Adam Riches (Work in Progress)

Adam Riches

Sun 12th Mar
17:15 (
60 mins)
Character Comedy / New Writing / Work In Progress
Tickets from £8.00
Venue: The Spacement at The Glitch
Age Guidance: 18+

Hi. I’m Adam. I do comedy. Sometimes on my own. Sometimes involving the audience.

I’ve written some brand new scripts for some brand new shows that I’d really love to hear out loud. Trouble is, some of them feature more than one character and despite being a “once in a lifetime generational talent with the raw natural ability to transport audiences up, out of their seats, straight into the vestibule”, it might make a little more sense if I ask you to read those parts instead?

Don’t worry. Nothing too strenuous. I’ll be doing most of the heavy lifting as I’m a fully (un)trained professional. I just thought it could be a fun, new way to see a work in progress and hey, who knows? You might even enjoy it.

So long as you don’t eff up all over my oeuvre that is…


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Adam Riches

Comedian, actor and writer, Adam Riches, is one of the most celebrated talents in comedy having been nominated for The Times South Bank Show Breakthrough award, three Chortle Awards and was also named Time Out Comedy’s Person of the Year. He won the Edinburgh Comedy Award for his show Bring Me the Head of Adam Riches in 2011, and went on to spin swingballs with reckless abandon around the world, including at the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Festival.

On television he has appeared in Detectorists (BBC4), Horrible Histories (CBBC), Top Coppers (BBC3), Drunk History (Comedy Central), The Last Leg (Channel 4) and 8 Out of 10 Cats does Countdown (Channel 4) as Sean Bean. He also wrote and performed two series of The Guns of Adam Riches for BBC Radio 4 and created the spoof comedy podcast The Pod of Maximum Damage.

Press & Reviews

Praise for Adam Riches

"There's no-one quite like him"

***** Independent

***** Scotsman

***** Time Out

***** Telegraph

***** Chortle



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