Ayesha Hazarika and Alice Marshall

Cutty Sark, Greenwich.

Ayesha Hazarika and Alice Marshall

Comedic political commentator Ayesha Hazarika and character comedy expert Alice Marshall perform brand new material at Cutty Sark Theatre before they hit the Edinburgh Fringe. 

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This event is for over 16s only - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £13.20 (£12.00)

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Ayesha Hazarika: Girl on Girl

As seen on Matt Forde’s Unspun (Dave), Ayesha Hazarika, MBE, started her career as a stand-up comedian playing clubs across the country. She then took what she thought was a natural diversion into the Labour Party as a Special Adviser working for Gordon Brown, Harriet Harman and Ed Miliband. 

Since leaving front line politics, Ayesha has been busy with touring her hugely successful debut show, State of The Nation, becoming a much sought-after commentator writing for the likes of Guardian, Evening Standard, as well as Grazia and making regular appearances on various TV and radio shows such as Good Morning Britain (ITV), Sky Papers (Sky News), The Andrew Marr Show (BBC1), Newsnight (BBC2), The Agenda (ITV) and The Today Programme (BBC Radio4). 

Ayesha is now working up a brand-new show, ahead of taking it to the Edinburgh Fringe this year as well as hitting the road again on tour! 

“One of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out for” The Metro

 “Hazarika is an acute observer of the political world” Arts Desk April 2017

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Alice Marshall: The Strike

WINNER of Best Comedy Show at Brighton Fringe 2017

This year's show sees Alice Marshall return with more of her signature weird and wonderful characters, and this time they're transporting you all the way to the fifth dimension. Join bold and brassy Hispanic air stewardess Maria - once dubbed 'the angriest woman in the skies' - as she welcomes the audience on-board for their 50-minute non-stop flight straight into the Twilight Zone.

Shortly after 'take off', the audience experience one hell of a lightning strike, and the plane careers through an unknown universe, throwing up a vast array of bizarre and delightful characters along the way. Forget everything you know about air travel - this is a journey with a difference. 

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