Mock The Week star Sara Pascoe set for Harlow Playhouse
News / Sun 26th Oct 2014 pm31 03:53pm
SARA PASCOE, star of Mock The Week and countless other programmes is coming to the Harlow Playhouse.
As part of her UK tour that started in Brighton on October 24th, the comedienne will be taking to the studio theatre in Harlow to showcase her comedic talents that have seen her become a regular on the television.
With a comedy brain that leaps from stimulating arguments onto abstract confabulation with lumpy doses of openness, honesty and earnestness, Sara shares her romantic history, existential theory and cultural insights.
Sara is one of the most accomplished comedians in the country having made her debut in 2008. She already boasts an impressive array of TV credits including regular roles in the BAFTA nominated Twenty Twelve (BBC2), Campus (C4), Free Agents (C4), FIT (CBBC) and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (C4), and has played guest leads in the BAFTA winning comedy The Thick of It (BBC2), W1A (BBC2) and Being Human (BBC3). She was also a series regular on Stand Up For the Week (C4), and has appeared on Live at the Apollo (BBC1), Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Mock the Week (BBC), Pointless (BBC) and Don’t Sit on the Front Row (Sky Atlantic).
Sara Pascoe vs History received a series of four and five stars at the Edinburgh Festival this August on the way to receiving a nomination for the Fosters Comedy Award Best Show.
She has received widespread critical acclaim for her previous shows, Sara Pascoe the Musical and Sara Pascoe Vs The Truth. Sara has subsequently toured the latter across Australia and New Zealand, including at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and has been commissioned for a pilot by BBC Radio 4.