Bad Bitches Comedy
22nd - 24th July

Thursday 22nd

Thick n Fast & Jenny Kassner 

Work in Progress 

 

Thick n Fast 

Thick ‘n’ Fast are comedy theatre double act, Cassie Symes and Georgina Thomas. Two young women with carnal energy and sensible footwear. They write and perform comedy theatre that punches up.
‘This duo should be on Netflix’ – The Spectator

 

Jenny Kassner 

29, 5’’2’, less than a mile away 

Alumni of the Soho Theatre Young Comedy, So You Think You’re Funny 2018 semi-finalist, and 2Northdown New Act semi-finalist 2019. Talking mostly about social failure, being a European girl in a post-Brexit world, and Star Wars, this is the droid you’re looking for! 

 

Join London’s most exciting new talent for a double bill of new material, but ultimately, CoMEdY.

Ticket Information

Performances start 7:30pm

Tickets

£10 Full Price

£8 Concessions

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Friday 23rd

Double Bill

I Miss Amy Winehouse WIP - Suchandrika Chakrabarti

Ellipsis - Isabelle Farah

7.30-9.30

 

I Miss Amy Winehouse WIP

I Miss Amy Winehouse is the first solo hour from new comedian Suchandrika Chakrabarti (Funny Women Stage Awards semi-finalist 2020, British Comedy Guide Pro Performance Awards finalist 2020, as heard on Radio 4 Extra). It’s been 10 years since Amy Winehouse died. Suchandrika is a fan who spent her youth partying in Camden, North London, but sadly never got to meet her musical hero. She’ll take you back in time to put that right. Along the way, you’ll get to explore all the wonderful and sticky joys that Camden at the turn of the century had to offer. This is what it was like to witness the end of an era.

 

Ellipsis

Standup comedy is the outlet that keeps you sane, but the nature of the game is to turn your life into punchlines. How can you be funny when all you’re feeling is all-consuming sadness?

“In some ways I wanted my therapist to come and watch me to see how FUCKING HILARIOUS I AM and in others I thought how odd it would be performing to someone who’s seen so far behind my mask. Would he even find it funny or just sit there knowing what I was hiding?”

Ellipsis explores how to deal with grief, be authentic, and still be funny.