Geoff Norcott – The Look of Moron at the Museum of Comedy, 14th and 21st October, 2015 at 7.00pm.
Geoff had a great Edinburgh Fringe run with this show that perfectly blends the personal and the political. It was praised by punters and by his peers including Katherine Ryan, Romesh Ranganathan, Paul Sinha, Alex Edelman and many more. He received a number of 4* reviews including from The Daily Telegraph, meanwhile, across the political spectrum, he was was also covered in The New Statesman. Geoff’s just written this for Chortle about ‘pig gate’:
Erich McElroy’s Imperfect Guide to Picking The Perfect President at the Museum of Comedy, 19th & 20th October, 2015 at 7pm Age: 16+ Duration: 1 hour.
An astute show from a savvy US (but UK-based) comedian which sets the scene for the race to be the most important leader on the planet. There’s only a year to go and, as Erich reveals, the race has already thrown up a cavalcade of catastrophes and characters!
Spencer Jones Is The Herbert in ‘Proper Job’ @ Soho Theatre, 21st-24th & 28th-31st October, 2015 at 7.30pm.
A cult hit that got very, very close to an awards nomination in Edinburgh, Spencer Jones’ prop-led clown show won the hearts and minds of audiences and critics alike and was dubbed ‘one of the silliest and most consuming shows of the Fringe’ by The Times.
Aatif Nawaz – Muslims Do It Five Times A Day at the Museum of Comedy, 6th-8th November, 2015 8.45pm.
A high-energy show that aims to ‘tackle Islamaphobia one joke at a time’, Muslims Do It Five Times A Day was Aatif Nawaz’s debut Fringe hour and since then he has been featured on a string of shows on BBC Radio 4, and is also going to be featured on Channel 4 as part of a programme about Muslims in the media.