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Tue 16th Apr at 7:30pm - 11:00pm
Turn Off Your Television
@ The Plough and Harrow, London
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Turn Off Your Television : Italy (Sidefields), Nathalie Kerrio, Masud Milas, Mandy Dassa, Jon Fazal, Amy Howerska, Rosie Martin, Omer Adulam, Spinmaster Plantpot, Andy Onions, Jim Daly
The best music and comedy every first and third Tuesday.
Turn Off Your Television invites you to leave the dull confines of your living room and do something infinitely more entertaining instead! Compered by Andy Quirk, a collection of the finest stand-up comedy talent performs alongside hand picked musical acts ranging from urban vocalists to traditional acoustic soloists and duos. With 16 acts in every show (12 comedy / 4 music) there's no time to be bored! All performers are pre-booked with stars of the future invited to apply in advance.
Comedy from Spinmaster Plantpot, Madge Hooks, Ian Miller, Carmen Ali, Josiah Norris, Oh Standfast and Omar Hamdi.
Music from View From Here, The Locksmiths and Emily Capell.
Raised in Wales by a Polish, Irish, Catholic Jewish family, Amy's unique comedy styling's have seen her crowned one of the co-hosts of the legendary late night Edinburgh Fringe show Spank!, which she has also covered as a presenter of Dead Parrot's online coverage of the festival.
She has written for, and appeared as a panellist on, What's The Story? for BBC Radio Wales and her TV credits include The 50 Funniest Moments of 2012 (Channel 4), Richard Hammond's Secret Service (BBC1) and Doctors (BBC1).
'Amy Howerska’s tales of life in London and New York are sharply-observed and her comic timing is wickedly accurate' (Venue Magazine)
'Charming Welsh live wire' (London Is funny)
'Superb set, gnarly, gutsy, like ski jumping in the nude' (Phil Kay).
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Off the wall shouted word. A Frankenstein experiment with the car crash remains of Alexei Sayle, Viv from the Young Ones and Mr Angry of Essex.
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Venue: The Plough and Harrow
419 Leytonstone High Road
E11 4JU 51.558128, 0.006461
Enquiries: 0208 558 2660
→ Leytonstone High Road 7 min walk
→ Leyton 10 min walk