Hold the phone! Alt-comedy icon Kyle Kinane is hiking his latest show – Ghost Pizza Party – all the way from wintry LA to the sunny climes of Manchester.
“A friendly, inclusive and enjoyably funny hour of interesting political discussion.”
“The End is another amazingly well put together comedy from Max Olesker and Ivan Gonzalez, that is as high-scoring in laughs as it is in poignant, wholly captivated moments.”
“The show is funny, but more than that it’s interesting and, actually, a little bit life-affirming.”
“Glenn Moore’s forty-five minutes are heavy with punchlines and proper gags; but his relaxed anecdotal style is an effectively low-key foil to what could end up being a show that bashes you about the head with jokes.”
The Dark Room first premiered as an online YouTube series in 2012, that summer making its live debut as a cult hit at the Edinburgh Fringe, with four and five stars across the board.
Somewhere recently I read Pierre Novellie described as ‘a great big bear of a comedian’, which… is probably fairly accurate.
With pleasingly absurd comedian Stuart Laws compering the Literature tent on Sunday, the Film and Music arena played host to Laws’ production company Turtle Canyon’s short film, the darkly comic The Bird, starring Julia Davis.