James Bennison has spent the last year going to extraordinary lengths to gain superpowers so that you don’t have to. Join him as he presents his findings and see if he can bestow them upon you also.
From enrolling in Psychic College to breaking into a nuclear power plant, find out if he has indeed achieved his life long dream of becoming super.
“…a most enjoyable slice of nonsense.” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“…highly entertaining, utterly engaging show” ???? Fringe Guru
Nominated for Brighton Fringe Latest Comedy Award
Winner of IYAF 2015 Brighton Fringe Stand-Up Comedy Award
Tickets £7/£6 available https://cam.tickets.red61.com/performances.php?eventId=3113:674
Performed 14th-16th August
Funmbi Omotayo: Legal Immigrant (Edinburgh Preview.)
5:45pm (Doors open 5:30pm) Tickets: £5.00 https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/4-apr-15-funmbi-omotayo-legal-immigrant-camden-head/
Amused Moose Laugh Off Winner Funmbi brings his highly anticipated debut to the fringe, with first hand anecdotes from his African heritage and British roots.
- ‘Soon, he could be playing to thousands” TimeOut. *
Sun 12th April. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: FREE!
Paul Duncan McGarrity (“Like a very tall, funny, excited child” The Scotsman) & Suzy Bennett (‘Vibrant, gorgeous and extremely funny’ BBC) each present their 1 hour Edinburgh Fringe Shows. For FREE!
PAUL DUNCAN McGARRITY
★★★★ The Public Reviews
‘Practically bursting with energy… a hard act to follow’ ThreeWeeks
‘a charismatic act’ Three Weeks
SUZY BENNETT – GUMPTION
Suzy loves movies, but has realised she was playing the part of best friend in her own life instead of the leading lady. Now she’s rewriting her own story and finally discovering that little thing called gumption! Funny Women Award winner. ‘Suzy is a charm bomb’ Russell Kane. ‘Delightful company’ Metro. ‘The panache of a young Dawn French’ Chortle.
Wed 22nd April. Time: 7:30pm (Doors open 7:00pm) Tickets: £5.00
Nathan Cassidy previews his new Edinburgh Fringe show Back to the Future (part of a trilogy for 2015). It’s loosely inspired by the 1980’s movie. It turns out that Nathan has had a chance encounter with Doctor Emmett Brown , and realised there is only one thing that has actually changed over the last 30 years. And it isn’t flying cars.
…and it’s about to ruin all of our lives!
‘A great comedian. His rapport with the audience is instant and constant… Nathan Cassidy is fast becoming a firm favourite’
‘Great jokes with an easy, confident manner. Cassidy seems to have a real commitment to making intelligent shows about fun ideas’
Steve Bennett, Chortle