Objectively Funny Festival: Day 2

Friday 21 September

The Albany

19:30 – 22:30
The Albany240 Great Portland St
London W1W 5QU
19:30 - Tom Neenan: It's Always Infinity

Five stars (ThreeWeeks). Four stars (Telegraph). Tom’s girlfriend has vanished, so he has done what any right-minded man would do and turned his search for her into an "important" piece of multi-character multimedia theatre. In reality, It’s Always Infinity is a narrative-driven character comedy show about toxic masculinity and the questionable role of the male creator, presented by a version of Tom who sees himself as 'one of the good guys' but is anything but. It combines projection, storytelling and character comedy to tell a story where Tom reveals what an awful person he is.

21:00 - Sleeping Trees: World Tour

Sleeping Trees have been travelling around the world! They've been scuba-diving at the Great Barrier Reef, trekking the ancient Inca trails of Peru and gone dogging in Blackpool. But what starts as an innocent journey of discovery soon leads to an intricate series of events, culminating in the secret mission to end all missions. A story of love, revenge and friendship, and by friendship, we mean revenge. 'Love child of Monty Python and The League of Gentlemen' (Time Out). 'Phenomenal performers, brimming with verve and fizzing with invention' (Chortle.co.uk). Winners: Merv's Spirit of the Fringe 2017.

22:30 - Moon

Moon is a comedy double-act by Jack Chisnall and Joshua Dolphin, two proud sons of England’s provincial backwaters. They’ll be hawking up their brand of dark, unexpected, and immersive sketches at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe for the first time. Armed with some nifty soundtrack trickery and plenty of acting chops, they’ve weaved together this eye-catching debut hour. Leicester Square Sketch-Off finalists 2018. Writers for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. 'Excellent writing… ridiculous and amusing' (Chortle.co.uk). 'I could only dream of writing and performing something of this quality' **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

Lineup subject to change.
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