Edinburgh Previews: Adam Hess & Tiff Stevenson
ARTS CAFÉ: Rowed Seating. Arrive early for the best seats. Please contact us if you have specific access requirements.
Ages 16+ // Doors 7:00pm // Show 7:30pm
This event is for over 16s only - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.
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For the third year running, Komedia Bath is proud to present the very best rising stars in stand-up with a whole month of Edinburgh Fringe Previews!
FLO & JOAN
Flo & Joan are a British-born, Toronto-based musical comedy duo. The piano/percussion pair have already headlined and played to sold-out audiences across North America and internationally, so we are delighted to welcome them to Bath for the very first time!
They took their debut show Victory Flaps to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, where it received a number of four- and five-star reviews, and was announced as one of the Top 10 shows at the Fringe in the Amused Moose Comedy Awards.
“If Flanders & Swann and Flight of the Conchords and Garfunkel & Oates had a six-way time-travelling gang-bang that somehow mixed all their DNA, the offspring might end up sounding something like Flo and Joan.” – Steve Bennett, Chortle
Ed Gamble is a stand-up comedian, writer and actor. He most recently starred in BBC America’s Almost Royal, a “cult US hit” (The Independent), which is soon returning to the screens for a second season.
Ed has appeared on some of the UK’s most popular TV Shows such as Mock the Week (BBC Two), Man Down (Channel 4), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC Two) and Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Two), as well as presenting radio shows for BBC Radio One and BBC Radio Four. He won the prestigious Chortle award for Best Compere in 2014.
Prior to this, Ed was co-writer and host of the iTunes-topping Peacock and Gamble Podcast as part of his double-act with comedian Ray Peacock.
Don’t miss the chance to see Ed try out new material for his next Edinburgh Fringe show.
“An ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny” – The Guardian