PAUL DUNCAN McGARRITY: TODAY IS THE GOOD OLD TIMES OF YESTERDAY
Date: Sunday 8th November. Time: 8:00pm (Doors open 7:30pm) Tickets: Pay What You Can (Donation after the show)https://www.musicglue.com/camden-head/events/8-nov-15-paul-duncan-mcgarrity-today-is-the-good-old-times-of-tomorrow-camden-head/
Archaeologist and stand up comedian Paul Duncan McGarrity brings his Edinburgh solo show back to Camden for a second showing! This show looks at why we revere the past and why we are absolute fools to do so. (★★★★ The Public Reviews)
PAUL DUNCAN McGARRITY: TODAY IS THE GOOD OLD TIMES OF TOMORROW.
Sunday 13th September. Time: 20:00 (Doors open 19:30). Price: FREE (donation bucket at the end).
After a superb month at the Edinburgh Fringe Paul Duncan McGarrity brings his solo show to Camden.
Last year I used the word Schadenfreude in my description, and it seemed to frighten off dumb people as I had lovely audiences. This year I’m using the words Australopithecus Afarensis, in the hope it happens again. Paul Duncan McGarrity returns with his third solo hour. After looking at himself in Awkward Hawk and the positive side of failure in Fail!, this years show looks at why we revere the past and why we are absolute fools to do so. ‘Like a very tall, funny, excited child’ (Scotsman).
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.