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Sindhu Vee brings her critically-acclaimed, sell-out tour show, Alphabet, to Norden Farm as she warms up for the filming of her next stand up special.
Sindhu has stormed Live at the Apollo (twice) and appeared on all of the top comedy TV shows, including: QI, Mock the Week, Have I Got News For You, The Last Leg and Would I Lie To You?
She also played Mrs Phelps in the smash hit Netflix feature film Matilda, is the star of forthcoming sitcom The Pradeeps of Pittsburgh for Amazon Freevee and her other acting credits include Starstruck and Sex Education.
Suitable for ages 14+ years.
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.
Join the Funny Mummy for this hilarious one women comedy show, all about the bonkers world of parenting.
‘Mummy, I love your boobies...they’re so long!’
Join the Funny Mummy for this hilarious one women comedy show, all about the bonkers world of parenting. From pregnancy to playdates, WhatsApp groups to school runs – if you’re a parent, and you need a laugh, then this show is for you!
Alyssa Kyria, aka The Funny Mummy, is the co-creator of Bring Your Own Baby Comedy and performs comedy to audiences across the country. Her comedy, music videos and sketches have gone viral on Netmums and Facebook and she has starred on BBC, ITV and SKY.
'The perfect concoction of parenting and comedy, Alyssa is onto something great’ ★★★★ Voicemag
‘Sensational!’ The Mirror
‘The perfect mum's night out’ Redbridge Drama Centre
A brand new stand-up show about passion, pace and purpose from the critically acclaimed star of BBC’s QI, Live at the Apollo and C4’s Travel Man.
Jess’ son’s joined a cult AND her cat’s learnt to talk but despite all that she’s fine, actually. In fact she’s hurtling faster and hustling harder than ever for the things that she wants and needs.
Her last show Wench played a sold-out Edinburgh Fringe run and UK tour and is available now as a special. Her previous show Hench was nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards and won Best Show at the Chortle Awards where Jess also won Best Act. It’s available to stream now on Amazon Prime.
Jess is a regular co-host of The Guilty Feminist podcast, host and creator of her own podcast about eating, Hoovering, and star and writer of BBC Radio 4’s Sturdy Girl
Club. Jess has also appeared in the award-winning sitcom Motherland and most recently hugely-acclaimed feature film Scrapper which won the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance festival.
She’s also been on all your favourite panel shows from Celebrity Pointless to House of Games.
‘A loud, lively and vital voice’ ★★★★ Evening Standard
‘She wears her smarts on her sleeve’ ★★★★ Guardian
‘She finds a new fiercely funny strain of comedy that’s her own’ ★★★★ Times
Presented by Plosive Live in association with Ebdon Management
£17, £15 conc
Daliso did his first show Feed This Black Man 20 years ago. The jokes were mediocre, there was a rap about poverty in the middle (which was as offensive as you might imagine) and the big finale involved a sandwich on stage.
20 years later, Daliso has done the Royal Variety Performance, written and performed four series of Citizen of Nowhere on BBC Radio 4, been a Britain's Got Talent finalist, toured nationwide and abroad... all sorts of things the 22-year-old Chaponda would never have imagined possible.
So, Feed This Black Man Again is a do-over, as the now widely-loved comic revisits the themes of that ancient debut show with the considerably enhanced comic talents that two decades' experience brings you.
Along the way he'll examine the huge differences between the way you think life will be at twenty, and the reality. Probably no sandwich at the end this time.
'Full of sharp one-liners and well crafted gags...a real talent' ★★★★ Metro
'Gets laughs out of topics other comedians shun' The Guardian
'Brilliantly bold, thoroughly engaging and provocative' Wee Review
A double bill of two shows in one night, from cult multi-award winning musical-comedians Jonny & The Baptists.
A brand new hour of songs and stories about why we are (or are not) happy; and a retrospective of our first decade making riotous, satirical (and silly) “work”.
The Happiness Index
Are you happy? We can help! Five Prime Ministers ago, David Cameron started a happiness index to measure how joyful the people of this nation are. Which is ironic, given what he then did. Anyway, we’ve picked up the baton and now are trying to find out what the hell we should do with it. A new personal and political show about our desire, and the country’s struggle, to just be happy.
Ten Thankless Years
The country's absolute best (but not most popular) musical comedians present our greatest hits, from a decade of being wildly under-appreciated. After a sell-out, five-star run at Edinburgh Fringe 2023, we’ve understandably decided to take this cash-cow on the road.
'An hour of glorious chaos. A must-see' ★★★★★ Sunday Post
'A proper belly-laugh show' ★★★★★ British Theatre Guide
'Wickedly funny' ★★★★ The Times
'Excellent, irresistible and winningly random' ★★★★ The Guardian
'You'll mainly leave feeling warm and fuzzy.... note perfect' ★★★★ Metro
Suitable for ages 14+ (guidance only)
New stand up show from the award-winning comedian.
Politics for idiots, feminism for lads, love stories for louts and self-care for those who don’t care.
Jacob has been seen on Sky1's The Russell Howard Hour, BBC3's Ladhood, ITV2's The Stand Up Sketch Show and ITVX's Secrets of the Comedy Circuit. He's also had over 4 million views online.
'Intelligent & important, his self-aware set sees him explore themes of class and identity in the modern world expertly' ★★★★ Sunday Post
'A down-to-earth talent who's got it in spades' ★★★★ The List
Age suitability: 14years+
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.