Up and coming comedian Jake Baker (twice nominated for the BBC New Comedy Award) brings his first solo hour to the Camden fringe. Expect beguiling stories and big belly laughs as he examines success, failure, identity and pork pies.
Award-nominated comic Jim Campbell has been busy with a chart-topping podcast and acclaimed book. Now he explores mistakes and regrets, love and reinvention via our slide into armageddon. In a fun way. Warning: quality of jokes may compromise structural integrity of roof.
“Exquisitely written, punchline-driven material… A future star” Chortle.
Having recently supported Katherine Ryan on her sell out tour, Tania Edwards, comic (BBC1, C5, Radio 4) & writer (Mock the Week, Twit of the Year, SUFTW, Après Ski & The Unbelievable Truth), brings her new show to Camden. Previously James Acaster’s pick for The Guardian, Glamour magazine’s top comics to see & The Mirror’s top 5 jokes of the Fringe.
Libellously funny storytelling show, set in the 1990’s London, explaining how to find outrageous nightly adventures on a budget of £5. It’s a storytelling show about storytelling, creating scenarios to create a social life in the heart of London. “beguiling storytelling ” Chortle “go hear his story” Three Weeks
An excessive amount of thinking in a short period of time or thinking too quickly. Because everyone is different it is not easy to say exactly how much thinking in one session adults can consume before it counts as binge thinking. Women should not think more than eight times in any one session, and men should not think unless a woman is present…
Taken from personal experiences of being a young Yorkshire lass attempting to “adult” in the big wide world, “Living on the Edge” explores various topics from the classic faux pas of a Brit abroad and the politics of the playground to the fascinating spectacle that is Theresa May’s body posture.
Anna Savory is a comedy writer, stand-up & above all, condemned woman! This may well be your last chance to join her (& the 1,000 cursed books she inherited that are trying to kill her) for a night of stand-up about love, life, libraries, & terrible, terrible occult curses.
“Spooky show that’s brilliantly funny too” Josie Long