LOL Live and as Daisy in Jo Brand’s C4 show DAMNED. Kemsley brings the whimsical ebullience with a selectively serrated undersurface.
“cheerfully neurotic with an entertaining penchant for oversharing” — The Scotsman
“A quirky very funny stand up… her style is refreshingly original and she’s a seriously good writer” — Time Out
“abundant moments of whimsy but Kemsley can still surprise you with a moment of blunt, hard-edged bleakness and for all that she’s a force of personality” — Chortle
“paddles in the pool of sexual politics with some well observed stuff. Men – think twice before sitting in the front row” — Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
Sunil Patel has been described as having a face that would look the same upside down. He is also a Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee, BBC New Comedy Awards finalist, Time Out’s ‘One to Watch’, and can be seen in Channel 5 sitcom ‘Borderline’.
“A deviously sharp writer” — Time Out
“Beautifully funny” — Evening Standard
“A clearly gifted comedian” — Chortle
“He oozes funny like a jammy doughnut running down a diner’s chin” — Broadway Baby
“He might be a psychopath” — The Scotsman
Doors open at 7.00pm, show starts at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £6 when you buy online, £8 if you pay on the door.
Advanced booking is recommended.
The following food and drinks offers are also now available:
2 x tickets and a bottle of any wine £20
2 x tickets, a bottle of any wine and 2 main meals for £35
These must be booked in advance by contacting the Red Deer via (0114) 2722890 or firstname.lastname@example.org.