Sat 24th Mar at 8:30pm (doors 7:00pm)
@ Hideaway, London
Price: £8.00 advance / £10.00 on the door
Please contact the venue for ticket info
Friday Night Comedy: Bobby Mair, Eleanor Tiernan, James Loveridge
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
A comedian from Toronto who was voted 'Best Newcomer' at the Canadian Comedy Awards and has appeared in the UK on Russell Howard's Good News, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cats, The Hour, Sweat the Small Stuff and Virtually Famous.
He is also a 3rd cousin of Canadian pop-star Justin Bieber - although he claims that they have never met.
'Mair exudes a kind of effortless, awkwardness and brings to it something fresh and downright disturbing. A bright, dark future surely awaits' (The Stage)
'He's either going to be a huge international comedy star or the funniest homeless man ever' (Jimmy Carr).
Bobby Mair tour dates
Eleanor Tiernan abandoned her civil engineering training to become a stand-up in 2004 – and within her first year appeared on RTE’s The Liffey Laughs and BBC’s One Night Stand.
In 2007, she starred in the Edinburgh Fringe play Help!, and made her solo show debut the following year. She then played to more than 120,000 people as the support act for her cousin, Tommy Tiernan, on his Bovinity tour,
She also played the ditzy waitress, Emer, on RTE2’s youth-orientated chat show The Cafe.
'The fastest-rising comedy talent in the country' (Irish Times)
'Her laid back delivery and engaging stories are both interesting and unique' (Finhouse Comedy)
'Eleanor Tiernan is far and away the best comic actress I have seen on stage' (Hot
Eleanor Tiernan tour dates
Drawing on the most embarrassing recesses of his own life, James is a hilarious storyteller who captivates and entertains audiences with his cheeky yet charming personality.
'... he had the rest of us in stitches throughout a polished yet ever-evolving act,
with asides and quips just as strong his actual jokes' (The Skinny)
'James is an animated storyteller; an entertainer. His jokes and asides are self-deprecating and sharp, and delivered in such a manner that makes it difficult
not to laugh along' (http://www.edfringereview.com).
“Undoubtedly the best free show that I have seen at the Fringe.” (Broadway Baby).
James Loveridge tour dates