Hannah Platt and Zoë Tomalin: Good Girls (WIP)

Sunday 11 November

The Albany

A stand-up show about the wrong kind of woman

16:00 – 17:00
The Albany240
Great Portland S
London W1W 5QU
Hannah Platt has a frank and acerbic approach to stand up, never shying away from sensitive topics. Josie Long has said she is ‘dark, damaged and hilarious’, and The Skinny have called her ‘the voice of a new generation.'

Zoë Tomalin has spent her whole life being called kooky despite being an insufferable nihilist. She's decided that kooky is a slur and she will no longer stay quiet and quirky about it. Zoë has written for BBC Radio 4Extra's Newsjack & Succubus Magazine, and is half of surreal double-act Siân & Zoë (★★★★ 'a great piece of alternative comedy' – The Skinny; 'unalloyed joy, full of impish verve... compelling work' - Chortle).
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