Thu 31st Jan at 7:00pm
The Timeout Showcase Trial
@ Dirty Dicks, London
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The Timeout Showcase Trial: Frank Cassidy, Barry Ferns, Bob Slayer, Phil Kay, Paul Martin, Henry von Stifle
Alexi from Timeout has agreed to face trial but he does not yet know what he is being charged with.
Two of his pals, Ed Johnson and Harry McIntyre have also been found guilty of something, so they too will face trial.
The audience will consist mainly of friends, family, lovers of the three on Trial. But there are tickets made available to the general public and friends of the ThisIsYourLaugh team.
Image © Bob Slayer
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Barry Ferns has been writing and performing comedy since he was 17 years old. He won the Glastonbury Festival Comedy competition and reached the semi final of So You Think You're funny.
He was described by Bristol's Venue Magazine as 'sickeningly talented' and by Matt Lucas as 'one of the best new acts I have ever seen'.
'Surreal genius' (Metro)
'I laughed so hard"... So funny someone should call a paramedic' (The Guardian).
Barry Ferns tour dates
Bob Slayer is a tour manager turned award winning comic, who has twice been nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality - winning it in 2011.
'His brand of insane merriment perfectly encapsulates the Edinburgh mood' - The Spectator.
'Good natured bad behaviour from a very funny man, the ultimate Off-Off-Fringe performer, guaranteed to give you a memorable disaster to add to your Fringe memorabilia' - Copstick, The Scotsman.
Bob Slayer tour dates
Scotland's madcap king of stand-up comedy has been performing since 1989. He has garnered a pile of awards, nominations and TV appearances but it is his stage shows that see him at his best.
His childlike take on the world is blended with sacks of energy, spoonfuls of improvisation and jumps of the imagination. The results are hilarious, crazy shows where even Phil doesn't know what's going to happen next!
"A must see experience" The Guardian.
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