Ellyn Daniels takes us on an intoxicating ride from Orlando to Togo, ballet to bulimia, walking the runways of Paris to blacking out in Hollywood mansions, and the precipice of suicide to salvation through stand up.
“an astonishing performance. mesmerizing, physical, reflective and tough.” – Noho Arts District
I’m aware there isn’t much art made about love so I thought I’d wade in and nail the definitive article before anyone else tried to. There will be some music in it… A storytelling show about love and words and the word love. Winner of Vault Festival’s show of the year 2017. Set in the same universe as my first show, Team Viking.
“The best theatre I saw in Edinburgh 2016. Superb Ben Moor/Kitson style storytelling.” Stewart Lee
“Heart-lifting and incredibly moving” ★★★★★ Natasha Tripney, The Stage
“A reminder that life really is for the living.” ★★★★ Matt Trueman, Fest Magazine
The critically acclaimed character comic and creator of the award winning, international sell-out show ‘It’s Got To Be Perfect’ returns. Four characters compete for the Women of the Year Awards, hosted by Georgina the Bride and judged by YOU the audience. A scouse mumtrepeneur, a darkly secretive baker, a glamourous deadly foreign correspondant and an anti-marriage activist. Four women, one Award, who wins? YOU decide.
WINNER: Best Show 2016
***** Funny Women ‘Morris has the X Factor’
***** ‘Wildly inventive and intelligent’
‘Beautifully crafted comedy’ The Independent
John is a man, a man with a plan. That plan. Comedy.
★★★★★- Fresh Air
★★★★★- The Mirror
★★★★★- Broadway Baby
★★★★★- Cream of the Fringe
★★★★- Melbourne Herald Sun
★★★★- Brighton Public Review
★★★★- Fest Magazine
★★★★- The Herald
★★★★- Fest Mag
★★★★- Arts Award Voice
Brand new stand up from Mike Shephard (as heard on talkRADIO and regular writer for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz).
“Mike cleverly intertwines satirical comedy and observations on political themes, history and a host of other thoughts and opinions. It is intellectual comedy with bursts of rage and irritation. It’s fast paced, very clever… you need to have your wits about you to keep up!” (Louise Neilson, Buxton Fringe Review)
“4 Stars… Well-timed punchlines and endearing self-awareness” (ThreeWeeks)
Google uses search trends to predict common events. Dan Attfield uses them to predict the apocalypse. Join him as he takes you on a musical comedy journey of correlation, confidentiality, and criminal piglets. As featured on BBC One Northern Ireland, BBC Radio 4 and E4 with hip-hop improvisers Abandoman and YouTube sketch team The RH Experience.
“Lethal levels of laughter” ★★★★★ – Three Weeks
“Sheer brainpower and comedic instinct” ★★★★★ – TenEighty Magazine
“Beyond talented” – The Basement Theatre, Atlanta
A work in progress show from everyone’s favourite Welsh Rarebit, Amy Howerska. “A comedian at the height of her powers”★★★★★ – Comedy Corner. As she ponders the last taboo, a shit Mum. Do you have shit Mum? does your best mate? What’s it like when Ab Fab turns up to sports day or Peggy Mitchell is in full swing at graduation. When your mother is more of a situation than a mother, how do you navigate life. This is a show for the women who want botox more than a baby. “Howerska’s charm is Infectious,” ★★★★ THE Australian TIMES
Directed by Matthew Crosby
Sexy teens. An international high school. Mysterious deaths. Brexit. When a new girl starts at Sexiteen High School, her classmates start dropping like flies. Has her presence set off a deadly turn of events, or has a higher power been waiting for this opportune moment? Puberty can be tough, but surviving high school can be murder. ‘Glazebrook is a very clever performer’ (Sydney Morning Herald). ‘Mocking, self-depreciating and funny’ (TheAge.com.au).
Following two shows that sold out through word of mouth alone, Scottish comedian Fern is back for another Scottish hour. Scottish. As seen on English comedian Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, English comedian Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience and Viceland’s new series Brexit Stage Left. God, I hope I can cry over a dead relative or come across as sincere this year. As heard on BBC Radio 4’s State of the Nations and BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News.
‘An astounding hour’ ***** (List).
‘Quick witted acerbic stand-up’ ***** (Skinny).