Comedy comes alive at The Playhouse
Harlow Playhouse / Thu 9th Jan 2014 at 10:15am
THE highly successful show, Live at the Playhouse returns with another phenomenal line-up of cutting edge comedy on Saturday 8th February 2014.
The unique line-up includes the legendary Adam Bloom, unconventional Keith Fernan, magician and comedian Pete Firman, and the fantastic Matthew Osborn. The evening will be compered by the brilliant, Dan Evans.
With a hugely talented roster of comedians to tickle all taste buds, laughter is guaranteed. The night will include a variety of magical, observational and alternative comedy, making it the perfect night out for all comedy fans.
Pete Firman is the star of The Magicians (BBC One), Dirty Tricks (Channel 4) and has also appeared on Derren Brown’s 3D Magic Spectacular. This has all led to The Daily Telegraph describing him as ‘The new poster-boy for British comedy magic’.
Keith Farnan is an Irish comedian and former lawyer who has travelled the globe with his stand-up – from Montreal to Hong Kong. He has appeared on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and his show Money, Money, Money: Keith Farnan Versus The Economy was adapted into a 40 minute comedy documentary for RTE 2 (Ireland’s National Television). “Brilliant, thought-provoking and laugh out loud funny” Time Out
Adam Bloom is one of Britain’s most inventive comedians, performing sell out shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 1996, he never fails to amuse an audience. He has also written three hugely successful series of ‘The Problem with Adam Bloom’ for BBC Radio 4. Adam has been categorised in ‘the premier league of comedy’ by The Independent.
Matthew Osborn provides a well-crafted comedy performance, with perfectly timed and outrageously funny gags. He is the winner of numerous accreditations such as So You Think You’re Funny in 2002, Chortle’s Best Newcomer in 2003 and also British Comedian of the Year in 2009. “Osborn delivers with clarity, precision and a fine sense of how each line should be timed” Chortle
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