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Sat 30th Mar at 7:30pm
The Schadenfreude Cabaret
@ Harrison Bar, London
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The Schadenfreude Cabaret: Brian Gittins, Garrett Millerick, Bob & Jim, Amy Howerska
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Comedian and star Of Ricky Gervais' Cemetery Junction. The alter-ego of David Earl (or Kev from Channel 4's 'Derek'), Brian Gittins is the owner of a roadside café somewhere off the A32. A couple of the café's regulars have said he's 'quite funny', so he's been attempting to make it in the world of comedy.
'... very funny, inventive and engaging comedy show' (The Daily Telegraph).
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Second place winner; the NATYS, New Comedian Of The Year and Bath New Comedian.
'Millerick is a belter of a new comedian, well worth shouting about' (The Stage)
'... avoided cliche and made contentious points convincingly, though all in the name of a laugh rather than setting out any serious manifesto... Storytelling is clearly in Millerick's genome... a solidly enjoyable way to see out the midnight hour' (Chortle).
'Marks himself out as one to watch' (http://www.FestMag.co.uk)
'Undeniably honest and hilarious' (Three Weeks).
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'...an all singing all dancing variety extravaganza with lashings of triumphant tomfoolery... their fast paced character comedy is truly inspired and will have you realising your full range of laughs, from hearty chuckles to gleeful titters.' - British Comedy Guide **** 'At times their audience participation slows to a standstill because someone simply cannot speak for laughter.'
- Broadway Baby **** 'I laughed like a loon...' - Fringe Guru ****
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Raised in Wales by a Polish, Irish, Catholic Jewish family, Amy's unique comedy styling's have seen her crowned one of the co-hosts of the legendary late night Edinburgh Fringe show Spank!, which she has also covered as a presenter of Dead Parrot's online coverage of the festival.
She has written for, and appeared as a panellist on, What's The Story? for BBC Radio Wales and her TV credits include The 50 Funniest Moments of 2012 (Channel 4), Richard Hammond's Secret Service (BBC1) and Doctors (BBC1).
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Venue: Harrison Bar
28 Harrison Street
Off Gray's Inn Road
WC1H 8JF 51.527424, -0.120906
Enquiries: 0207 278 3966
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