July 26th 2012
Celia Pacquola & The Ginge, The Geordie & The Geek

Inside Out

Tickets £8 / £10

Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm


This event will feature two full length shows, previewed at the Darlington Comedy Festival before they debut at the Edinburgh Festival.


Ginge, Geordie & Geek

The Ginge, the Geordie & the Geek

After selling 7,000 tickets at last year's Edinburgh Festival and fresh from filming their new BBC television pilot, the boys returns to Darlington to bring you a brand new hour of truly uplifting silliness, surrealism and 80’s anthems.

In Edinburgh they'll be performing the show twice daily at 4.45pm and then again at 7.45pm, but get in first to see this special preview in Darlington - don't miss the biggest selling sketch show at the fringe. So if you like your comedy served extremely funny, order a portion of Ginge, Geordie Geek!


“Brilliant, really brilliant!” - Catherine Tate

“The funniest reminder that Oxbridge has no monopoly on genius mucking about. All hail the new chiefs!” - Johnny Vegas

“Fantastic. They’re the must see sketch show!” - James McAvoy

“Prepare to have your laughter stamina tested… comic geniuses” - Three Weeks


Celia Pacquola

Celia Pacquola - Delayed

The smallest thing can change a life. In 2010, award-winning Aussie comic Celia Pacquola moved to London and learned the word 'bellend'. This and other stories form the basis of her third Edinburgh Festival show, Delayed.

As seen on Russell Howard's Good News, Show & Tell with Chris Addison, and The Rob Brydon Show, Celia is also a familiar voice on BBC radio as well as having appeared on TV shows in the US and her native Australia. Celia's previous shows have been complete sell-outs at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, whilst her last UK show transferred to London's Soho Theatre following the Edinburgh festival run.


“Celia Pacquola is Adam Hills with ovaries, using her magnetic charisma to draw audiences in to a warmly uplifting show that’s as inspiring as it is hilarious. I'd defy anyone not to leave… just a little more in love with life – and with her – than before” - Chortle

“One of the more uplifting, delightfully funny hours at the festival” - The Scotsman

“Just about perfect... inspiring and affectionate” - The Age

Tickets for this show can be bought online now from the Darlington Comedy Festival Box Office - click here for more details.

Tickets for this show are £8 each in advance or £10 on the door, with doors opening at 7:30pm and the show starting at 8pm.