23rd March 2023 | 21:00
A hilarious night of comedy with special guests...
Alexandra Haddow is a London based comedian and writer and one of the circuit's most popular and exciting new acts. A regular at comedy clubs across London and around the country, she expertly walks the fine line between cheeky and outright smut. She has performed at Reading and Leeds festival, Victorious Festival, as tour support for Frankie Boyle, Eshaan Akbar, Steve Bugeja and Matt Richardson. In 2022 she appeared on Radio 4Xtra's Comedy Club with Arthur Smith, the Moon Under Water Podcast with John Robins and with Peter Crouch on the series Save Our Beautiful Game (Discovery+).
As a writer she has contributed to Have I Got News For You, Refinery29, Time Out and independent magazines and has been a columnist for NME. She also runs the cult hit club night, Indie Amnesty, which has held shows in London, Barcelona, Margate and Glasgow.
She will be performing her debut show, Not My Finest Hour, at Edinburgh Fringe 2023.
'One of the most exciting new acts on the circuit.' - Frankie Boyle
Sunil is a stand-up comedian and actor, who's appeared in This Time with Alan Partridge (BBC), Stath Lets Flats (Channel 4) and This Way Up (Channel 4). He made his standup debut on Jonathan Ross' Comedy Club (ITV) in 2020.
He currently has a BBC Radio 4 series in production titled 'An Idiots Guide to Cryptocurrency' and he is the host of Daves 'Backchat' series on Youtube. He can also be seen in Huge Davies upcoming series 'The Artist' on Channel 4 digital.
“Sunil Patel oozes funny like a jammy doughnut running down a diner’s chin. Sometimes looking at his expressionless facade, I wonder whether he even realises how funny he is” – Broadway Baby
Paddy started stand-up in Manchester before moving down to London. The Scarborough lad has brought 3 shows to Edinburgh fringe and is gigging at some of the best (and a few of the worst) clubs in the country. Screenwork includes Timewasters (ITV2), Random Acts (Channel 4) and Dive In & Do It (Sky).
"Distinctive one-liners, spontaneously witty moments and a cleverly scripted set. A strong debut must surely be imminent" - Steve Bennett, Chortle
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