The Good Friday Show
2 Northdown, London.
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
The Good Friday Show is your new favourite comedy night. Our very first show has a belter of a line up! Joining 2Northdown's resident MC Garrett Millerick is 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner for Best Show - Richard Gadd, Micky Overman, Mat Ewins, and Felicity Ward!
But this is no normal comedy show, after the show the venue will stay open for an exclusive club night hosted by the fabulous Felicity Ward! Join Felicity as she DJs and party and dance the night away like there’s no tomorrow!
Not sold yet? Then read more about these amazing acts below:
Richard won the 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show with MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DO.
"Taking the audience to a place most comics would be afraid to go…in a unique, brilliant and hysterically funny way” ????? The Skinny
“A brave, funny and frankly magnificent piece of work” ????? Fest
“Stunning, boundary-pushing comedy that will leave you exhilarated and a little bit broken” ????? TV Bomb
“A thoughtful and highly original examination of masculinity” ????? The Arts Desk
“The young Scot’s charisma and commitment to his art are extraordinary…Gadd is a true one off with what could well be a glittering future ahead of him” ???? Daily Telegraph
“A finale that is unexpectedly direct and moving. In a city full of comedians addressing their mental health issues, this is the riskiest and oddest and most memorable of the lot” ???? The Times
“Undeniably compelling…it’s strong stuff, and courageous” ???? The Guardian
“The rawness of the story, the overwhelming experience of the multimedia presentation, and Gadd’s exceptional performance mean this is a show that will stay with you” ???? Chortle
“Richard Gadd is the real deal. He’s a comic with vision, and the ability to execute it” ???? London is Funny
Australian comic & actor, Felicity Ward has taken the British Comedy scene by storm. Having headlined ‘Live From the BBC’ for BBC Two and appearing on ‘Mock The Week’ (BBC Two), ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ (BBC3), ‘Alan Davies’ As Yet Untitled’ (Dave), BBC3’s ‘Red Button Comedy’, ‘The John Bishop Show’ (BBC1) as well as regularly contributing to ‘Make You Laugh Out Loud’ (Ch 5) and ‘Sam Delaney’s News Thing’ (Russia Today). Plus, more exciting appearances in Josh Widdicombe’s BBC3 sitcom Josh, Channel 4’s Digital Hijack and a quick dash back across the Atlantic to star in ‘Ronny Chieng: International Student’, sitcom for ABC which is now airing on BBC Three.
In 2015 Felicity stormed the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with solo show, ‘What if There is No Toilet?’, earning the 3rd highest reviewed show of the festival and went on to win the award for Best International Show at the New Zealand Comedy Festival the following year. Back again on UK soil, Felicity took her hotly anticipated follow-up solo show, ‘50% More Likely to Die’, to the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and followed up with her first ever UK tour.
????? The Mirror, The List, One4Review, Funny Women, Nine More Than None and Fresh Air
???? The Times, The Guardian, The Herald, The Sunday Times, Chortle, Time Out, Edinburgh Festivals, Three Weeks, TV Bomb, The Skinny, Beyond The Joke, Broadway Baby, Fest Mag and WOW247
" cracking hour of nonsense comedy [elevated] into something else: a declaration of independence from serious-mindedness; a hymn to doodling, daftness and the imagination unplugged. It’s a blast." Guardian
"Nothing this Fringe has made me laugh more" Times
"I laughed more in this show than in many this Fringe" Independent
"Refused to explain where the rest of the cast were, merely claiming they were dead" ThreeWeeks
Finalist Funny Women - 2016
Finalist Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year - 2016
Chortle New Comedian Of the Year Nominee
Plus everyon'e favourite resident MC....