She’s also been involved in other shows including The Last Laugh, BBC 2's The Sack Race where she had to compete with another performer to get sacked as close to 3 pm as possible, and the short lived sitcom on BBC 1 The Crouches.
She was a housemate in Kings of Comedy on E4, and Channel 4 made a documentary about her called "From the Top", a half-hour show explaining her journey in comedy so far, and how she became a comedienne. She has also appeared on Comedy Central's The World Stands Up and The Comedystore TV show's as well as Edinburgh and Beyond.
Andrea Hubert started comedy in late 2009, and within 20 gigs gained second place in a national competition. She’s since performed alongside some of the UK’s best comedians at prestigious comedy clubs all over the UK, been commissioned as a writer for a BBC pilot and taken her first show to the Edinburgh festival in 2010. She was dubbed “One to Watch in 2012” by London is Funny. Andrea is also a regular contributor to the Guardian Guide, for whom she interviews actors and filmmakers, and delivers scathing reviews of TV adverts.
“She's also got a terrifically funny way with one liners, as they subverted expectations and delivered punch lines
which were squarely at your sides.”
Jayde Adams is a Bristolian multi-faceted comedian. She is trained in competitive dancing, sings opera, beatboxes, clowns, raps, balloon models, draws, plays the piano and looks pretty fit dressed as a leopard (there is more but she doesn’t want to show off.)
Jayde performs all over the UK and internationally with her ‘barnstorming’ (The Londonist) performances – most recently at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival where she was described as ‘…very funny…highly accomplished…’ (The Herald Sun) and has just performed her frenetic cabaret show ‘Master of None’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012 for a second year in a row. Jayde is also a popular host on the cabaret and stand – up scene in London and co – runs a successful comedy night called ‘The Painted Grin’ in East London.
Elf Lyons is a giraffe-limbed, butter-fingered bad-ass tambourinist and part-time erotica writer. Since starting stand-up at the age of 17, Elf has tried to balance being the perfect comedian, daughter and drama student and is finally able to focus on her comedy career after graduating from Bristol University this July.
Last year she took her first stand-up show Those Two to the Edinburgh Fringe with several 4 and 5 star reviews, and this year returned with her new show Hyde & Lyons with the lovely Patch Hyde. She also runs The Secret Comedians in Bristol.
'A clever observer and raconteur [...] her unabashed, suggestible humour reminds me of Noel Fielding' - Ed Fringe Review
The night starts at 8.00pm and it's just £5 to get in.
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