three shows from total smashers in one lovely room
Siân Docksey / Harriet Kemsley / Adele Cliff
Sunday 15 July
£4 for ONE
£7 for TWO
£9 for THREE
19:00 - Siân Docksey: Interdependent Woman
20:15 - Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan
21:30 - Adele Cliff: Sheep
SIÂN DOCKSEY: INTERDEPENDENT WOMAN
Siân's mum is worried about her. So Siân has told her she's a successful stand-up comedian on a cruise ship. This is a show that aims to maintain that lie. A fresh stand-up show about neoliberalism and being at sea from an avocado-carrying member of the millennial snowflake brigade.
Featured in The Telegraph’s Funniest One-Liners of the Edinburgh Fringe 2017
**** “Fresh and thought-provoking” – Mumble Comedy
“Silly, nonsensical, political, feminist and weird.” - One4Review
"Very funny” – The F-Word
HARRIET KEMSLEY: SLUTTY JOAN
Multi award-winning comic Harriet Kemsley pulls her skirt out of her pants and shames slut shaming. In a Cornell University study women rated fictional female peer, Joan, as emotionally unstable and less competent because she was sexually promiscuous. If Joan wasn't fictional her name would be Harriet Kemsley and in this deeply personal show Harriet delves into her sexual history. Star of Bobby and Harriet Get Married, Comedy Central’s Roast Battle and Katherine Ryan Tour support. 'A quirky, refreshingly charming comedian at the dawn of her TV career' (Radio Times). 'Joyful’ **** (Scotsman). ‘Effervescent’ **** (EdFestMag.com).
ADELE CLIFF: SHEEP
Popular nerd Adele Cliff presents her gag-packed debut hour, all about individuality, searching for friends, following, fitting in and actual sheep. Dave's Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2016 and 2017. UK Pun Championships finalist 2018. Funny Women Awards Regional finalist 2018. Huffington Post's Ten Must See New Acts 2016. Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year finalist 2016. Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year finalist 2016. 'Consistently intelligent, witty and, most importantly, very funny' (FunnyWomen.com). 'I'm constantly kicking myself for not having thought of those gags' (Gary Delaney, Mock the Week).
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