Louise Bastock & Miztli Rose

Monday 3 February

2Northdown


21:00 – 22:00
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
Join comedians Louise Bastock (‘Dark/edgy’, The Stand) and Miztli Rose (Max Turner Prize semi-finalist) as they try out some new jokes for their upcoming shows. Miztli is an actor-comedian hailing from Brighton via Mexico. Her first solo hour ‘Mexican Wave’ will be an exploration of heritage and identity. Louise hails from a tiny village you’ve never heard of and is working on her 45-minute show ‘The Champ’, a coming-of-age story where The Catcher in the Rye meets swimming galas and reality TV.

Miztli Rose is an actor-comedian hailing from Brighton via Mexico. After studying acting at RADA, she found herself loving the world of comedy, and she hasn't looked back since. She is now writing her first solo hour, Mexican Wave, an exploration of heritage and identity. Credits include: The Great Divide (Finborough Theatre), Macbeth (Icarus), Blindboy Undestroys The World (BBC3), Crown For Christmas (Hallmark Channel). She is one half of LADYLIKES sketch duo whose debut sketch show recently transferred to The Soho Theatre.

Delivering unexpected darkness in a sweet package, Louise Bastock is one-to-watch on the UK comedy circuit. In 2019, Louise was a finalist in both the Hastings Fringe Newcomer Comedy Award and Brian Gittins’ Honk Show as well as a finalist in the Max Turner Prize competition in 2018. Louise is currently working towards her 2020 45-minute show ‘The Champ’ – a coming-of-age story where Catcher in the Rye meets swimming galas and reality TV. ‘Confident, articulate and utterly shameless’ (Oxford Daily Info). ‘Dark/edgy’ (The Stand).

Doors 8:30pm. Show Starts 9pm. Latecomers may not be admitted. 18+. Tickets cost more on the door