Red Imp previews Paul Foot & Susan Murray

Tuesday 16 July

Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar

works in progress for the Edinburgh Festival


20:30 – 22:30
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Bar53 Hoe St
Walthamstow
London E17 4SA
Paul Foot: Baby Strikes Back!

Paul, now a fully-disqualified swan psychologist, delves deeper to discover the origins of the gay sperms and once again unleashes his bag of Disturbances. Baby has a plan. Baby never lose. Baby bounce back!

‘Sublime, original and brilliant’ Independent
‘A deranged genius’ Sydney Morning Herald
‘A Sheer tour de farce’ EdFest Mag
'Utterly outlandish, but beneath layers of absurdity is Foot’s sharp eye for satire' Time Out

Paul is a BBC New Comedy Award and Daily Telegraph Open Mike winner, has been nominated twice for a Barry at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and was voted Best of The Fest and Best International Act at the 2013 Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals respectively . Recent TV and radio appearances include "Breaking The News", BBC Radio Scotland, "The Infinite Monkey Cage" (BBC Radio 4), “Never Mind The Buzzcocks” (BBC2), "Would I Lie To You" (BBC 1), "8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown" (Channel 4), "The Morning After" (NBC), "8 Out of 10 Cats" (Channel 4), "Set List" (Sky Atlantic), "Christmas Pub Quiz" (ABC Australia), "The Alternative Comedy Experience" (Comedy Central), "Spicks 'n Specks" (ABC Australia) "Melbourne Festival Gala" and "The Great Debate" (Channel 10 Australia),”Funny As Hell” (HBO Canada). In the USA Paul was a finalist on Series 6 of NBC's “Last Comic Standing”.

Susan Murray- How Not To Die In A Plane Crash
Fasten your seat belts for a darkly hilarious and deliciously bumpy ride. How Not to Die in a Plane Crash is the antidote to boring, life-affirming, feel-good motivational comedy. Come and listen to Susan's sweet dark soul as she makes you laugh and cry at the same time with her useful death defying survival tips, all wrapped up in fantastic jokes. Come and have a listen if you think you're brave enough. 'Anyone who loves the work of Sarah Millican and Kerry Godliman will find plenty to enjoy here' (Guardian).
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