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Let’s get Katerina Vrana back on stage

Many of you remember our very own Katerina Vrana, we’re sure, for her fabulous MC-ing at Angel, her extraordinary hair, and her boundless energy. 

In December 2016 Katerina was a finalist in a “funniest person in the world” competition and as she made the top 3 she was invited out to Malaysia to perform. Whilst there, she came down with what she thought was food poisoning — but it was much more serious than that.  

Katerina suffered an intestinal perforation which led to septicaemia (blood poisoning) and sceptic shock. She was in a critical condition and spent 2 months in the intensive care unit in Malaysia. 
You can hear her story in her own (very funny) words here.

Katerina was paralysed from the neck down and went blind. However, her great sense of humour and her ridiculously amazing hair remained unaffected. There were three separate occasions in which she nearly lost her life.

The following year Katerina also developed problems with her speech, which has made it difficult for her to speak clearly. Hair update: still fab.

The doctors cannot believe that she is alive and making such good progress. 

After two years in and out of hospitals and clinics in the UK, Switzerland and her native Greece, Katerina can now stand and walk with assistance. Her sight and speech are getting stronger every day. She now needs full time care and intensive daily physio. Unfortunately, her medical insurance does not cover long term rehabilitation.

This woman is the future of comedy and a phenomenal inspiration to anyone who has wanted to follow the career they love. She put blood, sweat and tears into comedy (quite literally) and it was just starting to pay off. So… if you’ve seen her perform… or perhaps you’re a performer yourself and remember her as fondly as we do… then whatever you can afford…

Let’s help get her back to where she belongs. On stage, killing it. She nearly died!! 3 times!!  

PLEASE DONATE HERE IF YOU CAN

Tony Law: Identifies at The Bill Murray

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Tony Law identifies as a hominid. Homo sapiens, Neanderthal, Indo-European horse tribesman, an Englishman, a Canadian, a Norn Iron man and a Trinidadian and a Tobagonian. A dog, a dog owner, owned by a dog, a surrealist, an absurdist and an artist who is comedy of person. A parent, a thrower, a catcher, a reader and a farmer. His 16th show is turning out to be his best yet. For connoisseurs of comedy who have seen it all and are funny in their own bones. Top drawer Tony. Comedian’s comedian comedian for the comedy nerd.

Tuesday, 1st October 2019, 18:45

Friday, 4th October 2019, 18:00

Ellie Taylor & Friends

Fresh off the back of releasing her own Netflix special join Ellie Taylor, the star of Live at the Apollo, QI, and Mock The Week as she works up a new show alongside some of the best comics on the circuit.

NEW DATES ADDED:

Wednesday July 24th

Wednesday August 7th

Wednesday August 15th

Tuesday August 20th

Tuesday August 27th

GONE:

Sunday April 28th, 9:30PM

Wednesday May 1st, 6:45PM

Wednesday 15th May, 6:45PM

Tuesday 28th May, 9:30PM

Tuesday June 11th

Tuesday July 9th

Josie Long at The Bill Murray – July 2019

A work-in-progress show from the triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Josie Long.  As seen on Have I Got News For You, Live at the BBC, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Alan Davies’ As Yet Untitled, Drunk History UK, Go 8 Bit, The Alternative Comedy Experience, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and You Have Been Watching.

Get 2 for 1 tickets for Monday July 15th with the promo code 2forJosie

Thursday, 4th July 2019

Monday, 15th July 2019

Tuesday, 16th July 2019

Wednesday, 17th July 2019

Thursday, 18th July 2019

Loyiso Gola at The Bill Murray

Loyiso Gola performing at Live at the Apollo

South African comedian and two time Emmy nominee Loyiso Gola takes us on a hilarious journey exploring the differing impact of pop culture moments around the world. As seen on Netflix: Comedians Of The World, Live at the Apollo, QI, Mock the Week and Late Nite News With Loyiso Gola.

Sunday, 7th July 2019, 21:00

Saturday, 20th July 2019, 17:00

Berk’s Nest: All Day Preview Festival at The Bill Murray!

A full day of previews from Berk’s Nest! 

You can buy tickets for individual shows for £5 or pay £10 to see all the shows!

Featuring:

2-3 pm Arabella Weir – Does My Mum Loom Big In This? 

The mother of all confessional shows from the bestselling author and star of The Fast Show and Two Doors Down. Does My Mum Loom Big In This? is for everyone who’s had a mother or been a mother, featuring hair-raising hilarious true stories from Arabella’s dysfunctional childhood, her perilous career and her life as a single working mother. Devastatingly funny, excruciatingly honest and definitely embarrassing for all of Arabella’s relatives, not to mention herself, this is a helter-skelter tour of appalling – and appallingly funny – maternal behaviour.

3:30-4:30 pm Chris Parker: Camp Binch 

New Zealand’s beloved sissy Chris Parker (as seen in Netflix’s The Breaker Upperers) is mincing his way over to Edinburgh with his award-winning Camp Binch. Winner of Best Show at NZ International Comedy Fest 2018, Camp Binch delivers a hilarious and cathartic retelling of growing up gay in conservative New Zealand. ‘He’s the one to watch that you’re probably already watching!’ (GayExpress.co.nz). ‘Leaves you inspired to make a difference’ (New Zealand Herald). Writer and star of New Zealand’s 7 Days, Jono and Ben, and Funny Girls.

5-6 pm Guy Montgomery: I Was Part Of The Problem Before We Were Talking About It 

Best Male Comedian winner, New Zealand Comedy Guild awards 2017. Best Show nominee, NZ International Comedy Festival 2017. Best Newcomer nominee, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2016. It’s hard to believe, but Guy Montgomery hasn’t always been perfect. Embrace this rare opportunity to hear from someone unlearning the various blind spots that made him part of the problem before we were talking about it. ★★★★★ (KeepingUpWithNZ.com). ‘Intoxicating, enveloping and absurdly entertaining’ (NZ Herald). ‘A supremely gifted comic’ (Ruminator.co.nz).

6:30-7:30 pm Alice Snedden: Absolute Monster 

Who are we? What are we doing here? Do you like me? And what are you saying behind my back? Let’s all get together and definitively find out if I’m the best or worst person you know. Those are the only options. Step into my existential crisis and get ready to laugh as I try and answer the eternal question: who am I?. After a sell-out ‘barnstorming debut’ (Fest) in 2018, New Zealand’s Alice Snedden returns to Edinburgh. ‘Alice Snedden should be listed as one of New Zealand’s top outputs’ ★★★★★ (EdFestMag). 
Directed by Rose Matafeo.

8-9 pm Jack Barry: Alien 

Your best friend (and acclaimed stand-up) Jack Barry is worried about you. The world’s turned to shit and you haven’t been laughing enough. He’s going to roughly slap you around the face with his jokes and tell you to get a hold of yourself. Don’t worry – everything is going to be okay. As seen on The Russell Howard Hour and in Catastrophe, Cuckoo and Netflix’s Turn Up Charlie. Writer for Mock the Week. ‘The finest of British comedy… effortlessly endearing’ ★★★★★ (EdFestMag.com). ★★★★ (Sunday Times). ★★★★ (List). ★★★★ (Skinny).

9:30-10:30 SNORT 

New Zealand’s favourite comedy improv show Snort makes its way to Edinburgh for the first time! Cheeky, topical, and relentlessly silly, Snort sees NZ’s best young comedians (including Rose Matafeo, Guy Montgomery, Alice Snedden, Chris Parker) build an intricate hour of far-fetched, high-stakes comedy, entirely made up on the spot. ‘New Zealand’s coolest comedy improv group… the stuff of dreams’ (TheSpinoff.co.nz). ‘These are some New Zealanders we would be happy to claim as our own’ (SquirrelComedy.com).

ALL DAY TICKETS

Who Cares? It’s for Charity

Who Cares? It’s for Charity is a weekend of previews for Stand Up To Cancer.

See newcomers and established favourites trying out new work in progress material on 13th & 14th July while funding life-saving research.

Shows include: Pat Cahill, Darren Harriot, Tom Ward, Ken Cheng, Crystal Rasmussen, Sarah Keyworth, Catherine Bohart, and more to be announced as well as a gala featuring Nick Helm, London Hughes, & Mark Watson.

TICKETS FROM £7 FROM THE STAND UP TO CANCER WEBSITE HERE

Aussie takeover

Nick Elleray: Big Nick Energy (WIP)

A Work In Progress show from Award-winning comic Nick Elleray – ‘quality downbeat comedy’ (Chortle.co.uk). Nick goes looking for the joy in life. Will he find it? Spoiler alert: probably not. ‘Brilliant, astute observational comedy about middle-aged life’ (Adam Bloom).

Thursday June 20th, 5:30PM

Thursday July 11th, 5:30PM

John Robertson’s THE DARK ROOM

The Dark Room is the high-octane, text-based adventure game show from improv overlord John Robertson. Filled with stand-up, appalling prizes and more audience chanting than you’d get at a protest – this is a gut-busting rock n’ roll experience for everyone who buys a ticket.

Thursday June 20th, 9:30PM

Thursday July 11th, 9:45pm

Thursday August 29th, 9:45PM

Laura Davis: Better Dead Than a Coward (WIP)

Dark, bold and razor sharp Australian comedian Laura Davis is internationally critically acclaimed as one of the most unique comedic voices around. Unconventional, cathartic and exhilaratingly hilarious, this is her brand-new hour. ‘A different kind of provocative… smart, challenging, ambitious, playful and funny.’ (Chortle)

Friday June 28th, 6PM

Sarah Kendall: Paper Planes (WIP)

Multi award-winning comedian Sarah Kendall returns to Edinburgh with a spellbinding hour of storytelling. Paper Planes is the latest offering from the writer and star of the acclaimed Radio 4 series Australian Trilogy. Stories that are by turns moving, funny, and usually a bit depressing in places. ‘Phenomenal storytelling, funny and soulful by turns, this is comedy that restores your sense of wonder’ (Chortle.co.uk).

Saturday June 29th, 5PM

Thursday July 18th, 6:45PM

Brodi Snook (WIP)

Work-in-progress show for the hotly anticipated Edinburgh debut from rising Australian comedian and ‘bit of a bitch’, Brodi Snook. A show woven together with low energy charm, laser sharp writing and wall-to-wall gall. As heard on TalkRadio and BBC Radio 4 Extra. Tour support for Ardal O’Hanlon. 

Sunday July 7th, 4PM

Tom Ballard: Enough

Best Show Nominee, Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2016. Best Show Winner, Sydney Comedy Festival 2017. Tom spent 2018 hosting his own late-night satirical TV show, Tonightly with Tom Ballard, and watching the neo-liberal order continue to destroy our collective future. Now he’s written some very funny jokes about all that and he wants to sell them to you for money because that’s what capitalism demands.

Tuesday July 16th, 8PM

Tuesday July 23rd, 8PM

Australian Comedians / Dope Comedy

Australian Comedians / Dope Comedy showcases the best Antipodean comedians in the UK – and this month we’ve got a special treat with a couple of stars in town for Edinburgh dropping in! It sold out last year at the Fringe so get in early!

Saturday July 20th, 6PM

Find full listings for both The Bill Murray and Angel Comedy at The Camden Head here.

Daniel Kitson returns!

Daniel Kitson (quite bald, now) will waste a good whack of his summer travelling between London, Bristol and Hebden Bridge to do work in progress stuff towards (primarily) A one off show in Regents Park Open Air Theatre and (secondarily) some other things in the future that may or may not actually happen. 

This is some of that work in progress stuff.  

He’ll have Gavin Osborn (full head of hair, as per) with him for certain dates around the end of June and the first week of July. Besides that, he will be entirely alone but for a cavalcade of hilarious new characters and the ghosts of his past.

Dates:

Saturday, 8th June – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Sunday, 9th June – 9:30-11 pm – SOLD OUT

Thursday, 13th June – 9:30-11 pm – SOLD OUT

Monday, 17th June – 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Tuesday, 18th June – 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Saturday, 22nd June – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Sunday, 23rd June – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Wednesday, 26th June – 9:30-11 pm – SOLD OUT

Saturday, 6th July – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Monday, 8th July – 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Monday, 15th July – 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Saturday, 20th July – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Saturday, 27th July – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

Sunday, 28th July – 12-2 pm – SOLD OUT

There is a small chance, as always, that some tickets may be available on the door.

Stewart Lee at The Bill Murray

41st best stand up ever Stewart Lee will be performing work in progress shows for work in progress shows at The Bill Murray through July and September

New material shows from Stewart Lee, 41st best stand up ever.

TUESDAY 9 JULY, 9.30PM

WEDNESDAY 10 JULY, 8PM

THURSDAY 11 JULY, 8PM

TUESDAY 17 SEPTEMBER, 9.30PM

WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER, 9.30PM

THURSDAY 19 SEPTEMBER, 8PM

SUNDAY 22 SEPTEMBER, 7PM

Jena Friedman at The Bill Murray

Jena Friedman will be performing London shows at The Bill Murray in June 2019

Jena is a rising star within the comedy world and has gained considerable recognition and fans for her sharp political voice. Her one-woman show “American Cunt” debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2016 and later streamed as a one-hour special on Seeso, garnering incredible reviews and setting the table for her recent Adult Swim specials SOFT FOCUS WITH JENA FRIEDMAN, the second one premiered this January.

She most recently staffed on ABC’s THE CONNORS and just returned from a 2 week run at the Soho Theater in London as she crafts her next stand-up special.

Next on the docket will be her directorial debut, SERIAL DATER, a feature based on her hit web series TED & GRACE.

Jena’s past credits include producing on THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART and writing on the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN. She was a panelist for “Stephen Colbert’s Live Election Night Democracy’s Series Finale,” on Showtime in 2016.

Tuesday, 4th June 2019, 18:45

Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 22:00

Friday, 7th June 2019, 18:00

Get an All Day Pass for the Bank Holiday Preview Festival at The Bill Murray

Bank Holiday Preview Day at Bill Murray Lou Sanders Kai Samra Ray Badran Travis Jay Steff Todd Tania Edwards Carl Donnely Naz Osmanoglu
Bank Holiday Preview Day at Bill Murray Lou Sanders Kai Samra Ray Badran Travis Jay Steff Todd Tania Edwards Carl Donnely Naz Osmanoglu

Come to The Bill Murray on the 27th of May Bank Holiday for a day packed with previews from some of the best comedians on the circuit.
Get an All Day Pass for £12 or watch individual shows for £3 each.

1:00pm Lou Sanders: Say Hello to Your New Step Mummy

Loulie, AKA the face that launched a thousand dicks, examines conduct (in the media, baby), mental health (other people’s, I’m fine) and perverts (that one is mainly me, actually). I’ll be oversharing, wanging on about spirituality and giving everyone some much unwanted advice. 

2:10pm Kai Samra: Underclass

Winner of the Birmingham Breaking Talent Award 2017, Kai Samra is on a mission to subvert lazy stereotypes based on his personal experience of life as a working-class British-Asian. 

3:20pm Ray Badran: Everybody Loves Ray, Man

Australian comedian Ray Badran recently moved to the UK and is performing his debut Fringe show. A show about the big issues plaguing us all such as pockets, Subway sandwiches, fridges and more. Come and see why everybody loves Ray, man. 

4:30pm Travis Jay: Funny, Petty, Cool

Funny, Petty, Cool combines hilarious, deeply personal anecdotes with side-splitting social commentary, offering insight into Travis Jay’s world. From the time he accidentally became the leader of a Black Lives Matter protest to the time he went to war with a four-year-old, Travis recounts stories and more with the effortless charm he‘s become renowned for. 

5:40pm Steff Todd: Reality Check

Award-winning comedian, impressionist and internet sensation Steff Todd presents her debut solo show. Hailing from Yorkshire, Steff has gained worldwide attention with her viral impressions of stars ranging from the Kardashians, Love Island, The X Factor and many more, making her one of the hottest emerging talents in comedy. Join her for her debut hour of hilarious stand-up, razor-sharp one-liners and amazing celebrity impressions. Steff has appeared on The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC) and has recently supported Iain Stirling, Sara Pascoe and Rob Delaney. 

8:00pm Tania Edwards: Don’t Mention It 

Award-winning stand-up comedian Tania Edwards explores these emotionally incontinent times and explains why it’s imperative to repress our emotions. But just how easy is it to be bashful and brazen, coy and courageous (and make sure everyone notices)? 

9:10pm Carl Donnelly: Shall We All Just Kill Ourselves?

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Carl Donnelly (‘Observational genius’ (Guardian)) returns with a new show about how difficult it is to be a good person in the modern age. Having travelled the world and tried every self-help technique there is, Carl is now questioning the point of it all and is contemplating starting a death cult! Come along if you want to join him. 

10:20pm Naz Osmanoglu: The Naz Show

Heavyweight sketch maestro (WitTank) and award winning stand-up veteran, Naz, charges back to the ‘Burgh to punch out his first solo sketch show. Characters grotesque, sketches inspired and laughs aplenty. Star of BBC Two’s Inside No. 9, Flat TV and Plebs (ITV2). ‘A high energy, no-holds-barred hour from the consistently funny Naz’ (Telegraph).

Get an All Day Pass for £12 or watch individual shows for £3 each.

Phoebe Robinson’s UK debut at The Bill Murray!

In a London exclusive, Phoebe Robinson brings her debut UK hour to Angel’s Bill Murray comedy club before taking it up to Edinburgh and inevitably taking the Fringe by storm.

Best known as the co-creator and co-star of hit podcast 2 Dope Queens, interviewing the likes of Jon Stewart, Tig Notaro and Michelle Obama to name just a few, Phoebe is also a New York Times best-selling author of You Can’t Touch My Hair & Other Things I Still Have To Explain and her second book Everything’s Trash, But it’s Okay and stars in Netflix film Ibiza and Paramount’s What Men Want.

Sorry, Harriet Tubman marks her UK stand up debut.

Tickets:

August 8th, 9:30-10:30 pm

August 9th, 6-7 pm

Eddie Izzard discusses building his new show Wunderbar at The Bill Murray on The Joe Rogan Experience #1289

Eddie Izzard discusses building new material at The Bill Murray on The Joe Rogan Experience

Currently touring the world with his new show Wunderbar, which he crafted at The Bill Murray, Eddie Izzard was interviewed in The Joe Rogan Experience. Towards the end of the two and a half hour long podcast, the pair discussed Izzard’s approach to writing new material and his preference for a slow paced environment where he is free to experiment.


Joe Rogan: Do you still go to clubs at all?


Eddie Izzard: I don’t so much. I was reading the definitive thing on Robin Williams and how he would jump in the clubs and do stuff and that doesn’t really work for my stuff. (…)They have the [Bill Murray] club in Islington. No, Angel, in London sort of Northeast London. And they had you know, shows going on at 6, one at 7, and I would take an hour of that and just do that again and again and again. So I’ll take an hour and I’ll go out for an hour and workshop a show. As opposed to coming on and doing 15 minutes off the top of my head because I find if I’m completely going scattergun just trying to find funny that doesn’t really help me, I need to keep crafting the stuff cause then I can use it in a show.

(more…)

Bridget Christie at The Bill Murray

New material shows from the Edinburgh Comedy Award, Rose D’Or and South Bank Arts award winner Bridget Christie. Star of her own Netflix special and award-winning Radio Four series.

“Come and see some old twat who should  probably give up say some boring shit that isn’t even funny or  interesting.” – Bridget Christie

Thursday, 9th May 9:30PM

Wednesday, 15th May 9:30PM

Tuesday, 2nd July 6:45PM

Sunday, 7th July 6:30PM

Comedy at The Bill Murray – Early May Bank Holiday 2019

Hello Angels!

The first bank holiday weekend of May is coming up, and what better way to spend it than by stopping by The Bill Murray for some quality comedy.


Saturday kicks off with the FREE ANGEL COMEDY WRITING GYM at 12pm, followed by a live podcast recording from THE LITTLE DUM DUM CLUB and, of course, our free award-winning Angel Comedy shows running through the night.


On Sunday, we are holding the first session of INTRO TO CLOWNING: RELEASE YOUR INNER IDIOT with Jonathan Gunning, co-founder of Clowns Without Borders Ireland.

In the afternoon, the Little Dum Dum Club takes over The Bill Murray with not ONE but TWO live podcast recording.

In the evening, our resident improv troupe SHOOT FROM THE HIP will take back what is ours.

Finally, because there´s never enough Australians, NICK CAPPER will be LOOSE IN LONDON starting 9:30PM


On Monday, we’ve got a jam packed bank holiday programme, starting at 2:30pm with ZACH ZIMMERMAN follwed at 4pm by TOMMY DASSALO

Then at 5.30pm we’ve got stand-up from Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo star ED GAMBLE

At 6.45pm we’ve got a work-in-progress show from Massive Dad star and co-host of the Nobody Panic podcast STEVIE MARTIN

And we round things off with SPARK TRUE STORYTELLING at 8pm, where performers and audience members alike get the opportunity to share stories on a chosen theme.

And if that doesn’t tickle your May Day fancy, then we don’t know what will!

Eddie Izzard in January

To see 2019 in in style, why not treat yourself to Eddie Izzard?

We’re aware that tickets sold out fast last time – so here’s another chance! We honestly can’t recommend the show highly enough.

Please be aware we cannot guarantee refunds if you accidentally buy tickets for the wrong date or can no longer use your tickets – please make sure you are buying for your intended date.

Get your tickets here:

Monday January 7th, 8-9:15 pm

Tuesday January 8th, 6:45-8 pm

Wednesday January 9th, 6:45-8 pm

Thursday January 10th, 6:45-8 pm

Monday January 21st, 8-9:15 pm

Tuesday January 22nd, 6:45-8 pm

Wednesday January 23rd, 6:45-8 pm

Thursday January 24th, 6:45-8 pm

Munnery Sundays

We’re delighted to be introducing a series of shows and a comedy course by Simon Munnery throughout the first months of the year.

Simon is a British Comedy Award nominee, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and Chortle Award winner. His stand-up career spanning 32 years has seen him regularly perform all over the world and star in several of his own major television and radio projects. He is best known for his character creations Alan Parker: Urban Warrior, Buckethead and The League Against Tedium. His most recent television appearances include The Alternative Comedy Experience (Comedy Central), The Culture Show, It’s Kevin and Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle (BBC 2).

Comedy Course

Simon Munnery will be teaching a comedy course at The Bill Murray on Sunday mornings throughout the month of January and February where he will cover how to go “from 20 to 50” when building a show – characters, monologue, dialogue, clowning, shape of an hour, the visual element/props, themes vs narrative arc. Find more information and book a spot here.

He will also be performing his latest festival shows, as well as retrospectives:

La Concepta

Sunday Jan 6th 4pm and 5:30 SOLD OUT

Sunday Jan 13th 4pm and 5:30pm NEW

Sunday Jan 27th 4pm and 5:30pm NEW

Lovers of haute cuisine are greeted and served by a diligent staff of four (all played by Simon Munnery) at La Concepta. Head Chef Munnery promises a varied menu of conceptual dishes comprising dishes of art, jokes, songs, anecdotes, aphorisms, audio installations, choreographed dances and more. Sous Chef Munnery will be prepping every dish. Maitre d’ Munnery will be ensuring your dining experience is magnifique. Trainee Chef Munnery will be hoping to keep out of the way and not ruin things again.

 

The Wreath

Sunday Jan 6th, 7-8 pm

“I went to a funeral the other day. Caught the wreath…” That’s what came to me, from the mysterious source of the inexplicable. Hear the story of the joke, the painting, and what happened next.

 

Alan Parker: Urban Warrior

Sunday Feb 3rd, 7-8 pm

Alan Parker-Urban Warrior is a bedsit anarchist inspired by the lyrics of punk bands. He’s never quite got over the demise of Sham 69 and the subsequent annexation of youth culture by the iniquitous forces of global capitalism. Once the most radical man in Britain, now the only radical man in Britain, Alan stands alone in his heroic fight against the system.

 

Fylmgeist

Sunday Mar 3rd, 7-8 pm

Simon Munnery has always had a fairly anarchic approach to comedy, one that doesn’t show any sign of abating as he matures. This show is just that. Sort of. Well, it’s live comedy, but performed in a box and witnessed by the audience via video line and amplified into a huge projection of Munnery’s face as he performs. Film? TV? Comedy? Performance art? The only thing that’s certain is that it’s funny.

Daniel Kitson Returns to The Bill Murray

Daniel Kitson is doing work in progress for his latest theatre show, “Keep”.

He will either be reading out stuff he’s written but not yet learned or talking about stuff he’s thought of but not yet written.

Dates:

Thursday 6th December, 9:30-11 pm

Monday 10th December, 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Tuesday 11th December, 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Thursday 13th December, 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Tuesday 18th December, 8-9:30 pm – SOLD OUT

Wednesday 19th December, 8-10 pm – SOLD OUT

 

Daniel Kitson Returns to The Bill Murray

Not really work in progress. Just something to do.

With “nothing” to “very little” in the way of material or ideas Daniel Kitson is getting out of the house, Staying loose, Ticking over, Keeping his eye in, Strengthening his core and putting some Shape in the Day. It will mainly be talking although there will almost certainly be some pauses and possibly a bit of absent minded chanting. He may also, introduce one or more others to participate in nascent skits or fill time with their own thoughts and feelings but will more than likely be alone on stage. Talking, pausing and chanting.

Less like the first steps on a creative journey and more like someone rummaging through cupboards and making a pile of stuff for the charity shop.

Tickets for these shows will be released on the day of the show at 12 pm (or 2 h prior to the show if it starts at 1 pm or earlier). Remaining and additional tickets will be sold on the door.

Dates:

Sunday 10th June, 1-3 pm

Monday 11th June, 9:30-11:30 pm

Wednesday 13th June, 10:15 pm-12 am

Wednesday 20th June, 10:15 pm-12 am

Saturday 23rd June, 1-2:45 pm

Saturday 7th July, 12-2 pm

Sunday 15th July, 1-3 pm (cancelled)

Wednesday 18th July, 6-8 pm

Thursday 19th July, 6-8 pm

Sunday 22nd July, 9:30-11:30 pm

Wednesday 25th July, 9:30-11:30 pm