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Andrew Doyle is one of the UK’s foremost political satirists.
Friendly Fire is his seventh solo stand-up show. It follows the critically acclaimed Thought Crimes, which ran at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year and later transferred to the Soho Theatre in London.
Andrew is co-writer of internet sensation Jonathan Pie, and has collaborated with Pie creator Tom Walker on numerous viral videos. Their response to Donald Trump’s election has been viewed online more than 150 million times and a more recent piece was described by Ricky Gervais as “one of the most perfect (and important) pieces of comedy I’ve ever seen."
WHY? 'Comedy gold' Broadway Baby
'Prepare for all your internal organs to burst with laughter' Independent
'One of the country’s most exciting comedic talents' Gay Times
'Utterly hilarious' Fest
Fresh from his sold-out, critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe run and becoming the most viewed British comedian of all time on TikTok, the world famous prankster and Lee Nelson creator is back with an outrageous new show.
In Screwed Up Simon rips into celebrity culture, social media, the police, Putin, Prince Andrew and Jesus.
Nothing is off limits in this hilarious show, including his own mental health, his family, his five arrests and how he once found himself at an underground sex party.
'No show has made me laugh more than this one… His finest hour on stage' ★★★★ The Times
'Screwed Up is a full-on rat-a-tat gag-fest' ★★★★ Mail On Sunday
The 'Spice Girls of improv' return in their five star, sell-out, totally improvised musical comedy.
Inspired by audience suggestions, the all-female cast improvise the musical version of your favourite films, creating movies with 100% more singing, 99% more women and a full live band.
Broadway World Best Comedy nominee and as seen on Sky TV, STV, BBC 5 Live.
'Notflix might very well be the best show you see this year, the year after that and hopefully forever' ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
'A little piece of theatrical genius' ★★★★★ North West End
Following his groundbreaking 2018 show, Deaf Comedy Fam, Ray's new show covers his recent fatherhood, teaching his young son sign language and a disastrous trip to Bahrain!
Ray is an international award winning comic. He spent 2021/22 touring the UK as John Bishop’s handpicked support act, having previously toured with Frankie Boyle in 2019.
Ray was the first comedian to ever win a Scottish Culture Award and is a regular host of Scotland’s most popular radio show, Breaking The News.
Ray is a CODA (like in the Oscar winning film) and grew up with deaf parents. All of his shows are performed in both BSL and English, with Deaf Comedy Fam becoming the first ever live comedy experience for more than 800 deaf audience members.
Ray’s clever, charming and very funny comedy has received critical acclaim from critics and fans alike.
'Bradshaw is raucously funny … captivating, funny and sharply executed' ★★★★★ BroadwayBaby.com
'Funny and fascinating… one in six of us will lose our sense of hearing. Deaf Comedy Fam proves it doesn’t mean you have to lose your sense of humour' ★★★★ The Scotsman
'This years most groundbreaking show' ★★★★ Short.com
'I grinned from ear to ear for the entire hour“ ★★★★ Voice Magazine
'Has a clear comedy gift' ★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
Performed in BSL and Spoken English
Emmanuel's Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated show looks at his life, including being the only boy and the youngest of six children (that’s right – 5 OLDER sisters).
He explores that that looks can be very deceptive and what has led him to become the person he is today.
The show also covers his time as a doorman in some of the scariest clubs in London, his career in musical theatre and life as a parent to two young children.
Through his hilarious storytelling, it's a deeper look into all the experiences that shaped his personality and opinions today.
Emmanuel made his TV debut on Comedy Central UK. He has appeared on ITV1's The John Bishop Show, ITV2's The Stand Up Sketch Show, Comedy Central Live and ITV's Sorry I Didn’t Know. He's been heard on BBC Radio 4 shows including The Now Show, The Likely Dads and Edinburgh Fringe Award; Nominees show.
'Outright hilarious, his star is on the rise' Fest
'Side-splittingly funny, there are roaring laughs' The Independent
'Sonubi is a distinctive, classily polished act. His ascendancy appears assured' The Scotsman
'Big laughs, engaging tales, you’re seduced by the easy authority of his storytelling' The Guardian
'There’s no denying Sonubi his impeccable craft. If he’s shooting for a BBC One primetime slot, this is bang on target' The List
Whether it’s you, the person you go on a date with, your boss, or the opinion-makers on TV, we’re all pretending we know what we’re doing.
We don’t. And it’s about time we all had a proper laugh about it.
Eshaan has supported some of the biggest acts in the UK, including Micky Flanagan, Jason Manford and Kae Kurd. The Pretender is his much-anticipated debut tour.
Eshaan has been seen on BBC1's Mock The Week, QI and Live at The Apollo. He has been heard on award-winning podcasts Have A Word, Ninetwentynine and Spitting Image. He's also appeared on LBC, Times Radio and BBC Radio 4.
'A fine comic entertainer, an intelligent maker of points and a wealth of fascinating facts' The Scotsman
'Genius stand-up comedy' Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
'A story that’s likely to go far' Chortle
Supported by Sharlin Jahan
Sharlin (BBC 4's The Now Show, Funny Women Finalist) is a Bangladeshi, British, and Canadian comedian who loves telling (yelling) at people about things at pubs.
'Undeniably impressive' ★★★★★ EdFringeReview
'Jahan is an energetic, rumbustious presence' ★★★★★ Morning star
The 'rising star of the British stand-up scene' (List) explores Silicon Valley tech monopolies, advertising and addiction through his 'perfectly expressed gags' (Chortle.co.uk).
The Guardian's Top 10 Jokes Edinburgh Festival 2019
The Times' Top Jokes Edinburgh Festival 2022
'Sharply witty, almost sexily cerebral... Kealy is going places' ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
'Breakneck pace with surprising turns in eloquent comic’s wonderful new hour' ★★★★ The List
'A storming show' The Sunday Times
'Fresh, insightful, and original... a great hour of cerebral stand-up' ★★★★ FringeGuru
'Excellent… dynamite Interstellar routine which I wish I had written!' Mark Kermode
'Clever comedy… internal damage from laughing so much' ★★★★ Shortcom
'I found myself laughing loudly throughout...If you're interested in politics this is a must-see' ★★★★ Broadway Baby
'Well thought out and insightful... a very enjoyable hour of comedy' ★★★★ Theatre Weekly
'Didn’t miss a single joke with every one getting a good laugh from the audience' ★★★★ Deadline News
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