Announcing the SOUTH LONDON COMEDY FESTIVAL 2023! Streatham Space Project’s annual comedy festival packed with Edinburgh Fringe previews, new material and mixed-bills. Featuring top-notch talent, including: Jenny Eclair, Paul Chowdhry, Sikisa, Chloe Petts and more…
Avalon Presents Edinburgh Previews: PAUL CHOWDHRY & ELEANOR TIERNAN
Monday 17th July | 7.30pm Paul Chowdhry | 9pm Eleanor Tiernan
Leading comedy agent Avalon presents a special night of Edinburgh Previews with Paul Chowdhry (Live at the Apollo) and Eleanor Tiernan (BBC3’s Stand Up For Live Comedy). Your ticket gets your access to both shows!
Jenny Eclair: Sixty Plus! (FFS!) – Tour Warm-up
Wednesday 19th July, 7.30pm
Having hit 60 (but still a year younger than Madonna), Jenny Eclair AKA ‘The Face of Vagisan’ confronts a new decade of decrepitude. Now that it takes 20 minutes of scrolling down to find her DOB when she’s filling in forms online, should she celebrate or crawl into a hole? What will her 60’s hold for this 1960’s babe and is it a legal requirement to buy Nordic walking poles?
Chloe Petts: work-in-progress
Thursday 20th July, 7.30pm
Come and see the inexhaustibly funny mind of rising comedy star, Chloe Petts, as she presents her newest material! Shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Award and finalist of Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards 2017.
Jen Ives: work-in-progress
Thursday 20th July, 9pm
After a sold-out run at Edinburgh Fringe in 2022 with ‘Peak Trans’ Jen returns with a new, work-in-progress show about being really sexy & cool.
Avalon Presents Edinburgh Previews: PAUL CHOWDHRY & ROB AUTON
Monday 24th July | 7.30pm Paul Chowdhry | 9pm Rob Auton
Avalon returns with more Edinburgh Previews from Paul Chowdhry (Live at the Apollo) and Rob Auton ( ‘A genuine original’ – Guardian)
Sikisa: Words in Progress
Thursday 27th July, 7.30pm
Back from doing her acclaimed debut hour, Sikisa (Live at the Apollo) is here with a new show and she is worried about words! She always thinks she says the wrong thing at the wrong time but asks the question – can you live in the modern world without speaking the language?