Return Tickets for June’s Mostly Comedy (23.06.16)
While next week’s show with STEWART LEE, NORMAN LOVETT and DOGGETT & EPHGRAVE is still sold out, there’s a good chance that a handful of tickets will become available on the night.We’ll be taking a waiting list on the door from 7:15pm on the 23rd, then distributing any returns before the show starts at 8:00pm, on a first-come, first-served basis.Hope you manage to squeeze in!
Nish Kumar and Alison Thea-Skot at Mostly Comedy (20.07.16)
Doggett & Ephgrave have recently announced a sneaky extra show the day before 21st July’s already-booked gig.
Featuring an Edinburgh preview from NISH KUMAR
(Host of BBC Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Newsjack’. Foster’s Comedy Award Nominee 2015)(As seen on BBC1’s ’Have I Got News For You’, BBC2’s ‘Live at The Apollo’ E4’s ‘Virtually Famous’, Dave’s ‘Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled’)‘Intelligent, inventive, thought-provoking and delivered with a passion, urgency and enthusiasm’ ★★★★★ (Time Out)..and an Edinburgh preview from ALISON THEA-SKOT
(As featured on BBC Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Newsjack’)
(‘Funny’s Funny’ & ‘Funny Women’ Finalist. Amongst Telegraph’s ‘Best of the Fringe’)
‘An absolute tour de force’ (BBC Comedy)
‘Fun, truly demented character comedy’ (Telegraph)
‘Brave, silly, a little bit unhinged and very, very funny’ ★★★★★ (Funny Women)
‘A force to be reckoned with’ ★★★★ (Broadway Baby)
Book for July’s Bonus Mostly Comedy (20.07.16)
Returns for July’s other Mostly Comedy (21.07.16)
As with June’s sold out Mostly Comedy there’s a good chance a few tickets will come up for July’s original ISY SUTTIE, AISLING BEA and TOM GOODLIFFE date.We’ll take a waiting list on the door from 7:15pm on the 21st, then distributing any returns before the show starts at 8:00pm, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Mostly David Ephgrave at The Actors’ Temple, London (29.06.16)
This month, the back end of Doggett & Ephgrave (‘Polished, natural comedians’ – Camden Fringe Voyeur) previews his forthcoming Edinburgh Fringe show ‘Mostly David Ephgrave’ in London, following a successful Brighton Fringe run.
The comedian, actor and musician will present material sifted from his daily blog, revealing how someone with an obsession for small detail approaches everyday life.
“…as smooth as they come” (BBC)
“Ephgrave is extremely comfortable on stage, handling enthusiastic heckles with ease…the way he interacts with his audience and gets the timing spot on does reveal he’s no newcomer to the comedy circuit.” (View From The Gods)
“Ephgrave has the confidence and cadence of a decent comic” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
“A very likeable standup, confident but not cocky, and a lot of fun to spend time with…He’s a natural entertainer.” (View From The Gods)
The show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets are £5 in advance (via the button below) or £7 on the door.
The Actors’ Temple is less than a minute’s walk from Warren Street tube.