Alice Marshall / Abigoliah Schamaun / Siblings

Sunday 29 July

The Albany


19:00 – 22:30
The Albany240
Great Portland S
London W1W 5QU
Three wonderful acts bring high-silliness hours to your face for a lovely Sunday eve. Cheap as triple-cooked chips.

19:00 - Alice Marshall: The Strike
20:15 - Abigoliah Schamaun: Do You Know Who I Think I Am?!
21:30 - Siblings: Acting Out

£4 for ONE
£7 any TWO
£9 all THREE

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ALICE MARSHALL: THE STRIKE

Winner of the 2017 Brighton Fringe Best Comedy Award, critically acclaimed character comedian Alice Marshall returns with a brand-new show. Join Maria, the world's angriest air stewardess, as she welcomes you on board a non-stop flight direct to the fifth dimension. Expect returning favourites and brand-new faces in this multimedia galavant to the other side... As featured on Comedy Central UK, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra. 'A master of character comedy' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'She's the one you'll be glad you saw before she got big. See this show' ***** (ShortCom.co.uk)

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ABIGOLIAH SCHAMAUN: DO YOU KNOW WHO I THINK I AM?!

She's a myriad of paradoxes. A hardcore yoga bunny with surprisingly squishy thighs. A boring heteronormative disguised as a luscious lady lover. She grew up in the conservative Midwest of America to become an unabashedly liberal London-based comic. Nothing is what it seems. Especially Abigoliah Schamaun. 'She could sit in silence and still receive a standing ovation' **** (TheWeeReview.co.uk). 'Confident and brilliantly funny with a knack for a turn of phrase that turns the simplest comment into a solid laugh' **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

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SIBLINGS: ACTING OUT

After a sell-out show at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, part-time character comedians and full-time sisters Maddy and Marina Bye are coming back for another bite of the cherry, this time with Gaulier-trained clowning (no pie), intensely serious acting (some pie) and a whole lot of deep-rooted familial issues (pie). Expect new characters, more drama, violently synchronised dance and a total abandonment of dignity. Material is suitable for anyone who has or has seen a sister. 'Definitely stars in the making' **** (VoiceMag.uk). 'Watch out for these gals' (Jennifer Saunders). 'Rising Stars of British Comedy 2018' (YOU Magazine).

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Lineup subject to change.