They’ve premiered these shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.
They’ve shown them off in London.
And now, they’re on tour; bringing the culmination of their time and talent to a venue right by you!
Olga Koch: Fight
In 2014, Olga Koch’s father got stopped by authorities on the Russian border, which resulted in the most surreal year of her family’s life. In her debut show, the Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee 2018 will try to dissect this real-life spy drama with nothing but a projector and a ‘unique voiced surely destined for stardom’ (British Comedy Guide). As heard on The Now Show and seen on BBC3.
"A very confident debut... an assured and endearing hour of stand up storytelling"
★★★★ The Telegraph
Justin Moorhouse: Northern Joker
The self-confessed shameless northern joker is back. Life's tough; his kids don't need him, the dog is getting old and he's retreated back to his youth by hiding under the covers and... getting his comics out. Expect tales of naivety, fish platters, mums break-dancing outside Lidl and his theory of what is the gateway to the netherworld.
Contains joy, puffins, bad decisions, effluent pipes and geriatric dressing up.
'Charms the pants off the crowd' The Sunday Times
Paul Sinha: The Two Ages of Man
Paul’s life is still in disarray. Having spent two decades juggling disparate careers, loneliness, heartbreak, a multitude of vices and an overwhelming urge to show off his general knowledge, he finds that just as one problem disappears, another suddenly emerges.
Paul is 48 and is pondering the unthinkable. Is he past it? Was Shakespeare wrong? Are there only Two Ages of Man?
‘Comedy gold’ ★★★★ The Scotsman
Carl Hutchinson: I Know I Shouldn’t Behave Like This
As seen on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central and The Chris Ramsey Show & following a sold-out 2017 tour, Geordie comedian Carl Hutchinson is back with a brand new show.
From buying a house to having kids, Carl takes his unique adolescent approach to grown up issues. Join Hutchinson for his stories and observations that’ve had crowds laugh their heads off year after year.
Eleanor Conway: Walk of Shame 2
Fresh from the success of a 100 date, 10 country tour, Conway’s back with a sequel which is quite literally on fire.…. Eleanor’s still sober and dealing with reality. Badly. What happens when you wake up out of your last blackout and realise the party is over? Eleanor Conway’s living life in real time now and reality is harsh when you don’t have something to take the ‘edge’ off. This award nominee returns with her hotly anticipated sequel about what happens when you stop chasing the ‘perfect’ version of you and realise she’s been there all along.
Expect more raw, brash, charismatic honesty from this award winner.
Sean McLoughlin: Hail Mary
Fresh from opening for Ricky Gervais and Bill Burr on tour, Sean McLoughlin brings you his acclaimed, smash hit show, Hail Mary. The human race is at a crossroads: on one path lies the future, with its twitchy technology and mega-corporations who know us better than we know ourselves; on the other lies the past and all the conflict and mystery that entails. In the middle stands Sean, the unlikely everyman, trying to plot a course for both himself and mankind.
’His intellectual and comedic brilliance has everyone rapt’ - ★★★★1/2 Chortle
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