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Not what you want, people: what you need.
A new hour of songs and openly weeping, probably with laughter too.
‘I urge you to go and see for yourself. A performer whose genuine charm captures his crowd… his fluid and intelligent storytelling is impressive, and he carries with it a genuine …
Have a little read of this one here.
“Seven Arts is a lovely place for comedy, and Kill for a Seat is a night that will have you coming back for more until you burst. Thank you Silky. Just thank you.”
Gary Delaney, Paul Sinha, Diance Spencer and your host, Silky
Gary Delaney (Front View)
“Quickfire material of the very highest quality”
“Razor sharp one-liners”
As Seen on Mock The Week.
As seen on ‘The Chase” ITV1 **** The Times **** The Guardian
“Wonderfully inventive and intelligent”
Evening Standard **** The Scotsman …
Edinburgh Previews from Andrew Bird and Paul B. Edwards with your host, Silky
Paul B. Edwards
Silky by Andy Hollingworth
“There’s an undercurrent of wisdom, hope and self-acceptance which delivers more soul than most shows you’ll see this year, but never undermines the comedy. Although his material is always funny and …
I’m having a bit of a clear-out of the site. Old webpages are for sale for 30p each or ten for a fiver.
You can find a recent interview (July 2014) with me from Gigglebeats HERE and an older interview (Oct 2011) from the Leeds Guide HERE
Here’s the out-takes from a …
“Seven is comedy genius!
Author: Jo Densley
Published: 30th July 2010 14:44
Kill for a Seat Comedy!
Seven Arts Centre in Chapel Allerton hosted the Kill for Seat Comedy night on Wednesday to a roaring success.
Chris Ramsey, young comedian from Newcastle opened the show with his quick witty banter and quirky deliverance. “Effervescent …
Happily grinning from ear to ear about the Guardian write-up of our comedy festival like a barefoot kid standing in a pond. ‘the Llangollen lineup should be the envy of its much larger peers.. It’s no easy task to put together a programme packed with enough quality to get the locals buzzing as well as drawing in comedy junkies from further afield’. Get in!