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Sean Morley – I Apologize for My Recent Behaviour

Remorseful absurdist Sean Morley plays with guilt, blame, forgiveness and audience expectations in this genre-bending stand-up apology. 'An understated, weird, brilliant man' (Fest) 'The sort of encounter you'll talk about for some time afterwards' (Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk) 'A feast for any comedy lover who has a taste for the strange and absurd' **** - The Skinny.

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The Delightful Sausage: Regeneration Game

Join Chris and Amy as they rally the inhabitants of an ailing northern community to get them crowned the UK's next City of Culture. A surreal voyage of self-discovery via sinister secretions, mythical creatures and unsettling multimedia content. "Very smart writing" The Guardian. "The most grotesquely funny, inbred version of a Northern English town since The League of Gentlemen" The Scotsman. We operate a strict 'no bigheads' policy.

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Tim Renkow Tries to Punch Down

Comedy's one rule is 'no punching down'. Tim Renkow is a crippled, redneck, Mexican Jew. It's hard for him to find a group he is not allowed to make fun of, which is insulting. Join Tim as he tries to find a group that is off-limits and prove that he's not the bottom of the social ladder. 'A proper renegade as a comic' **** (Scotsman). 'Renkow is a smart comedian who also knows how to handle dark, risky material' (Guardian). Star of A Brief History of Tim (BBC), Bobby and Harriet Get Married (VICELAND). The Wee Review ***** “Renkow runs a nihilistic steamroller through humanity. Its audacity scours your soul clean… It’s the kind of intelligent humour that has you clapping along with the laugh, a laugh you’re also kind of disgusted with yourself for.” The Scotsman **** “Possibly...

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Yuriko Kotani: Overwork in Progress

Born and raised in Japan, Yuriko Kotani now lives in the UK. Using her unique perspective, she is going to tell stories of her experiences and thoughts as a work-in-progress. Winner of the BBC New Comedy Award 2015 and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2016 nominee, Yuriko brings you "wonderfully offbeat stories" "with her rug-pulling punchlines and bizarre observations". As seen on Russell Howard's Stand Up Central and Pls Like (BBC3).

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Yuriko Kotani: Overwork in Progress

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