Pippa Evans returns from winning an Olivier (Showstopper! The Improvised Musical), some bits on TV (Drunk History, Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled) and a sitcom on BBC Radio 4 (Josh Howie's Losing It) to tell jokes and sing at you. Come join Chortle's Music and Variety Act of 2016 for more marvellous inspirtainment™. ‘You'll be grinning for the rest of the day’ (Guardian).
Heady, disintegrating pre-war Paris. An itinerant songstress struggles to keep hold of her wits and her virtue – but the City of Light has other plans.
Kelly Burke (Off West End Award nomination, Best Actress) returns to the Fringe in this electrifying cabaret play, charting the backstreets of the 1930s via the music of Kurt Weill, Cole Porter and their contemporaries.
‘A tour de force – one of the best hours you will spend this festival’ ***** (ThreeWeeks)
On a hovercraft, no one can hear you bark... Fringe legend and Olivier Award winner Guy Masterson's uproarious tales of woe, a dog and transcontinental wedlock. The dog came with a package... it could not be abandoned in Paris, and the next eight years tested everything: marriage, career and sanity. A tormented, often hysterical life of poo, piss and pooches. ‘Masterson is utterly unmissable!’ (Times). ‘When Guy Masterson takes you on a journey, strap yourself in as it's a full-throttle ride!’ (Adelaide Advertiser). Winner: Stage Award Best Actor 2001 (Nominated 1998, 2003, 2011).