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As the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy circuit, Britain’s Got Talent 2018 helped to highlight Robert’s distinctive comedy genius. Known for his brilliant timing and anarchic performance style, Robert’s chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery saw him win the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. A regular at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2010, his shows regularly impress critics and audiences alike, winning the hearts of the British public. His hilarious routines have also received over 6 million views on YouTube winning him legions of fans across the UK and beyond. 'Robert White, probably – no definitely – the only asperger, dyslexic, cross lateral, gay, quarter-Welsh, webbed toed comedian on the circuit' (The Guardian).
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Born on a snowy Monday in the (very) early 80's, Susie McCabe has spent many years smoking fags, playing xbox and having enthusiastic banter with people from all walks of life. Raised on combination of Glasgow Football and being terrified by Crimewatch UK, Susie amalgamates a variety of stories to bring the freshest new live comedy show to a venue near you.
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'Thomas Ward is a stand-up comedian. Increasingly on the radar of promoters and punters alike for his unique style, you will find him in London and the British beyond taking you sideways, on his search for meaning, through the familiar worlds of carpet adverts, supermarkets, impersonations and tales of teenage love' (Comedy CV). 'Fine writing, evoking silly images and ideas, combines with a distinctive look to make him memorable" (Steve Bennett, Chortle). 'Inventive stand-up Thomas Ward; a spaced-out, sometimes poetic comic with a terrifying fringe, and a very funny take on the world' (The Stage). 'Intriguing... with an air and a style that was partly conventional but partly bizarre, as if the world had been ever-so-slightly knocked off its axis' (Bruce Dessau).
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After 25 years of semi retirements, playing nursing homes, Sol Bernstein is back where he belongs: in smoky nightclubs performing to drunks. The foul mouthed Jewish pensioner is at the top of his game! 'One part Alf Garnett, two parts Mel Brooks and three parts like nothing you've ever heard' (The Guardian) 'An instantly winning creation' (Evening Standard).
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The Glee Club Nottingham
- British Waterways Building
- Castle Wharf, Canal Street
- NG1 7EH