In 2008 Katie Holmes didn't reprise her role as Rachel Dawes in the acclaimed Batman Begins follow up, The Dark Knight. Instead she chose to make the movie "Mad Money", which was both a critical and commercial flop. In this stand-up show Maddie Campion argues that Katie Holmes made the right decision.
Join her in this show about career choices, capitalism and billionaires. Maddie Campion is a "very inventive and dry writer" **** (Funny Women), has "fresh-faced delivery and a sprinkling of quirkiness" (The List), and a previous show was described as "a show like no other" (Daily Info). She's previously been shortlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award and appeared on BBC Three.Book Now
Maddie Campion has previously been shortlisted for the BBC New Comedy Award, was a Funny Women Regional Finalist, came Runner Up in the Made in Kent Comedy Final and is a LS New Comedian and 2Northdown New Act semi-finalist. She has previously performed at festivals including the Edinburgh Fringe, Women in Comedy Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival, Brighton Fringe and the Oxford Comedy Festival.Book Now
One woman stand-up show about a 30-something living her best life...or is she? Kate is in a bit of a state - 8 of them in fact.
Beth Vyse returns as Olive Hands in this work in progress show: The Hands Have It! where she finds herself running for leader of the Western world.
Join Lyle Barke for a series of embarrassing and often sordid tales and Joshua Mason Wood; a depthless yet endearing hot sexy mess of a man he seamlessly combines observational comedy with tightly written story telling.
Join Nigel Ng (as seen on Mock the Week, Romesh Presents, and Comedy Central's Roast Battle) as he road-tests material for a brand-new show. Best Newcomer Nominee in the Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2019, and tipped as 'One To Watch' in 2019 by Chortle. "Observational humour at its best" - Voice ★★★★
|Wednesday 26 February||Wed 26 Feb||18:45||£7.50||Venue: Vaulty Towers - Lower Marsh||Book Now|
Funny Women **** "Very inventive and dry writer"
The List "fresh faced delivery and sprinkling of quirkiness"
Daily Info "a show like no other"
National Student "10 up-and-coming comedians to look out for at the  fringe"
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