Red Imp presents Tiffany Stevenson & Sam Gore

Wednesday 12 July

Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar


20:30 – 22:30
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar53 Hoe St
Walthamstow
London E17 4SA
Tiffany Stevenson - Bombshell
Oscillating wildly between Sylvia Plath & Beyonce or like Belva Lockwood fused with your drunken aunt. These are just two descriptions of Tiff Stevenson. She would describe herself as very funny and a right old smarty pants. She would also describe herself as modest. Come to the bunker because it's time for some BOMBSHELLS
Sunday Herald said "This is a heartfelt, hilarious, provocative, important hour of stand-up from one of the best in the business.” *****
You may recognise Tiff Stevenson from shows like People Just Do Nothing or Mock the Week or perhaps from your dreams? (Lucky you) Tiff is an award winning stand up comedian/actress/writer/your new best friend.

TV credits include: series regular in the BAFTA nominated, RTS winning People Just Do Nothing, UK correspondent for ABC television hit show The Weekly. Stand up appearances include: Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, Show Me the Funny and John Bishop’s Only Joking. Panel shows such as Mock the Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and As Yet Untitled.

Other acting credits include the forthcoming Game Face & White Gold as well as The Office, Talk Radio, Chambers, Hand It Back, Dale Court, Footballers Wives TV and Love Matters.

Her 2015 Edinburgh Fringe show Mad Man received a slew of 4 and 5 star reviews, making it officially one of the top 25 best reviewed shows that year. Mad Man went on to tour nationally and was followed up with the, even more political, critically acclaimed Seven in 2016.

SAM GORE- I SEE YOU

I See You started life on Facebook as a series of satirical horror stories about celebrities and public figures. Now, with over 45,000 fans, the beast has taken on a life of its own; watch it rise from the bowels of the web in this gruesome comedy spectacular from the twisted mind of multi award-winning comedian Sam Gore. ‘The jokes are as cruel as they are funny, ie, very’ (Chortle.co.uk). ‘As always, I appreciate thoughtful critiques’ (Michael Gove).
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