Duncan Oakley, Kiri Pritchard-MacLean and your host, Silky
Silky by Andy Hollingworth
‘Leaping between stupidity and pure brilliance’ Yorkshire Evening Post
Oakley’s routine deftly mixes the tunes with the standup’ City Life
“Kiri PritchardMcLean is one of the most promising new acts I have seen in a very …
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.”
“If you are serious about learning how to do stand up, public speaking or just want to step outside of your box, then this course is THE course – and you’ll like it. The best £17,000 I ever spent..” Steve
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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!