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BEST OF SKETCH COMEDY 2017

Winners: “Ones to Watch”, Brighton Fringe.
Have your sick trough at the ready as the multi award winning comedy trio get set to destroy yet another much loved children’s classic - a version which is both disrespectful to the original text and poorly researched.

Sleeping Trees & the Chocolate Factory

Winners: “Ones to Watch”, Brighton Fringe. Have your sick trough at the ready as the multi award winning comedy trio get set to destroy yet another much loved children’s classic – a version which is both disrespectful to the original text and poorly researched.

+ Support: Moon
(Writers, BBC R4’s Now Show)

10 October 2017. Doors 8.00pm

Hurt and Anderson are on the edge. Can they make it through the performance without self-destructing? Come what may, this will be a laugh-out-loud hour of sketch and musical comedy.  Semi-Finalists: Amused Moose National New Comic Award 2017.

Hurt & Anderson

Hurt and Anderson are on the edge. Can they make it through the performance without self-destructing? Come what may, this will be a laugh-out-loud hour of sketch and musical comedy. Semi-Finalists: Amused Moose National New Comic Award 2017.

Finalists: Leicester Sq Theatre Sketch-Off

17 October 2017. Doors 8.00pm

After selling out at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, their hotly anticipated show is making its way to London. A cacophony of sketch, Gaulier-trained clowning, intensely serious Guildhall trained acting and a whole lot of synchronised dance.

Siblings

After selling out at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, their hotly anticipated show is making its way to London. A cacophony of sketch, Gaulier-trained clowning, intensely serious Guildhall trained acting and a whole lot of synchronised dance.

✭✭✭✭ A high energy, surreal hour of weird and wonderful sketches – Voice Mag

24 October 2017. Doors 8.00pm

Fresh from sell-out Brighton Fringe and Edinburgh runs, a mischievous new sketch comedy show from best friends who can’t stand each other – Jon Levene and Nathan Lang.

Action-packed sketch, crackling satire, outrageous impressions and hardcore physical comedy. 

Sketchfest Finalists 2016.

Jon & Nath

Fresh from sell-out Brighton Fringe and Edinburgh runs, a mischievous new sketch comedy show from best friends who can’t stand each other – Jon Levene and Nathan Lang. Action-packed sketch, crackling satire, outrageous impressions and hardcore physical comedy. Sketchfest Finalists 2016.

+ Support: Hilda & the Spectrum
(Edinburgh Best Show nominees 2017)

31 October 2017. Doors 8.00pm

Finalists – So You Think You’re Funny, Edinburgh 2017. Like The Dangerous Brothers, Vic and Bob, and We Are Klang before them, Loose Brie deal in the glorious art of high-concept, low-brow, organised chaos. They promise it will change your life.

Loose Brie

Finalists – So You Think You’re Funny, Edinburgh 2017. Like The Dangerous Brothers, Vic and Bob, and We Are Klang before them, Loose Brie deal in the glorious art of high-concept, low-brow, organised chaos. They promise it will change your life.

+ Support: Hilda & the Spectrum
(Edinburgh Best Show nominees 2017)

7 November 2017. Doors 8.00pm

Winners – Best New Act, London Sketch Fest 2016. Imaginative, imbalanced and imbecilic sketch duo Dirty White Boys are proud to present a brand- new show for 2017! The boys bring their trademark fast-paced idiocy to a whole new selection box of skits. From Shakespeare to the Mafia via wizards and improper uses of a baguette, there’s no telling what you’ll see next. There’s only one thing you can be sure of: it will be stupid.

Dirty White Boys

Winners – Best New Act, London Sketch Fest 2016. Imaginative, imbalanced and imbecilic sketch duo Dirty White Boys are proud to present a brand- new show for 2017! The boys bring their trademark fast-paced idiocy to a whole new selection box of skits. From Shakespeare to the Mafia via wizards and improper uses of a baguette, there’s no telling what you’ll see next. There’s only one thing you can be sure of: it will be stupid.

+ Support: Up the Antics

14 November 2017. Doors 8.00pm