Sara Pascoe: Work-in-Progress

Thursday 1st October 2015

Time: 8:00pm Price: £3.00 

Tickets: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/333177

Sara Pascoe, star of Stand Up For the Week and Campus  (C4), Live at the Apollo, QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Mock The Week and Twenty Twelve (BBC) presents her new work-in-progress.

★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ Manchester Evening News
NOMINEE: Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award 2014 – Best Show
‘well-crafted jokes come in quick succession’ – Time Out
‘Always clever and sometimes exquisite.’ – Independent
‘Pascoe is one of the most relevant comics working the circuit today, and that status doesn’t come at the expense of the funny’ – Chortle
‘a lively and super-entertaining tour of the inside of her inquiring mind’ – The Guardian

FERN BRADY: EDINBURGH PREVIEW

Fri 10th April. Time: 5:45pm (Doors open 5:30pm). Tickets: £5.00

From 8 out of 10 Cats and The Alternative Comedy Experience, Fern presents a work in progress towards her new show. “Great comic sensibility…sparkling verve “ Guardian. “Fearsome originality.” Scotland on Sunday. “Obnoxious, rude and utterly brilliant” ThreeWeeks.

Radio 4 Preview

Sun 23rd Nov. 5:00pm. FREE!

Deborah Frances-White tells two gripping and hilarious half hour stories about finding her birth mother and then biological father. Come and laugh and cry and be her crash test audience before she records next week.

‘Hilarious!’ The Guardian

Earlier this month comedian Deborah Frances-White did her first two works-in-progress for her new BBC Radio 4 series. There were ice dancers. It was amazing. Now she’s back and the show is recording on Monday. This is your last chance to hear it before it becomes an actual radio show! There are true stories about some incredible moments in her life, comedy and more! Come and help shape the inevitable genius.

★★★★ Three Weeks
★★★★ Fest
★★★★ Chortle
★★★★ Edinburgh Reporter
★★★★ Broadway Baby

‘funny and poignant’ Three Weeks
‘smart, funny and interesting’ Fest
‘engaging, humorous and heartwarming’ WhatsOnStage
‘an engaging mix of comedy and story-telling in the vein of Dave Gorman’
Edinburgh Reporter