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Sunday 16TH JUNE
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ELECTRIC PALACE

2:45pm Juliette Burton: Hopepunk? (Work in Progress)

In a world where everything often seems miserable, it's an act of rebellion to be hopeful. Need a dose of resolute optimism? We’re about to celebrate kickass acts of kindness and the punk-rocking power of positivity from award-winning comedian and mental health activist Juliette Burton as she explores trauma and how to recover. Ed Fringe sell-out shows (2015, 16, 17, 18 & 23). As seen on BBC One and ITV. ★★★★★ Daily Mirror ★★★★★ EdFestMag ★★★★★ Voice Mag

Book online to reserve seat for £5 plus small booking fee/£6.50 on the door

4pm Sallyann Fellowes: SALIEN

Winner of the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian Of The Year 2023 competition. Sallyann’s award-winning humour is wonderfully distinctive and unpredictable. Expect real-life experiences that aren’t even remotely like real life and weirdness that’ll have you on the edge of your seats – in short, expect tales of the unexpected. Learn something about her neurodiversity and how this explains why Sallyann sees the world in a way that no one else sees it and why it feels alien and discover her journey through life as revealed through a bizarre pantomime of stories and anecdotes. Sallyann won her Queerovision heat, was a finalist in the 2Northdown 2021 New Act Competition and comedy bloomers LGBTQ+ new comedian of the year 2022 semi-finalist.

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2:45pm Olga Koch: Comes from Money (Work In Progress)

Star of Mock The Week and QI Olga Koch is bringing a brand new work-in-progress to Angel! She's not really sure what it's about yet, but the title should give you an idea. ★★★★ - The Guardian ★★★★ - The Telegraph ★★★★ - Chortle ★★★★ - The Scotsman

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1:30pm Madame Chandelier’s Rough Guide to the Opera

Whether you love opera, or need to know more so you can pretend you do, this is the show for you. Dazzling divas! Dramatic death scenes! Hilarious high notes! Real opera is expensive, but Madame Chandelier is cheap. (Just wait until you see the costumes.) 
“Expert timing. Madame Chandelier is smart, has empathy and can sing” ★★★★ The Observer; “Phenomenal… A true diva” ★★★★ Broadway Baby; “Infectiously bonkers! ★★★★ The Scotsman
Family friendly, all ages

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2:45pm Ali Brice: I'm More Interested In What You Have To Say (Work In Progress)

I know what I want to talk about, but I’m more interested in what you have to say. An exploration of what it means to be a socially awkward and shy adult. Am I just boring? Thank god, I’m funny. Silly stories, daft ideas, and trademark audience interaction from ‘crowd favourite’ (British Comedy Guide), Ali Brice. Comedians’ Choice Best Show Nominee 2022. Sell-out run Soho Theatre 2023.

“The world’s most naturally funny person” Joz Norris ★★★★  “Ali Brice is funny” The List ★★★★ “Playfully surreal” The Skinny ★★★★ “Comedy genius” Entertainment Now

Book online to reserve seat for £5 plus small booking fee/£6.50 on the door

Listings are subject to change

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