Thursday-28/3/2013


  • Doors 8.30 pm  Show Starts 8.45 pm 
  • £6 on the door (£5 members) 
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✭✭✭✭ “A painful genius...he's brilliant” Broadway Baby

✭✭✭✭ “endearing and amusing” Scots

“A comedy colossus” Latest 7

“A deliciously performed 25 minutes...cracking lines” The List

“Nicely constructed material with an effortless style of delivery that's a joy to watch” Fest

“A delicious edge to his delivery, showcasing a sardonic wit” The Scotsman

“Hilarious” Latest 7

“Some fine laughs. The original, personal subject matter is what holds the audience, but he has some fine, bitter lines to illustrate it, and the set does twist in genuinely unexpected directions” Steve Bennett, Chortle

a winning mix of the knowingly self-deprecating and the impotent frustration of the downtrodden

 
Sean Mcloughlin
 
Lindsey
Sharman
 

The Edinburgh Fringe 2011 saw her in the PBH stand-up show 'Giants of Comedy', rated four stars by The List and Three Weeks, in which she was described as 'utterly charming', 'very funny', and 'Michael McIntyre on a sugar overdose.' Here's the proof -

http://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/article/37168-giants-of-comedy-darren-walsh-leo-kearse-and-lindsay-sharman/  
and 
http://www.threeweeks.co.uk/edailies/index.html 




NATY New Act Of The Year finalist 2013

Lindsay Sharman is utterly delightful. And funny. Very funny. The cheeky giantess manages to endear even hardened skinheads and tired bar staff to her witty take on life as an unemployed female in tall lane. Whilst you'll never look at plums in the same way again, there's a chance you'd come back for second helpings of Sharman at least. She's so likeable you would take her home if she actually fitted in the suitcase. Or a car    


 



Geoff Alderman

 
  
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