Ivybridge Does Ediburgh
6 FULL shows from 6 top comedy acts for the price of one, Ivybridge Does Edinburgh returns, this year raising funds for Samaritans.
Desiree Burch -
Desiree’s Coming Early
Raised in L.A., developed artistically in NY and currently resides in London. Her brash and energetic comedy style has been seen on NBC and E4, and made her the winner of the 2015 Funny Women Stage Award for stand-up. As a writer and performer, she makes raw and gutsy work. Host of Netflix’s Flinch, her critically-acclaimed solo show 52 Man Pickup has toured internationally and her solo piece Tar Baby won a 2015 Fringe First for new writing at the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe.
Joz is a prolific comedy writer and performer, known for his brand of surreally inventive character comedy and engaging, faux-naif storytelling.
Patrick Monahan: Started from the Bottom, Now l’m Here
Smart and funny observations on a new-found, middle-class lifestyle with ski holidays, through the prism of poor, immigrant, living-in-a-caravan roots. As seen on The One Show (BBC), Fake Reaction (ITV), Celebrity Squares (ITV).
Michael Legge - The Idiot
Michael Legge, the shouty one from Do The Right Thing, is putting together brand new material for a brand new stand-up comedy show. Star of Live At The Apollo is a terrible description of him, but if you're the kind of person that likes watching a grown man have a nervous breakdown while he tries to figure out the world, himself, the end of all civilisation and brand new jokes, then this is definitely the show for you.
George Rigden : Spooning With Uri
For 2 years as a child, George Rigden (Leicester Mercury Comedian of the year nominee 2017) was friends with Uri Geller. This is the bizarre but true story of that friendship.
A true story about friendship, autographs and cutlery.
Colin Leggo is a stand-up comedian, Youtube botherer and Cornish fool who dabbles in the fine arts of puns, word play and having a foot made of plastic. Colin is well known for his unique take on Cornish culture through his popular Youtube channel. Several of his videos have gone viral, including"Grand Theft Cornwall",a parody of the well known game and "Cornish Is", made popular by Scott Mills on Radio 1.