Adam Flood: Clayhead Remolded

Adam Flood

Wed 22nd Feb - Tue 28th Feb
18:30 (
60 mins)
Fun / Funny / Stand-Up
Tickets from £8.00
Venue: The Basement at Vaulty Towers
Age Guidance: 15+

‘Ay up, it’s me (fella doing this show). And let me say, from the bottom of my heart, how’s it going?.

“Clayhead” was my 45-min work in progress show, or WIP for those short on time, about reinvention – and yes, sure it got nominated for Best Edinburgh Show in the Amused Moose Awards for 2022.

Be that as it may, my debut hour show will be that show rewritten, reinvented…. or basically not that. I don’t know yet. Will I ever know? Yeah, but not until one day before I do this first preview.’

Winner Bath Festival New Comedian of the Year 2022 & BBC New Comedy Award nominee 2019.

★★★★ “unexpected darts of deft hilarity” – Lancashire Post

“That rare comedian that can do silly as well as he does pure stand up – a true talent” Eshaan Akbar


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Wed 22nd Feb
The Basement at Vaulty Towers
Vaulty Towers
34 Lower Marsh
Tue 28th Feb
The Basement at Vaulty Towers
Vaulty Towers
34 Lower Marsh

Adam Flood

Award winning comedian Adam Flood is a stand-up, writer, actor and (failed) musician.

Originally from Stoke-on-trent, Adam started stand-up in 2018 and in one year was nominated for the BBC New Comedy Award in 2019, performing live on BBC Radio 4. Throughout the 2020 lockdowns he made online sketches across the handle @floodhaha racking hundreds of thousands of views. Navigating the government rules around performing live, he hosted live comedy shows from a barber shop window into the street attracting crowds of hundreds each show featuring comics such as Josie Long, Eshaan Akbar and Sam Campbell.

Back on the circuit, in 2022 he won Bath Festival New Act of the Year, was a finalist in the NATYs and was runner-up in Leicester square Sketch Off with his sketch duo Dregs.

Adam’s first 45-minute work in progress during Edinburgh 2022 was a breakout success. Selling over 1,000 tickets, the show Adam Flood: Clayhead was nominated for Most Outstanding Show in the Amused Moose Comedy Awards and was nominated for best poster in the Comedy Poster Awards, all setting him up for an exciting debut hour in 2023.

He is a high-energy, observational comedian with a twist of the surreal using enthusiastic act outs, vocal effects, samples, short songs and crowd work to keep the audience on their toes.

As an actor he has been in two yet to be released comedy shorts with executive producer Hannah Moulder, one short starring Amy Gledhill and the other starring Luke McQueen and Nick Helm.

Press & Reviews

★★★★ “unexpected darts of deft hilarity” - Lancashire Post


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