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The purple cow is back at the Southbank with a bellyful of scintillating circus, side-splitting comedy and fantastic family entertainment for you this summer, along with one of London’s biggest outdoor bars.
The star-studded comedy party night returns to Southbank Centre. Fresh from sell-out, packed-to-the-rafters shows in London and Edinburgh, Spank! returns to Udderbelly Festival with sketch, character, musical and stand-up comedy and, of course, occasional nudity.
Over 18s only.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Effortlessly confident, James's appreciation for the whimsy and detail of everyday life are a breath of fresh air. His laid back style, playful wit and appetite for the unconventional make for an evening of mirth and hilarity, and a night in his company is a treat to behold. Since winning Laughing Boy New Act of the Year, James has gone from strength to strength appearing on Dave's One Night Stand, Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three), Mock The Week (BBC Two) and releasing his own three part Netflix special in 2018. 'Curious, original, immensely enjoyable stuff' (The Daily Telegraph) 'Deliciously daft and no slouch in the surprises department... One of comedy’s most original voices' (Evening Standard) 'Reminiscent of Stewart Lee or Richard Herring but suffused with enough of his own personality to sound crisp and fresh' (The Independent) 'Stand-up of the highest most playful order' (The Guardian). James Acaster was placed in Ents24's top 10 hardest-working comedians 2016.
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Irish born, London residing, Aisling's name is pronounced Ash-ling Bee. She was named Irish Tatler's Entertainment Woman of the Year 2013 and winner of So You Think You're Funny 2013, the first woman to do so in 20 years, and only the second woman to do so in the competition's 25 year history. Expect hilarious hip-hop moves and wonderfully silly stories.
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Late Night Gimp Fight
2010 Foster's Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee and Chortle Awards 2011 Best Sketch Act Winners. 'Sketch comedy doesn't get much better than this' (The Scotsman) 'It would be amazing if they don't end up on telly. Bright stars indeed' (The Guardian) 'Quite brilliant' (The Times) 'One of the best hours of comedy you’re likely to witness... A gloriously funny spunkstorm of bad taste' (Chortle).
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Ukulele and piano playing musical comedienne who became a YouTube sensation thanks to her song dedicated to Phillip Schofield. 'Super funny new girl on the block' (The Sun) 'The audience were almost crying with laughter' (The Guardian) 'Musical comedy genius' (Absolute Radio) 'Hilarious and brilliant' (Heat).
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Underbelly Festival Southbank
- Belvedere Road
- Southbank Centre
- SE1 8XX