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Stories: Liam Williams, Jesse Armstrong, Tim Clare, Adrian Crowley, Jessie Cave
Liam Williams introduces an evening of stories.
A new night of live literature, storytelling, and miscellaneous spoken-word featuring a selection of the country's most highly regarded young poets, writers, thinkers, and speakers.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Amused Moose finalist 2010, stand-up, actor, writer and one third of comedy group Sheeps, Liam is one of the most talented new comics working today.
'... the most exciting act from this year's Edinburgh Fringe' (The Guardian)
'A beautifully crafted, downbeat narrative... Every elegiac word has been polished until it sings' (Metro)
'We predicted this debut was going to be a cracker, and it feels good to be proved
right' (Time Out)
'Such mastery of language and economy of wit' (The Scotsman)
'An exceptional talent with language' (Chortle)
'Who knew that melancholy could be so enjoyable?... an assured piece of work
that demonstrates an impressive command of tone' (Fest)
'Liam Williams's exceptional new show, delivered with marvellous moroseness, also fizzes with wit, intelligence and eloquence' (The Daily Telegraph)
'Intelligent and inventive' (The List)
'The voice of a generation’ (The Independent).
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BAFTA Award-winning co-writer of Peep Show, Four Lions and The Thick Of It.
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Tim Clare is a writer, stand-up poet and musician, who performs all over the UK. He has written for the Guardian and the Times, presented the Channel 4 series 'How to Get a Book Deal', and has appeared on Radios 1 and 2.
He is a regular performer at many festivals including Glastonbury, Leeds and Reading, and Latitude.
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A melancholic Irish songwriter. The magazine Hot Press said of him 'this music is consumately, overwhelmingly and blindingly gorgeous' and rated his album 'A Northern Country' one of the best of 2004. Rough Trade called it 'a stunning wintery wonder', whilst The New Yorker said 'Crowley transcends the limitations of his chosen genre'. Adrian lives up to such praise every time he does a show, and he has captivated audiences across Europe and the East Coast of the USA. '...quite simply perfect'- Losing Today.
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