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  • Tramtastic Nights!

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    Tramtastic Nights! is an accessible club for adults with learning disabilities, bringing happy fun to the beautiful people of South East London. We regularly get together for parties full of dancing, laughter and cheer, with a fully stocked bar and a chillout room with games and relaxing music. Come and join us on the dancefloor!

    Produced in partnership with Oxleas NHS Trust, with funds from the Big Lottery Reaching Communities Fund.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 17th May 2019

    Times: 19:00 - 22:00

    Price: £5 | carers go free

  • Games without Wires

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    Games without Wires celebrates our community, using board games from all over the world to bring together people from different cultures, ages and genders. Join us for an afternoon of some wonderful ‘gaming’ from Ludo to Carrom, from Manacala to old favourites like Dominos. Meet new friends and see for yourself how the “Board Game Renaissance” comes to life.

    Venue: General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6ET

    Dates: Saturday 25th May 2019

    Times: Drop in between 13:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Bees!

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Plumstead

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    Artizani presents an installation of six hives, all hiding a unique interior world – a multi-sensory experience with a surprise in every hive. Hear the BEE! Feel the Bee! Smell the Bee! Taste the Bee! And if you dare, put your eye up to the hive and See the Bee! With a hilarious sting in the tail this is a miniature installation with a huge visual impact.

    Venue: Plumstead Common, Plumstead, SE18 2UQ

    Dates: Saturday 25th May 2019

    Times: 13:00 - 14:30 & 15:30 - 17:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Edible Tales : Woolwich Common Community Centre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    Join our Hosts – Festival writer-in-residence Louise Page and storyteller Sandra Agard to eat foods from around the world; while listening to stories about food, love and life and even share your own stories of ‘life in Greenwich’. At each meal 5 dishes will be prepared by 5 chefs from 5 different cultures including Indian, Bangladesh, West African, Nigerian, European, England, Caribbean, Nepalese, and Vietnamese. A celebration of all that’s good about meal times, leave with your stomach full and your imagination buzzing…

    For families and those 7+

    Venue: Woolwich Common Community Centre, Centre Leslie Smith Square, Woolwich, SE18 4DW

    Dates: Saturday 25th May 2019

    Times: 17:00 - 19:00

    Price: £3

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  • Bees!

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    Artizani presents an installation of six hives, all hiding a unique interior world – a multi-sensory experience with a surprise in every hive. Hear the BEE! Feel the Bee! Smell the Bee! Taste the Bee! And if you dare, put your eye up to the hive and See the Bee! With a hilarious sting in the tail this is a miniature installation with a huge visual impact.

    Venue: General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6ET

    Dates: Sunday 26th May

    Times: 11:30 - 13:00 & 14:00 - 15:30

    Price: FREE

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  • Routes – An interactive outdoor puppetry show exploring refugee and migrant journeys

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Greenwich

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    Theatre Témoin bring their vibrant visual style to the great outdoors, using clowning, comedy and largescale puppetry on an adventure exploring destinations, journeys and who we meet along the way. Routes has been developed and researched with refugee, migrant, and native British groups and artists. In collaboration with Creating Ground, supported by Culture Seeds.

    Venue: Greenwich Royal Park, Greenwich, SE10 8QY

    Dates: Sunday 26th May

    Times: 12:00 & 14:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Sounds of the World – Concert in Greenwich Park Bandstand

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Greenwich

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    Produced by Ganga Thapa & the Tramshed

    Sounds of the World brings it’s critically acclaimed global musicians to Greenwich Park for its first ever outdoor concert, sharing live music with local audiences. Featuring one of Britain’s most successful British-Bangladeshi artists, Shapla Salique and Guinean griot Mosi Conde, recently featured live on BBC Radio 3’s World on 3.

    Venue: Greenwich Royal Park Bandstand, Greenwich, SE10 8QY

    Dates: Sunday 26th May

    Times: 15:00 - 17:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Young Herbert’s Horrors – A swashbuckling Pirate adventure with a twist

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Eltham

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    Young Herbert is a little horror. Living on a boat should be the ideal life

    for a wannabe pirate, but the boat’s grounded until Herbert can learn to tidy his cabin, eat his greens and be more polite. A Half Moon and Justin Coe Production for ages 4-9.

    Venue: Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham, SE9 5TG

    Dates: Monday 27th May

    Times: 11:00 & 14:00

    Price: £10 standard / £8 concession

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  • Special Delivery – A simple story about the delights of trying something unexpected from A Bird in the Hand Theatre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Eltham

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    When a heavily laden postman is suddenly surprised by a rain shower he discovers that all his packages have lost their labels. In the process of trying to work out the intended recipients, he discovers a bit more about the people on his rounds – and decides to bring a little sunshine into all of their lives. SPECIAL DELIVERY is a sweet and gentle show without words that appeals to both adults and children, blending beautiful puppetry with a good dollop of silliness

    Venue: Well Hall Pleasaunce Park, Well Hall Road, Eltham, SE9 6SN

    Dates: Monday 27th May

    Times: 13:00, 15:00 & 17:00

    Price: FREE

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  • The Big Sculpture – Build a giant dragon for Eltham!

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Eltham

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    Fun for all the family on bank Holiday Monday – Get crafty and creative in this free drop in workshop, right on Eltham High Street and help build a giant dragon. Are you up to the challenge?

    Suitable for all ages

    Venue: Passey Place, Eltham, SE9 or Eltham Centre (if wet weather)

    Dates: Monday 27th May

    Times: 11:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • John Hegley : Morning Wordship

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Eltham

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    Join the morning chorus of clappy, clippy, cloppy, floppy, flappy singsong and poem pong. Dig deep into a wealth of stories, japes and verses with plenty of healthy vocab for both young and older.

    For families and those 6+

    Venue: Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Road, Eltham, SE9 5TG

    Dates: Tuesday 28th May

    Times: 11:00

    Price: £10 standard | £8 concessions

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  • Edible Tales : Middle Park Community Centre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Middle Park

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    Join our Hosts – Festival writer-in-residence Louise Page and storyteller Sandra Agard to eat foods from around the world; while listening to stories about food, love and life and even share your own stories of ‘life in

    Greenwich’. At each meal 5 dishes will be prepared by 5 chefs from 5 different cultures including Indian, Bangladesh, West African, Nigerian, European, England, Caribbean, Nepalese, and Vietnamese. A celebration of all that’s good about meal times, leave with your stomach full and your imagination buzzing…

    For families and those 7+

    Venue: Middle Park Community Centre, 150 Middle Park Avenue, SE9 5SD

    Dates: Tuesday 28th May

    Times: 12:00 - 13:30

    Price: £3

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  • Special Delivery – A simple story about the delights of trying something unexpected from A Bird in the Hand Theatre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Middle Park

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    When a heavily laden postman is suddenly surprised by a rain shower he discovers that all his packages have lost their labels. In the process of trying to work out the intended recipients, he discovers a bit more about the people on his rounds – and decides to bring a little sunshine into all of their lives. SPECIAL DELIVERY is a sweet and gentle show without words that appeals to both adults and children, blending beautiful puppetry with a good dollop of silliness.

    Venue: The Green, Middle Park Avenue, SE9 5RX

    Dates: Tuesday 28th May

    Times: 12:00, 14:00 & 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Circus Skills Workshop for Families

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Thamesmead

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    An opportunity to try out juggling, hula hoop, plate spinning with Aircraft Circus. Aircraft Circus is a local training school offering an array of circus skills for adults and kids.

    For families and those 6+

    Venue: Southmere Square, Southmere Park, Thamesmead, SE2 9XA

    Dates: Wednesday 29th May

    Times: 11:00 - 11:30, 12:00 - 12:30, 13:00 - 13:30 & 14:00 - 14:30

    Price: FREE (but limited space)

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  • The Pumpkin Story Tent – Story Activities for all the Family

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Thamesmead

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    Enter the Story Museum’s magical Pumpkin tent and explore a world of imagination. Listen to stories, dress up as a favourite character, explore our story sacks and plenty more.

    Venue: Southmere Square, Southmere Park, Thamesmead, SE2 9XA

    Dates: Wednesday 29th May

    Times: 12:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • The Little Prince Dance Workshop for Families

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Thamesmead

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    Explore the much-loved classic story, The Little Prince, through movement, play and storytelling. Feel free to come dressed up… as a fox perhaps, a snake or a little prince and be a part of this magical family fairy tale for children and their grown-ups.

    Suitable for the whole family (age 5+ with younger siblings supported by a grown up)

    Venue: Southmere Square, Southmere Park, Thamesmead, SE2 9XA

    Dates: Wednesday 29th May

    Times: 15:00

    Price: FREE (but book a place through box office link)

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  • The Juke Boxes – Singalong to the Juke Boxes – whatever your age, there’s a little something for everyone

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Thamesmead

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    Bootworks Theatre presents two beautiful 1950’s Jukeboxes with a quirky twist. Watch them spring to life as two performers re-create classic pop music videos. The Beatles, Miley Cyrus, Stevie Wonder and Adele all make cameos – and audiences are encouraged to sing or dance along with the show. “Bootworks have reinvented street theatre and with their latest creation dragged theatre out of its traditional home and out onto the cobbles”

    Venue: Joyce Dawson May, Thamesmead Shopping Centre, SE28 8RA

    Dates: Thursday 30th May

    Times: 11:00, 13:00 & 15:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Canape Art – Join this delightful duo as they perform a culinary creation with a twist

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Thamesmead

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    The twin pair, who dress to impress, will sit you down and create unique, never to be seen again edible tattoos on your hands or even glittery eyebrows. There are always opportunities to take a selfie or a photograph with these stunningly dressed twins to keep as a memory. Presented by Levantes Dance Theatre.

    Venue: Joyce Dawson May, Thamesmead Shopping Centre, SE28 8RA

    Dates: Thursday 30th May

    Times: 12:00, 14:00 & 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • The Big Space Show

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Greenwich

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    3…2….1 Lift Off!

    Join our crew as the astronauts travel into deepest space. Visit the space station. Defy zero gravity. Explore our solar system. And prepare to drink your own wee to survive!  Marvel at our Astronaut as Space walking and Gravity is explored through Hip Hop dance.

    Venue: Greenwich Theatre, Crooms Hill, Greenwich, SE10 8ES

    Dates: Friday 31st May

    Times: 11:00 & 14:00

    Price: £10 standard | £8 concessions

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  • The Painted Hall & Skittle Alley at the Old Royal Naval College

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Greenwich

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    Visit the refurbished Painted Hall and be immersed in story and colour, featuring a cast of characters including Greek myths, royals, zodiacs and naval scenes, kids can enjoy a free family trail and activities. Plus afterwards you can have a go at bowling in the Victorian Skittle Alley.

    Venue: ORNC, Greenwich, SE10 9NN

    Dates: Friday 31st May

    Times: 10:00 - 17:00

    Price: Free but limited to a max of 2 per customer. Children go free

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  • The Pumpkin Story Tent – Story Activities for all the Family

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Greenwich

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    Enter the Story Museum’s magical Pumpkin tent and explore a world of imagination. Listen to stories, dress up as a favourite character, explore our story sacks and plenty more

    Venue: St Alfege Park, Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, SE10 9RB

    Dates: Friday 31st May

    Times: 12:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Flight of Fancy presented by Emergency Exit Arts

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : East Greenwich

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    Installations designed as Bird Boxes, giving spectators the element of surprise as they peek into the hole… Emergency Exit Arts invite children, young people and their families in Greenwich to venture into places of limitless possibility and take a Flight of Fancy by peeking into the imaginations of others. This flight encompasses invention, digital animation, collaborative storytelling and surprise created by young people from around the Borough, as each installation aims to convey a larger than life experience. The theme which is thread throughout this piece is “my nest my home”.

    Venue: Cutty Sark Gardens, East Greenwich, SE10 9HT

    Dates: Friday 31st May

    Times: 13:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Plink and Boo

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    Some might be Plink, and others are Boo,

    Why does it matter, what’s the to-do?

    Jumbled people and boxes too small

    Come play in our den and discover it all

     

    Welcome to the topsy turvy world of Plink and Boo. Using acrobatics, live music and mountains of toys, join us in an interactive circus theatre adventure to explore what happens when people don’t fit into boxes (even if it is the neatest place to put them). Presented by Can’t Sit Still.

    Venue: The Tramshed, SE18 6ES

    Dates: Saturday 1st June

    Times: 11:00 & 14:00 (relaxed Performance)

    Price: £6

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  • Look Up – An outdoor circus spectacle for families from Hikapee Theatre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    In a world where people are constantly glued to their phones follow an individual who dares to look up and find joy in taking the time to appreciate the beautiful nature that surrounds them. Look Up is a celebration of what we can see if we step outside of our everyday lives, and embrace the beauty that surrounds us.

    Venue: General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6ET

    Dates: Saturday 1st June

    Times: 12:00 & 15:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Edible Tales : Clockhouse Community Centre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Woolwich

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    Join our Hosts – Festival writer-in-residence Louise Page and storyteller Sandra Agard to eat foods from around the world; while listening to stories about food, love and life and even share your own stories of ‘life in Greenwich’. At each meal 5 dishes will be prepared by 5 chefs.

    from 5 different cultures including Indian, Bangladesh, West African, Nigerian, European, England, Caribbean, Nepalese, and Vietnamese. A celebration of all that’s good about meal times, leave with your stomach full and your imagination buzzing…

    A partnership with Cultural Connections

    For families and those 7+

    Venue: Clockhouse Community Centre, Defiance Walk, Royal Arsenal, SE18 5QL

    Dates: Saturday 1st June

    Times: 13:30 - 15:00

    Price: £3

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  • Look Up – An outdoor circus spectacle for families from Hikapee Theatre

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Charlton

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    In a world where people are constantly glued to their phones follow an individual who dares to look up and find joy in taking the time to appreciate the beautiful nature that surrounds them. Look Up is a celebration of what we can see if we step outside of our everyday lives, and embrace the beauty that surrounds us.

    Venue: Charlton House, Charlton Road, Charlton, SE7 8RE

    Dates: Sunday 2nd June

    Times: 12:00 & 15:00

    Price: FREE

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  • The Pumpkin Story Tent

    Greenwich Family Arts Festival : Charlton

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    Enter the Story Museum’s magical Pumpkin tent and explore a world of imagination. Listen to stories, dress up as a favourite character, explore our story sacks and plenty more.

    Venue: Charlton House, Charlton Road, Charlton, SE7 8RE

    Dates: Sunday 2nd June

    Times: 12:00 - 16:00

    Price: FREE

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  • Pizza Shop Heroes

    Age Guidance: 14+

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    PHOSPHOROS THEATRE present

     Pizza Shop Heroes

    Written by Dawn Harrison with the Company.

     

     

    “We’re going to tell you our stories how we want to.
    You’re not here to judge if we’re credible or not.
    I am not here to make your conscience feel better.
    I don’t need you to feel sorry for me.”

    Shortlisted for the Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award 2016, this unique emerging company stars four refugee young men who made the arduous journey to the UK on their own as children from Afghanistan, Eritrea and Albania. They have told their ‘stories’ repeatedly to the Home Office as part of seeking asylum and it is their desire to reclaim them that grounds Phosphoros Theatre’s innovative work. From the backdrop of a pizza shop we embark on a journey across time and continents to explore how they got here, where they’re going and what they’ve learnt along the way. It’s a story of male and cultural identity, of family and fatherhood, a lyrical collage of memories, hopes, dreams and imagined realities.

    From prisons in Libya and Greece to conversations with absent Mothers to raising the next generation of sons. Powerful, celebratory, affirming, authentic; this is theatre that puts refugees centre stage.

    ★★★★★
    ‘An illuminating and innovative presentation of the asylum seekers’ journey. It will change your perception. It will make you understand more. It is a play that should be seen by all.’
    North West End

    ‘A declaration of strength, willpower and whole-hearted embrace of life, engineered by people who have climbed mammoth obstacles to perform it. It’s inspiring, humbling and deeply moving’.
    Plinth Arts magazine

    Previous praise for Phosphoros:
    ★★★★ Broadway Baby for Dear Home Office: Still Pending – ‘intimate and subtly
    poignant story told by those who rarely get their voices heard’
    ★★★★ Theatre Bubble for Dear Home Office: Still Pending – ‘excellent theatre of testimony’
    ★★★★ The Stage for Dear Home Office – ‘a bold piece of theatre making’
    ★★★★ Three Weeks for Dear Home Office – ‘one of the best examples of art for
    a cause’

    Actors
    Tewodros Aregawe, Goitom Fesshaye, Kate Duffy
    Emirjon Hoxhaj, Syed Haleem Najibi
    Written by 
    Dawn Harrison with the Company
    Directed by 
    Dawn Harrison and Pavlos Christodoulou
    Producer/Technical Director
    Juliet Styles
    Participation Manager 
    Kate Duffy

    For more information check out our website
    www.phosphorostheatre.com

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 21st June 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: £12 standard | £10 concession | £5 refugee

  • The Winter’s Tale

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    Presented by Changeling Theatre Company

    The Winter’s Tale, a wonderful fairy story set in Sicily and Bohemia. Leontes has everything a man could want, wealth, power, a family that loves him and friends. .But he is not at peace.  Inside he harbours a bitter jealousy that drives him to destroy all he holds dear.  Many years later, in a distant country, a journey begins that may ultimately heal his pain and reunite his family.  With all the crazy antics of the Changeling magic, plus beautiful costumes and just a hint of …ABBA

     

     

     

    Venue: The Garrison Church, 5 Mill Lane, Woolwich, London SE18 6XJ

    Dates: Tuesday 2nd July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: £15 Standard | £10 Concession

  • Stevie Martin : Hot Content (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Stevie Martin (one third of sketch group Massive Dad and co-host of the Nobody Panic podcast) returns after last year’s critically acclaimed Fringe run with a lovely bit of business involving sketches, talking and absolute bangers (jokes). For anyone who likes their content hot (and their bangers stone cold). As seen on Sky’s Breeders, Channel 4’s Damned and in various cafes trying to find a plug socket. ‘Pure entertainment’ **** (Entertainment-Focus.com). ‘Expertly witty’ **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine). ‘So inventive and consistently funny’ (Fest). ‘Witty, relatable and oh-so-clever’ (Evening Standard).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Friday 12th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Matt Richardson (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Matt is a multi-award winning stand-up comedian and one of the most exciting names on the circuit currently rising through the ranks. Having started stand-up in 2009 at 18 years old, Matt became one of the youngest comedians on the circuit and soon made it through to the finals of two national stand-up competitions – the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny and the Chortle Student Comedy Award – as well as coming runner up in the Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year and winning the Newbury and Bath Comedy Festival new act competitions ‘ – all while still in his teens. He quickly established himself in all of the major comedy club chains in the UK and has gigged overseas on countless occasions.

    Since then Matt has firmly established himself as one of the UK’s most exciting young performers and presenters – hosting the drive-time show on Virgin Radio. His TV credits include co-hosting the Xtra Factor alongside Caroline Flack, Co-Hosting Celebrity Haunted Hotel Live! Alongside Christine Lampard and helming the live spin off show alone, two one-off documentaries for ITV2 – Pampered Pooches, Hollywood and Meet The Family Guys, a series regular role on Viral Tap (ITV2), Nevermind The Buzzcocks, Celebrity Juice, Sweat The Small Stuff, Big Brothers Bit on the Side, Fake Reaction, Its Not Me It’s You, I’m a Celebrity Get Me out of here Now! and countless other shows.

    In 2013 Matt headed out on his first ever award-winning tour ‘Hometown Hero’ in 2013. It was to 54 dates into sping 2014.

    “High wattage charisma from a talented young comic whos star is on the rise” – The Guardian

    “Hilarious and Charming” – The Mirror

    “Sharp, Funny and Warm” – Heat Magazine

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Saturday 21st June

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Huge Davis : The Carpark (Edinburgh Preview)

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    From Comedy Central at the Comedy Store. Huge, one the most exciting and unique new acts in the UK, presents his highly anticipated debut show. Expect dark humour, surreal songs, his customised wearable keyboard, and of course, car parks. He’ll be attempting to wear a full-size keyboard around his neck for most of the show. It’ll be funny but he’ll struggle to finish the hour. His comedy performances have featured on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, BBC3 and ITV1. ‘Priceless’ (Chortle.co.uk). ‘Dark’ (Independent). ‘Scene-stealing’ (Telegraph). ‘Perfect’ (The Stand Comedy Club). ‘Brilliant’ (The Student). ‘Appalling’ (CelebrityRadio.biz).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Saturday 13th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: £10 standard | £7 concessions

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  • Ray Badran : Everybody Loves Ray, Man (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Australian comedian Ray Badran recently moved to the UK and is performing his debut Fringe show. A show about the big issues plaguing us all such as pockets, Subway sandwiches, fridges and more. Come and see why everybody loves Ray, man. Winner of the Best International Guest by the New Zealand Comedy Guild 2017, and as seen on Comedy Central in his series No Experience Necessary (‘funniest local TV show in ages’ (New Zealand Herald)). ‘His style definitely struck the right chord for the night, getting the entire crowd in hysterics’ (ArtsReview.com.au).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Saturday 13th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Hayley Ellis : Nobody Puts Hayley in a Corner (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    As featured in the top Edinburgh Fringe jokes of all time in The Scotsman, The Independent and The Mirror. Hayley Ellis is back for 10 days only, like Craig David if he extended his song by three days. It’s a show about being easily influenced, putting water in your belly button and awkward holidays. As seen on MTV and Virgin TV. International tour support for Sarah Millican. ‘Sharp, clever, and very funny’ **** (Sunday Post). ‘An original and very funny lady’ **** (Funny Women). ‘Ellis is a talent’ (Fest).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Sunday 14th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: £10 standard | £7 concessions

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  • Andy Field : Andy Field’s Funeral (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Andy Field’s Funeral: Work In Progress

     

    Andy Field may have tragically died before he could realise his abundant potential but miraculously, he still has more to give. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology Andy’s dying wish, to perform one more hour of stand up, is going to be fulfilled. Expect grief, condolences, uncontrollable weeping and a swansong stand up show by a cutting edge hologram of the man himself.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Sunday 14th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Helen Bauer : Little Miss Baby Angel Face (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Helen enjoys a drama. She’s her mother’s daughter, taking a small situation, blowing it up, then getting upset that it’s out of her control. Just like all the best reality TV. At the same time, she dreams of being a sweet angel handling any drama with grace. Who doesn’t overthink everything and plan for how she will have all eyes on her at the right moment. Highly anticipated debut hour from the 2018 BBC New Comedy Award Finalist. As seen and heard on BBC Three, Comedy Central and Radio 4.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Monday 15th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Darren Harriott : Good Heart Yute (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Best Newcomer Nominee Darren considers himself a good person. Now he’s 30 and he’s never been in love. It can’t always be someone else’s fault? Learning more about himself and realising maybe he’s never actually been happy with who is, join Darren for his trademark passion and insightful wit as he tries to work himself out. From Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo, Don’t Hate The Playaz, The Stand Up Sketch Show, Comedy Central’s The Comedy Bus and Roast Battle. **** (Evening Standard). ‘Passionate, articulate, witty’ **** (Sunday Times).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Monday 15th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Ken Cheng (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Star of Radio 4’s Chinese Comedian, E4’s The Hangover Games and winner of Dave’s Joke of the Fringe, Ken returns with a love-letter to all the Twitter trolls he’s blocked before.

    Work in progress.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Tuesday 16th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Eshann Akbar (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Following the success of his Edinburgh 2018 show “Prophet Like It’s Hot” seeing a run at the Soho Theatre, Eshaan Akbar brings a preview of his new show to Camden.

    With appearances on BBC, ITV, Comedy Central, Sky, BBC Radio, talkSPORT, and award-winning podcasts, you’re guaranteed at least one laugh (or your money back)*.

    *it is a preview though so, technically, he doesn’t have to make you laugh. But, he is a professional.

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Tuesday 16th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: £10 standard | £7 students

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  • Simon Brodkin : 100% Brodkin (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    You may know him as “comedy legend Lee Nelson” (The Sun) or “some unfunny pillock” (The Deputy Prime Minister) who gave Theresa May a P45, but you definitely won’t know him as “hilarious little Jew Simon Brodkin” (someone on Twitter).

    After three hugely successful BBC series as Lee Nelson, multiple sell-out tours and world-famous stunts on Sepp Blatter, Donald Trump, Kanye West and Theresa May, the award-winning, critically-acclaimed comedian unveils his funniest character yet& himself!

    Don’t miss Brodkin’s highly-anticipated ‘debut’ show.

    “Hilarious” – The List
    “Genius” – Independent
    “Get him out!” – Donald Trump

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Wednesday 17th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Fiona Ridgewell : Even Disney Needs A Day Off (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Fiona Ridgewell is the epitome of positivity… but she’s struggling to keep a PMA as she stumbles through life trying to achieve the ultimate fairytale. A 45-minute WIP from Piccadilly Finalist 2017/2018 including gags and stories! ‘I could easily imagine seeing Fiona as a panelist on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown or Would I Lie To You? in the near future. She has the confidence, charisma and humour to take her far’ (Audience review).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Wednesday 17th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Glenn Moore (Edinburgh Preview)

    18+

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    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Thursday 18th July 2019

    Times: 19:30

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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  • Ahir Shah : Dots (Edinburgh Preview)

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    Nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2017 and 2018, Ahir Shah returns to the Fringe with a new hour of funny and good stand-up. Shah’s most recent show, Duffer, was performed to packed houses and critical acclaim at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe, followed by a sold-out run in London’s West End, and a UK and international tour. Now he’s written another one. Fingers crossed, eh? As seen on Live at the Apollo and The Mash Report. ‘A blazing talent firing on all cylinders’ ***** (Telegraph). ‘Magnificent’ ***** (List). **** (Times).

    Venue: The Tramshed

    Dates: Thursday 18th July 2019

    Times: 21:00

    Price: standard £10 | concession £7

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