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Cabaret at the end of the Universe – 81 Renshaw, Liverpool

Writer: Lee Hithersay Reviewer: Daryl Holden How could a piece that involves cabaret, a time machine and a strip-teasing squirrel be anything but an extraordinary night out? Cabaret at the end of the Universe aims to answer just that in agonising detail. Cabaret at the end of the Universe offers its debut performance in Liverpool, fresh from its sell-out run ...

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Thaddeus Bent’s Fear-tre of Fear – 81 Renshaw, Liverpool.

Writer: Thaddeus Bent Reviewer: Daryl Holden Imagine a world filled with tales of haunted sheds and breweries with the entrance to Hell itself beneath them. A world where madness and sanity go hand in hand. What you’re imagining, is a world of Thaddeus Bent’s design. From the moment Bent walks into the blackened room, holding the torch of a mobile ...

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Jim Alsbalstian’s (Post) Human Zoo – 81 Renshaw, Liverpool

two men behind bars

Devisers and Writers: Sean Stokes and Liam Hale Reviewer: Jamie Gaskin Is making people laugh a good enough reason to put someone on the preservation list when the world is doomed? That is the premise of this offering at the Liverpool Comedy Festival. This black-edged show moves at a frolicsome pace looking at several scenarios dealing with the subject of ...

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LIVERPOOL LAUGHS: Kate Jackson

Our Liverpool Laughs series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at the Liverpool Comedy Festival. Kate Jackson tells us about her show, which she will be performing at CUE Comedy. How would you describe your show in one sentence? A little insight into the mind of a single, late twenties nursing student. Is this your first ...

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LIVERPOOL LAUGHS: Viva Hypnosis

Our Liverpool Laughs series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at the Liverpool Comedy Festival. Simon Warner tells us about their showViva Hypnosis, which they will be performing at The Epstein Theatre. How would you describe your show in one sentence? Taking you on a rip-roaring, hilarious hypnotic trip to Las Vegas and beyond…an immersive, interactive ...

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LIVERPOOL LAUGHS: Gein’s Family Giftshop – Work in Progress

OurLiverpool Laughsseries offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at theLiverpool Comedy Festival. Gein's Family Giftshop tell us about their show, Work in Progress, which they will be performing atFunny Looking Fringe How would you describe your show in one sentence? Poo, blood, bums and the occasional bit of social commentary that goes largely unnoticed. Is this ...

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LIVERPOOL LAUGHS: Jonathan Murray – Cue Comedy

Our Liverpool Laughs series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at the Liverpool Comedy Festival. Jonathan Murray tells us about his show,Cue Comedy,which he will be performing atMurphys Town Hall How would you describe your show in one sentence? Working-class lad who grew up in a working-class area, giving his tales a feminine make-over Is this ...

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LIVERPOOL LAUGHS: Jack Ryan – Does Stand-Up – On Tour

Our Liverpool Laughs series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in- cheek insights into the offerings at the Liverpool Comedy Festival. Jack Ryan tells us about his show Does Stand Up - On Tour, which he will be performing at Constellations. How would you describe your show in one sentence? You should probably pick up some Tenna Ladies en-route! Is this ...

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