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Weirdos Comedy Club - Comedy In The year 2038!: Pat Cahill, Martin Soan, Lindsay Sharman, Ali Brice, Apolocalypso, Matthew Highton, Tim Renkow, Ben Harris
Sick with the comedy of 2013, promoter and host Adam Larter creates a time machine and transports the whole night forward in time to 2038 where he is greeted by a typical night of comedy in the future... featuring the best acts 2038 has to offer!
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Winner of the amused Moose New Act of the Year 2011.
'Combining off-beat jokes with songs about dying pets and choice fatigue, Cahill’s unpretentiously surreal and absurd outlook has seen him win numerous awards and secured him firmly in the one to watch category' (PBJ)
'This quirky performer has true star quality and bags of originality, mixing physical humour, gimmicks, wordplay and comedy songs. Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close’ (Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard)
'... Wonderfully weird’ (The Guardian).
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Live visual comedy from this surreal comic - expect surprizes, props and loads of gigs from this experienced headliners.
'Tommy Cooper on acid' (The Face).
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Funny Women finalist Lindsey Sharman has been performing on the stand up comedy circuit since 2009 at venues such as Komedia's Krater Klub, The Comedy Store, Banana Cabaret and Mirth Control.
As well as performing as Madame Magenta on the London cabaret and comedy circuits, Lindsay comperes Pull The Other One and performs as The Poet.
'Utterly delightful and funny. Very funny' (The List)
'Rubber-faced... funny boned' (Bruce Dessau, Eveni ng Standard)
'Super sharp' (Time Out).
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Semi-finalist Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year, 2nd Max Turner Prize Comedy Competition & fresh from the BBC New Comedy Award. Ali mixes sweet, silly and off-kilter views on pharmacy, pillows and, among other things, wasps with bizarre little stories and delightfully quirky props.
'... joyously bonkers' (Chortle)
'... a twinkle-eyed... comedy natural' (ShortCom)
'Brice was completely bizarre: deadpan, yet totally off-the-wall; his act was a real highlight' (Three Weeks).
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'Inspired, ridiculous, interconnected comedy gloriousness' (ThreeWeeks)
'Highton is a star on the rise' (FringeGuru.com)
'An engaging storyteller with a head for witty fantasy' (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
'Wonderful surrealism' (The Guardian)
'Warm, intelligent and beautifully written' (The List)
Disorienting, bizarre and rather brilliant.” **** Broadway Baby
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'Ben Harris is a writer on BBC's Shooting Stars and Have I Got News For You. He says that you don't want to die without seeing him at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. You probably don't want to die at all but, there's not much that can be done about that' (Broadway Baby)
'Harris has a magnetic energy that draws you into his weird world' (Steve Bennett, Chortle).
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