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Daliso Chaponda, Chris Brooker and your host, Jim Smallman
“His act is an exhilarating tour de farce” – Adelaide Now, AUSTRALIA
“One of the finest, funniest and most fair-minded comic commentators on race and post-colonial integration that I have seen” – Three Weeks
“Full of extravagant gestures and impassioned …
Duncan Oakley, Phil Walker and your host, Eddie French
“Leaping between stupidity and pure brilliance” Yorkshire Evening Post
“Oakley’s routine deftly mixes the tunes with the stand-up” City Life
“An original line in observation” The Sun
“Comedian Phil Walker continues to evolve in leaps and bounds …
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.”
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 …
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!