Recommended for ages 16+
Saturday 18 November at 7.45pm
Tickets - £14, concessions - £12
Following a sell-out Edinburgh Festival season and 2016 tour, the star of BBC's Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and The John Bishop Show, Channel 4's 8 Out of 10 Cats, and BBC Radio 4's The Now Show presents an unmissable new stand-up show discussing whether or not she should breed.
'Radiates charisma... blessed with great flair' (Guardian).
'She doesn't miss a beat' (List).
Friday 24 November
Doors open at 7.45pm
First act at 8.15pm
Bring your colleagues and bring your friends for a shed load of laughs!
This relaxed cabaret-style comedy club on the last Friday of the month offers you the chance to enjoy a drink and sit back and relax, with three professional comedians ready to entertain you. Previous acts have included Alan Carr, Michael McIntyre, Lucy Porter, Nick Helm, Russell Kane and many more.
Having supported Jo Brand on four UK tours - as well as Sean Lock, Rich Hall, Rhod Gilbert and Paddy McGuinness - the award-winning Andy Robinson is a seasoned comedy gem.
"Andy Robinson is the comedic equivalent of gold dust" - The Guardian
£13 - Postage charges apply
The comedians that appear in Comedy Shed are provided by Off the Kerb and are sometimes replaced at the last minute without any notification. They are, however, all professional comedians on the stand-up circuit.
Videos may contain strong language or adult themes.
Tuesday 23 January at 7.30pm
Earlybird tickets - £19 (regular price £24)
Running time approximately 2 hours
Age guide – 16+
It stormed into the finals of Britain’s Got Talent,now a West End and worldwide hit!
Awoken by the Ouija board, a voodoo curse causesdevastation in New Orleans! While the city sleeps, the night creatures rule theunderworld with bizarre circus acts, devilish rock and the darkest of magic.
“Youhave to see this, one day something wil go wrong, and you’ll want to say youwere there when it did” Graham Norton
The Circus of Horrors contains some nudity andlanguage of an adult nature.
Presented by Gonzo Moose
In Association with The Pound Arts Centre and Pegasus Theatre
Directed by Abigail Anderson
Saturday 10 March at 7.45pm
Tickets - £12, concessions - £10
A rip-roaring comedy adventure, inspired by the Horror movies of the 1950’s, 'The Thing That Came From Over There' is a fast-paced rollicking ride, mixing paranoia, suspense and hilariously gruesome deaths.
It’s 1912, and as Scott and Amundsen begin their race across Antarctica, the hapless explorer, Captain Reginald Cranston Scot-t-t, has accidentally landed on the wrong side of the continent.
As Cranston and his motley band set up base camp, a meteor crashes nearby. Deciding to investigate, they set out towards the crash site - unaware of the danger that awaits not just them, but the whole of planet Earth.
What ancient evil lurks inside the crater? What is the dark secret of the slimy fungus? And what is the horrifying fate of those who encounter the parasitic space worms?
Join three daring actors as they play over 15 roles in 85 minutes of shocks, spine tingling silliness, and blood curdling terror.
With comedy and thrills galore, the show features visual gags, verbal wit, giant puppetry, and even a little bit of live music.
Friday 6 April at 7.30pm
Tickets - £15, concessions - £12
Award-winning theatre company New Old Friends present Crimes Under the Sun, a comedy thriller, directed by James Farrell (Associate Director - 39 Steps, West End).
Inspired by Agatha Christie, 39 Steps and film noir, welcome to an hilarious yet murderous trip to a classic English Riviera retreat. The show features the company’s trademark of just four actors playing multiple outrageous characters, and a plot that races along in a romp.
Reviews for New Old Friends’ previous show Crimes Against Christmas
"a mesmerising mix of murder, mayhem and laugh-out-loud comedy... even has echoes of those word-play specialists the Two Ronnies." – **** The Stage
“not one person who did not laugh at least 100 times” - ***** What’s Good to Do
“A laugh a minute roller-coaster of fun” - ***** Behind the Arras
Friday 18 May at 7.30pm
Tickets - £17
Call up your girlfriends and grab a round of cosmopolitans, for the ultimate girls' night out. Whether you’re a Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda or a Samantha, there is something in this show for you.
One Woman Sex and the City: A Parody of Love, Friendships and Shoes is a fantastic tribute, and will remind you just why you fell in love with those characters when they first appeared on television screens twenty years ago.