Kelly Convey / Fin Taylor / Paul Williams

Thursday 26 July

The Albany

19:00 – 22:30
The Albany240
Great Portland S
London W1W 5QU
Three ascendant acts bring almost-perfect hours to your eyes and ears for barely any money at all. Yes. Please.

19:00 - Kelly Convey: Dependent Woman
20:15 - Fin Taylor: When Harassy Met Sally
21:30 - Paul Williams: Santa Fe

£4 for ONE
£7 any TWO
£9 all THREE



After being an "indepedent woman" for far too long, Kelly Convey has had enough and just wants a man to look after and do all the heavy lifting. Dependent Woman, is an honest insight into a modern woman who wants nothing more than the tradtional man - Making sandwiches and ironing can't be that bad, can it? “One of the most rapidly-rising new comics on the circuit” – British Comedy Guide. “1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out For in 2017” – Metro. “Kelly Convey is in-your-face and reassuringly confident… She’s a sassy, convivial figure… Plus she knows how to turn a phrase…” – Marissa Burgess, Chortle



'The most relevant comedian in Edinburgh' ( is back! His finger's still on the pulse, except now he doesn't know whether that's flirting or harassment. This is the third year in a row Fin has picked a stupid title after five-star sell-outs Whitey McWhiteface and Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey. With race and politics done, he's getting stuck into the war of the sexes. As seen on Comedy Central. 'Exceptionally thought-provoking and properly hilarious' (Skinny). 'Phenomenal... on top of both his game and the zeitgeist' ( 'Achingly funny' (List). ***** (Scotsman). **** (Independent).



Best Newcomer nominee, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2018. Cast your mind to a magical place called Santa Fe. Now snap out of it because that's the show's setting and you haven't bought a ticket yet so stop getting free enjoyment. Last year I lost a major comedy award in New Zealand. This year, I'm getting back up on the horse and setting off on the adventure of a lifetime. 'Responsible for one of the greatest songs ever' (David O'Doherty). ‘Beautiful and endlessly endearing' ( ‘Paul is my favourite New Zealand artist' (Lorde). ‘Enviably talented' (Nish Kumar).


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