More info coming soon...
Archaeologist digs hip hop.
After four sell-out runs with Fringe favourites Racing Minds (Aaaand Now For Something Completely Improvised), 1 million+ views on YouTube and sold out tours to Australia and India, BBC New Comedy Award finalist Chris presents his debut solo show.
Sniggers with attitude, straight outta Oxon (BA Hons 2:1, Archaeology and Anthropology).
&ldquoBeautifully crafted one-liners, witty wordplay” - BBC
“Such an exemplary writer of quotable gags” - Chortle
“The king of funny one-liners” - Time Out Mumbai
Following his hit 2013 debut Edinburgh Fringe Festival show, ‘Football Manager Ruined My Life’, Tony Jameson returns with a brand new hour of stand up.
Commitment, conflict and confrontation are just a few things Tony has tried to avoid his whole life. Now, aged 34, it’s time for him to face up to all of them.
The rules of engagement have been deployed. The clock is ticking. Will Tony succeed in overcoming his fears? Or will the rules of engagement claim yet another victim?
“Wonderful life affirming stuff…” - The Skinny
“Painfully funny...” - The List
99 problems in under an hour and the way to solve them!
Every day we are troubled by little problems that make the day just seem impassable.
However let Steffen Peddie, a man who has multiple problems every day show you the way to either:
A) Leave them all behind you
B) Get revenge
C) Sort them out
Which ever will bring some laughs along the way.
Bring a problem and possibly leave with a solution, or at least with a smile on your face.
Guaranteed laughter, Free entry with a voluntary contribution so “IF ITS NOT FUNNY, YOU PAY NO MONEY.”
“He holds the audience's attention throughout and leaves the stage with me wanting more” - BBC
“The Big Man of Northern Comedy” - Newcastle Journal
“His forays into audience participation are good natured and demonstrate a sharp improvisational mind” - The Skinny
In August 2013 Andy Fury decided he'd spend a season with his best friend Mark, watching the FA Cup on a giant game of winner stays on.
They watched the Extra Preliminary Qualifying Round game between Tow Law Town and West Auckland, and planned to go all the way to Wembley for the final.
By March 2014 they were threatening to sue each other having endured countless arguments and a 500 mile round trip for a game against Crawley that was abandoned with 15 minutes left.
Find out whether they made it to Wembley or the courts in this heart-warming tale of friendship, football and pointless drives to Crawley.
“An absolute genius of a comedian” - BBC
“A very funny man with a big future ahead of him” - Corby Radio
“Charming, original, genuinely funny and a show with true heart” - FD2D2.com
Entry to these shows is free and is not ticketed - just turn up on the day of the show!
Doors open at 12:30pm with the shows starting at 1pm.