Will Hall is a stand-up comedian as seen on BBC Three and Channel 4. He’s been a finalist in the Max Turner Prize 2019, the Met New Act of the Year Award 2019 and the Bath Comedy Festival Competition 2019. He’s been described by critics as “electrically witty” (Broadway Baby) with a “natural persona on stage” (The List).
One-woman character comedy from former Cambridge Footlight Louisa Keight. The "stitch-inducingly funny" (Varsity) Keight presents her bizarre fictional creations through the surreal, sensitive frames of storytelling and stand-up spliced with mockumentary-style video sketches. In this tragicomic romp through the mind of a big-balled youngster in an even bigger city, Keight ponders the role of the unpaid artist in a capitalist society, and her own sexy, sexy mortality. A bit of drag, a bit of clowning; altogether a pacy cabaret of characters which, much like Louisa, are clever, unconventional, and look good in a clown costume. "An exciting and invigorating form" (EdFringe Review) that "sets the bar high" (The Tab).