Hysterical Women #9

Wednesday 18 April

The Bill Murray

Brilliant comedians, who happen to be women.

20:00 – 22:15
The Bill Murray39 Queen's Head St,
London N1 8NQ
Is it April already?

(we're actually writing this in February but we hope the weather's nicer and you've all been watching Springwatch with Kate Humble.)

Another month and some more absolutely mega comedians for you... We're going for a bit of an improv slant this month, try it, you'll love it. Betcha.

One of our HW favourites, we're delighted to have Mae back with us. Edinburgh Best Show Nominee.
“Infectious laughs…deftly delivered” ★★★★ EVENING STANDARD
"Mae Martin has a bright future in comedy and proves labels mean nothing when somebody is universally funny” ★★★★★ - THE DAILY MIRROR
“This feels like a comedic coming of age for Martin… she has mass appeal, is interesting, hugely likeable, and is above all else is very funny” ★★★★★.5 CHORTLE
“Martin’s gentle charm makes it all highly watchable, while her wider thoughtfulness nudges ‘Us’ into something rather important, too” ★★★★THE TIMES

"Native Hullensian Amy Gledhill has collated the kind of awards portfolio that would shame a seasoned pro."
- The Skinny.
"Brimming with natural warmth and charm, Gledhill's stand up is a unique blend of confessional stories, intelligent observations and ridiculous, off-beat daftness. She 'commands the stage with her playful energy and is as unpretentious as a sock in a puddle.
-Funny Women

"One to watch... very unique" Broadway Baby
"Strong material" Female Arts
"Top oddball stand up" Laugh Out London

'Everything an Edinburgh Fringe show should be; brave, silly, a little bit unhinged and very, very funny.’
★★★★★ Funny Women
'An arresting spectacle.'
★★★★ The Scotsman
‘An exhilarating show…… Some Like it Thea-Skot and we all certainly do.’
★★★★ The List
‘Devious and gleefully naughty characters.’
★★★★ The Skinny
‘Fun, loud and slightly bonkers.'
★★★★ Arts Award
‘A feelgood hit.’
★★★★ Chortle


“This is What Real Improv Looks Like ★★★★” - Fest Magazine
★★★★' - Three Weeks
'A total uproar
★★★★' - Fringebiscuit
'Wild, witty and wickedly funny
★★★★' - Edinburgh49.org
“A superb masterclass in the art of improvisational comedy “★★★★★” - London Theatre1 “Had Me In Stitches” - Theatre Performance Magazine “Hugely talented supergroup... expect high-quality made-up-on-the-spot funnies” - TimeOut “London’s Newest Craze” - Vice
Broadly “Take a risk and you might end up with a phenomenal evening ★★★★ ” - Broadway Baby “[The FA are] starting something of a revolution” - Female First “They are all truly masters of improvisation.” - A Younger Theatre
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