This week we have some killer comedy coming your way hosted by MC Dave Fensome. Enjoy late night laughs this Thursday, Friday and Saturday night with the likes of Milton Jones, Henning Wehn, and Sean McLoughlin for just a tenner.
The one-liner merchant makes a majestic return to the stage at The Warren Festival this week, armed with countless off-beat gags, wide-eyed stares, and hair fit for a mad scientist. His unique brand of head-scratching wordplay has earned him semi-regular appearances on Mock the Week, Live at The Apollo, and Michael Mcintyre's Comedy Roadshow.
"....beautiful one-liners, so skilfully sculpted you don’t know whether to laugh or put them on your mantelpiece" (★★★★★ - The Guardian)
The 'german comedy ambassador' makes his Warren Festival debut this week with an appearance on Saturday night's bill. As another panel show regular, Wehn is "A master at using his outsider status” (The Times), and his analysis of the oddities of British culture are always hilarious to hear. His wonderfully dry wit and distinct perspective make him a truly original comic who certainly shouldn't be missed.
"slick, topical and hilarious" (★★★★ - The Wee Review)
Sean McLoughlin is an old hand when it comes to the Fringe. The acclaimed writer and comedian produced six fringe shows in as many years, developing a reputation among critics as "The best comedian you haven’t heard of" (Time Out). His "impassioned and uniquely brilliant talent” (The List) earned him a spot supporting Ricky Gervais on his recent global tour, as well as opening for Bill Burr at the Royal Albert Hall and a gala show at the Sydney Opera House. The comedian's comedian is back for another uproarious fringe set this Thursday. Don't miss it.
Laura Curnick and Jack Mosedale (The Hole Seekers Podcast) are 'Mother', a slick London sketch duo with incredible chemistry and an array of weird and wonderful characters. From day-time TV presenters who believe women are to blame for everything to a surreal London Underground station skit, the pair present a dazzling variety of sketches guaranteed to get you laughing.
"Like French and Saunders ... Delightful buffoonery" - REVIEWS HUB
Alongside his brand new Brighton Fringe show 'Attention Seeker', Harris is popping in for a set at The Late Show. Described as "never less than riveting (★★★★ Bath Echo), Harris is known for his incredibly engaging storytelling abilities, drawing the crowd in close before lashing out with his wicked humour.
"Beyond engaging into downright hypnosis. I loved every minute" (ART MURMURS)
Aurie Styla (The Jonathan Ross Show) is a charming, charismatic comic with two sell-out tours under his belt. His quick wit has made him the ideal host of BBC Radio London's 'The Scene', where he engages with a whole host of guests to discuss politics and current affairs - with a comic twist of course.
'A man whose sheer passion for his craft is guaranteed to get you at the very least smiling along with him...feel-good brand of humour and effervescent smile' - ESQUIRE
Eshaan Akbar (AKA Michael Pakintyre) has established himself as an act with exciting potential. As seen on Mock the Week, Eshaan Akbar's 'witty and informative' (Chortle) insights won him the Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2016 and got him to the final of many prestigious competitions, including So You Think You’re Funny 2014 and Laughing Horse 2014. 'Eshaan Akbar entertains with ease' - VOICE
Join the Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominated team for their "Highly impressive" (★★★★ The Guardian) set of bazaar sketch comedy, songs and absurd storytelling. Critics love it, and we're sure you will too ."High concept farce of the first order" ★★★★ (The Telegraph).
The Best Show Winner at the 2021 Leicester Comedy Festival is back at the Fringe to deliver another comic tour-de-force. After her debut show about self-identity, Esther has gone from strength to strength, named an "incredible comedian” (EdFesr Magazine) with "Undeniable Stage Presence" (The Scotsman). Manito is a relatively new name on the scene with a lot to say, and we're excited to hear it.
- Sean McLoughlin
- Gerard Harris
- Henning Wehn
- Aurie Styla
- Milton Jones
- Eshaan Akbar
- Esther Manito