Russell Hicks heads out on his first tour, but not his first rodeo. (Warning: This is a stand up show. NOT a rodeo.)
Russell Hicks is here to stay and he really is happy to be here.
So, why don’t British People believe him?
Hot off the back of a starring role in an Amazon Prime show that nobody watched, and was cancelled immediately, American Stand Up comedian Russell Hicks, lives in the UK where he allegedly performs stand-up comedy. Naturally, his parents still think he makes his money through some kind of illegal activity, so buy some tickets and help prove his legitimacy!
You may have heard Russell as the voice of Sky Comedy, seen him entertain studio audiences at ‘Have I Got News for You’ or caught him opening for the likes of Al Murray or ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ winner Axel Blake. He’s performed up and down this country, picking up three Leicester Festival nominations along the way. He’s even been officially declared a Global Talent by Arts Council England.
Known for his improvised performances, Russell has amassed millions of views online and gained a devoted following of fans who’ve come to know that no two shows will be the same. Considered one of the best improvisers in the country, Russell has appeared on some of the UK’s biggest networks. He has starred in several episodes of ITV’s ‘Stand Up Sketch Show’ and won the Channel 4 competition series ‘Captive Audience’ with his fully improvised comedy, and starred in Prime Video series ‘Lovestruck High’ narrated by Lindsay Lohan as the loveable Texan Coach Hughes.
Join comedian and children's author Olaf Falafel for an hour of kid's comedy which is now 20% more stupider than ever before.
There will be truth-telling cheese, fishing, ducks, bumbags, sausages and maybe some drawing. Family- friendly frivolity that will leave you feeling a lot less intelligent than when you walked in, from one of the masters of the (stupid) art. Be there or be a dodecahedron. Time Out Top 10 Kids' Shows 2022; Nominated Best Family Show, Leicester Comedy Festival 2023. Direct from Edinburgh Fringe.
A sprawling bungalow of blissful belly laughs' ★★★★★ Get Your Coats On
'An absolute treat, as enjoyable for the adults as it is for the children' ★★★★ Broadway World
'This show is disruptive, daft and downright brilliant. Take your kids. Twice' ★★★★ Everything Theatre
'Utterly delighting the children with perfectly pitched humour' ★★★★ Theatre Weekly
'All kinds of weird and wonderful and we are 100% here for it' ★★★★ Edinburgh Festival For Kids
Suitable for ages 3 - 13 years.
The performance at 2pm is Relaxed. Ideal for families with babies or toddlers and children with SEND. Everyone is welcome to join us for this friendly format.
£12 | £10 under 16s
Family and Friends (4 people) £40
The Persian Comedy Powerhouse performs his critically acclaimed new show.
Omid peacefully bows to his inner anger and unleashes a torrent of comedic vitriol upon the current state of this dangerously messed up planet.
No government gets a green card. No tyrant avoids a take down. No audience member leaves the theatre with an ounce of laughter left in them.
You have been warned.
'So hysterically funny and at the same time so poignant and powerful that calling it stand-up barely does it justice' Michael Levin, Huffington Post
With support from Boothby Graffoe.
Suitable for ages 16+ years.
The 2023 Sky Edinburgh Comedy Award winner brings his latest show about family, immigration, marriage, history, politics, and beans.
Ahir's last Fringe show, 2019’s Dots, is now a special on HBO Max. He has been seen on Mock the Week, The Mash Report, QI, Live at the Apollo, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, Have I Got News For You, and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
'The most important stand-up of the year, if not decade' Stephen Armstrong
'Tis is truly outstanding stand up' ★★★★★ Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
'It’s clear why Ahir Shah won the Edinburgh Comedy Award with this remarkable piece of storytelling' ★★★★★ Steve Bennett, Chortle
'Starts tugging heartstrings before he even sets foot on stage… has long been one of our most eloquent, thought-provoking comic voices… seemingly effortless way it weaves together the personal and the political into a big-hearted, uplifting whole' ★★★★ Tristram Fane Saunders, The Telegraph
'A beautiful, lyrical love letter… which deservedly picked up the Edinburgh Comedy Award this year… Shah is an electric performer, super-intelligent, his material densely packed with insight, yet never far from a gag… Ends leaves you uplifted, radiating positivity. In fact, its no exaggeration to say that Shah’s tribute to his grandparents should be on the national curriculum' ★★★★★ Mark Wareham, Mail on Sunday
'Filled it up like a tornado sweeping in with a high energy set powered by a machine gun style delivery… great comedy set mixed up laughter, with deeply affecting silences… a master storyteller… all of this demonstrated why it was named best show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe' ★★★★ Asjad Nazir, Eastern Eye
Tom Houghton sets out on his biggest and most hilarious show yet.
Having now taken to the international stage with tours of Europe and America, the man who asked us Do you ski? returns to the UK to ponder a new question.
In an age where tradition and progress are wrestling against each other; what are the parts of ourselves that need shedding and what is worth holding on to?
Star of Netflix The Circle and host of Very British Problems: Live and Bad Manors podcast.
'Clever, passionate and soulful' ★★★★★ The New European
'A twisted view of the world' ★★★★★ The Sunday Express
'Get your tickets today. Tomorrow may well be too late. A Star is Born' ★★★★★ One 4 Review
'Everyone’s cup of tea… Brilliant, bright and insightful' ★★★★★ UK Cabaret
'This unexpected tour de force warrants a 21-gun salute' ★★★★ The Daily Telegraph
'A crafty idiot' ★★★★ The Daily Mail
'Now that’s class' ★★★★ Fringe Guru
Phil McIntyre Live Ltd presents
With a general election on the way, Matt Chorley draws on two decades of reporting from Westminster and two centuries of history to deliver his hilarious guide to winning and losing at the polls. The Times Radio presenter and Have I Got News For You regular is back with his third stand-up tour, ready to focus group the audience and compile his own manifesto guaranteed to get him the keys to No10.
‘Great British stand up is alive and well… Matt Chorley with acid wit and music hall timing’ Andrew Marr
‘No politician is spared in this delightful display of disdain’ ★★★★ The Times
‘Engaging, funny, entertaining’ Rory Bremner
There are 700,000 autistic people in the UK but who is their leader?
2 years ago, Joe Wells decided he should be 'King of The Autistics' and it all went horribly wrong.
'One of my favourite comics' Frankie Boyle
'Some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian' The Guardian
Over 4.5m views online for his video 'Having a non-autistic brother'.
As seen on Rosie Jones’ Disability Comedy Extravaganza, BBC2’s Ouch! Storytelling Live and Channel 4’s Jokes Only a Neurodivergent Can Tell.
★★★★ Broadway Baby
The follow up to the critically acclaimed, I Am Autistic (available now on YouTube), this is a stand-up show about representation, role models and the fight for autistic rights.
NOTE: There is no unwanted audience interaction in this show.