Charming new sketch group seek friendly audience for the transfer of their Edinburgh debut. Looking to share one hour of passion followed by a lifetime of mutual appreciation. 25 cleverly crafted sketches in 55 minutes from an ensemble with chemistry that would impress your old A-Level teacher. What do you want from comedy? Just These, Please (the best things in suits since you got with Alan from accounts at the Christmas party).
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Just These, Please is a group who are passionate and committed in every aspect of their content. They create comedy content for stage and screen as writers, actors, comedians and improvisers.
Their Edinburgh debut at Gilded Balloon in 2018 went down a storm but the kind of storm where you're inside and safe and warm. And also laughing. They sold 88% of their run, received rave reviews and sweated through too many suits to count.
Just These, Please write, edit, direct and develop all their own content and are made up of exceptionally intelligent people who write their own blurb introductions:
Philippa Carson sounds like “fill up a car, son.” It also refers to the Dublin born actress, award-winning film editor and comedy improviser known for her roles in NewsRevue (Underbelly, 2018), Anti Matter (Kaleidoscope Ent. 2017) and Becoming Mohammed (Pleasance, 2017). Philippa trained at Columbia College Chicago, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and hates being cold with an (ironically) fiery passion.
Georgie Jones is an actor, poet and crisp fanatic originally from a small town in Lincolnshire. Her performance style has been described as ‘delightfully dry’ which, for someone who sports a sweaty palm more often than not, she will take as a compliment. Georgie is currently developing her full-length spoken word show ISH which debuted at the Roundhouse to five star reviews.
William Sebag-Montefiore trained at Central, studied English Lit at Newcastle University and did quite well in his Year 6 SATs. His recent acting credits include Poldark (BBC) and Shakespeare Within The Abbey (Shakespeare’s Globe). He has written for Newsjack, NewsRevue and just for the love of it, you know?
Tom Dickson is a solicitor who enjoys wearing tartan, writing sketches and travelling. He studied English Lit at Newcastle University and his theatrical endeavours include Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Northern Stage), The Lonesome West (The Cluny)
Jack Mosedale has played The
Georgie Jones: ISH (Roundhouse), Poetry Take Away (Berkshire Show) & Cleaner (RichMix)
Philippa Carson: NewsRevue (Underbelly), Cat's Mother (Wildcard) & Anti Matter (Kaleidoscope Ent.)
William Sebag-Montefiore: Poldark (BBC), Newsjack (Radio 4) & Shakespeare Within The Abbey (Shakespeare's Globe)
Jack Mosedale: NewsRevue (Underbelly), MOTHER (Canal Cafe Theatre) & Yes, Prime Minister (Swanage Rep)
Tom Dickson: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Northern Stage) & The Lonesome West (The Cluny)
London Live Post ★★★★★ 'very clever writing'
The Wee Review ★★★★ 'tightly written and packed with jokes'
Beyond The Joke ★★★★ 'pitch perfect performances in this tight, hilarious hour of sketch comedy'
London Theatre 1 ★★★★ 'delightful production is silly with a capital S, and fun with a capital F'
UK Theatre Network ★★★★ 'a slick show of sketches'
'staggeringly talented' - Lucy Porter
'brilliant, very funny' - Christopher Biggins
'super slick' NewsRevue's Emma Taylor