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WEDNESDAY 12TH JUNE
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The PIPER

7:30pm Abi Clarke

Stand-up comedian, social-media star and ultimate try-hard Abi Clarke works on new jokes, developing her highly anticipated debut show. As seen on BBC, ITV2, Comedy Central, Sky, Channel 4 and Dave online. One of the "top 11 comedy stars of the internet" (The Independent).

Book online to reserve seat for £7/£8.50 on the door

 

8:45pm Paul McCaffrey (Work in Progress)

Join Paul McCaffrey for a work in progress of his brand-new hilarious show. In the last few years Paul has performed to over half a million people while supporting his comedy heroes Sean Lock and Kevin Bridges on their UK tours and has gone down an absolute storm. As seen on Live at the Apollo, Impractical Jokers, Russell Howard's Good News, and Stand up Central. 

'McCaffrey is going to make it big any day now. Grab your chance to say ‘I saw him when…’ - The Scotsman  

'Never anything short of gut-bustingly hilarious' - GQ

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JENNY LIND

7:30pm Taz Long: Phat ( With a PH)

What’s phat you ask? Phat is when you get called fat b**** and say thankyou with a huge grin . Phat (with a ph) is all about embracing what others hate . It’s sexy , controversial , foul-mouthed , loud and obnoxious . Hosting a funeral for her old self , Taz promises to fill your hearts with joy - speaking openly about queerness , fat bodies and awkward sexual encounters .

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

8:45pm Richard Stott: Trade

Trade, graft, grind. Like many millennials, Richard Stott (Guardian Top 10 Jokes and Shortlisted for Amused Moose 2023) has been told he doesn’t work hard enough. But, as he remembers his time as a trader in London’s Borough Market - facing freezing temperatures then returning to work after a terror attack - he tends to disagree. In his brand new hour, Stott (seen on ITV2’s Stand Up Sketch Show and Comedy Central Live) explores our collective relationship with working for a living.

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7:30pm Adam Flood: I Like To Think, I Hate To Do

The Stoke-on-Trent urchin has cooked up a new comedy hour of fast-paced, daft existential dread with the odd song and sound effect to keep you from checking your watch. The Times - Top 3 Rising Stars of the Fringe British Comedy Guide Top Picks of The Fringe ★★★★ - Pick of the Fringe As Seen on ITV2’s The Stand Up Sketch Show. Winner of Bath Festival New Comedian, 2022. BBC New Comedy Award nominee, 2019. 

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8:45pm TBA

10pm Sam Willett

A local comedian known for his observational takes on gentrification, pub life and day to living. Started off online with @SamWillJoke and going viral, then selling out shows as his beloved alter-ego Tony Reid. Now Sam returns to the stage as himself.. please note, this is a dry robe free show.

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7:30pm Micky Overman: (Work In Progress)

This year Micky finds her life at the point of no return. It’s too late to change things, no matter how much she wants to, plus she’s too old for the coping mechanisms she had in her 20s (buying a plane ticket and flying away from her problems).
Micky Overman is an award-nominated comedian whose previous Edinburgh shows received critical acclaim. Her last hour, The Precipice, was one of the best reviewed shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
She has written for and acted in sketches for ITV2, Channel 4, and BBC3, and her social media content has received over 40 millions views online. Originally from the Netherlands, Micky’s outsider perspective, quick wit, silly delivery and spot-on observations make her one Britain’s most exciting female voices. ‘Top-notch lines that wouldn’t be out of place in an A-lister’s Netflix special’  Chortle
‘A pin-sharp torrent of precision gags and delightfully silly one-liners’   The Observer ‘The energy of a head girl gone wild’  The List

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8:45pm Michael Akadiri: Trust Me, I’m a Daddy (Work in Progress)

Multi award winning Michael Akadiri is not only a stand up comedian and junior doctor, he’s a daddy now too. In Trust Me, I’m a Daddy, the first time father explores sacrifice, parenting and taking risks. All from the perspective of a hapless doctor who’s expected to know it all.

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                        PUMP HOUSE

7:30pm Sue Hicks: Sex, Drugs and Toilet Roll

Sue Hicks is growing older and doesn't care who knows. Bad bra-sizing, advice on erectile dysfunction and a hatred of public toilets are all grist to her middle-aged mill. The Hastings Superwoman puts her woes into verse to allay your fears. She's tackling the menopause head on and refuses to lie down and die. Think Pam Ayres on steroids delivering a lesson in how to combat middle age. It's Sex and Drugs and Toilet Roll

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8:45pm Ian Lane: Truuuuuuu

Ian Lane is the second fastest in the world at completing the 1999 video game Worms Armageddon, yet he almost got killed in a terrorist attack 13 years ago because he forgot to run. A work-in-progress multimedia stand-up comedy show about being too fast and too slow.
“Autistic storytelling at its finest” - Disability Arts Online
“a mix of startling honesty and beautiful absurdity...a densely layered yet consistently funny set” ★★★★ Comedy To Watch

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