WONDERS IN PROGRESS
Janine Harouni! Nathan Roberts! Dylan Dodds
Monday 11 February
Three works in progress from three absolute wonders. Get it?! If you don't, please don't come. Or do, but up your game. It's all free too, and you can pay what you want at the end of each show. Come for one, come for three, come for two, it's your life pal
18:45 - Stand Up with Janine Harouni (Please Remain Seated)
20:00 - Nathan Roberts: Saboteur
21:15 - Dylan Dodds and Friends (Friends not Included)
Stand Up with Janine Harouni (Please Remain Seated)
Seen/heard on BBC 3, Comedy Central, Comic Relief, and BBC Radio 4
Winner: Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2018
‘The 2018 Laughing Horse title is in a safe, and funny, pair of hands.’ - Steve Bennett, Chortle
'Positively brimming with confidence, chemistry and flair' - ★★★★ Evening Standard
'Capable of huge acts of slapstick and subtle impressions in equal measure' - ★★★★ Skinny
Nathan Roberts: Saboteur
Nathan Roberts (BBC Felix Dexter Bursary Winner and New Radio Comedy Award nominee) is obsessed with movies and has always used them to make sense of a nonsensical world. With his much anticipated debut hour Nathan tells a hilarious love story gone wrong in the style of a rom-com that reveals the dangers that come with buying into the lies the movies sell us.
Dylan Dodds and Friends (Friends not Included)
Dylan Dodds and Friends (Friends Not included)'
One man's quest to watch all of the sitcom Friends™ over ten years.
More than three years ago, Comedian Dylan Dodds asked himself a question. Could he BE any more ridiculous? The answer, it turns out, is yes. After realising he was the same age as the characters in Friends™, he wondered how things had changed for YOUNG ADULTS™ since the 90s. How his own life compared to the Friends™. And whether the show was still even any good? And so, he set about the only sensible way to answer these questions: He started watching an episode every two weeks, and blogging about how his life compared to the Friends™. Now, in his debut solo stand-up show, he presents his findings from the first three years. It's a show about friendship, Friends™ and millennial narcissism. When it hasn't been your day, your week, your month, or even your year... What do you do? Blog about it. Of course."
Tickets no longer available