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A fun filled first half full of games and dancing warms up for the second half which is That 80s Show making a great night out! It's the 1980's and Patrick's Irish Iranian family arrive in Teesside escaping from the Iran war. Patrick's memories and reminiscences of being an immigrant to Great Britain combined with his hilarious stand up produces a unique show!
Seen on ITV2's Safeword, Celebrity Squares (ITV1), The One Show Edinburgh Festival 2015 (BBC1). Directed by Phil Nicol.
'A great comic!' (Broadwaybaby.com)
A spellbinding narrative... delightful, impressive and very funny' Scotsman
'You grin from ear to ear at all the fun' One4Review.co.uk
Jo Caulfield (Work In Progress)
Making a welcome return to The Forum, TV and radio star Jo Caulfield is “one of the finest female comics at work” (The Observer). Jo is a regular face on TV on shows such as Have I got news for you (BBC1), Mock the Week (BBC2), Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), The Comedian’s Comedian (C4), The Apprentice: You’re Fired (BBC2) and Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2).
Jo’s a sharp-witted, wonderful bitchy comedian, simply holding forth on whatever subjects vex her. They will all feel the brunt of Jo’s acerbic tongue.
Jan Ravens: Difficult Woman
The Dead Ringers star in her much anticipated debut Edinburgh show.
Ravens brilliantly observes an array of contemporary characters, including Theresa May and Diane Abbott.
Razor-sharp satire delivered with startling virtuosity. 'Consummate impressionist' (Times).
Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to see these popular comedians en route to the Edinburgh Festival.
Roy Chubby Brown returns with his meatiest show yet!
He’s still rude, he’s still crude and this time he’s turning headlines into punch lines as his rip-roaring brand of banter continues to burst bellies across the country. Chubby doesn’t hold back from sharing his outlandish views on news, women and gender, sailing close to the mark, even the most seasoned of fans will be left gob-smacked!
As politically incorrect as ever “The World’s Most Outrageous Comedian” is far too rude for TV, so this live performance is the only place to catch the flamboyant comedian.
If easily offended please stay away!