- Sunday05/11/20172:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Winter is approaching. The leaves are wilting. Entropy is waiting for us all. It’s time for Swan Song – where decay and rejuvenation go hand in hand. A mix of final performances of celebrated Fringe shows and celebrated performers creating new shows.
We are each of us dying and pregnant with opportunity. In our final moments our waters break and we are our true selves for one final breath. What an exciting premise for a comedy showcase.
*2:15pm – 3:05pm – Jordan Brookes – Violint (WIP)*
Gurning prince and word-of-mouth behemoth Jordan Brookes will be performing *Violint,
*a work in progress show which is currently heavily under wraps.
“Wildly entertaining stand-up that demolishes the conventions of comedy”
★★★★ The Guardian
LastMinute.Com Edinburgh Comedy Award 2017 Nominee
*3:15 – 4:05 – Sam & Tom: Unrectifiable*
Post-sketch revival. Sam & Tom, bellies full, bring their best and first show of skits and bits to the realm of darkness.
When a game of hide and seek goes askew, only slick sketch comedy can save the day. Or can it? Who knows, who cares? Sam & Tom both know and care, having written the show and then rehearsed it for a bit as well.
Winners: So You Think That’s Funny?
“Gleeful silliness” The Skinny
“Extraordinary comics” Manchester Evening News
*4:15 – 5:05 – Sean Morley: Earned Helplessness*
Hi… and wow! It’s me! Top lad and monolithic friend Sean Morley. Here I am with some of the biggest best jokes, really ready and raring to smash the gig, raise the roof, raze the venue and salt the Earth. I am Sean Morley and none may travel in my wake.
“The up-and-coming talent of the surrealist genre” Broadway Baby
“Giddily hilarious. And he told not one joke” Vibrations Magazine
Nominated Best Show at Leicester Comedy Festival 2017.
BBC New Comedy Award Semi-Finalist (2015, 2016)
*5:15 – 6:15 – Beth Vyse as Olive Hands – The Hand That Rocked The Cradle (WIP)*
Beth Vyse’s sassy, leopard print clad alter ego Olive Hands (Britain’s number two in the morning!), daytime TV wannabe, resurrects her career again! Can she finally talk her way into the perfect Hand’s job? Olive Hand’s left
hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.
“Hands down the funniest thing I’ve seen at the Fringe’ ★★★ BroadwayBaby.com
“This show has cult written all over it, a formidable comic actress” ★★ Chortle.co.uk
“The most gigantic idiot on the Fringe” ★★ Scotsman
★★ The Skinny
*Pricing – Pay What You Decide (With Deposit)*
All shows are Pay What You Want. You can decide what the shows are worth to you. All we ask is a £5 deposit to enter a show. At the end, simply top up or reduce your payment as you see fit. All shows require a £5 deposit to enter or a £7 deposit to attend the entire afternoon programme.