Patrick Spicer (Nominee - Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2018, Finalist - Amused Moose New Comic - 2019, Writer/Star - BBC3) is a self-destructive drinker, anxiety ridden hypochondriac, and childhood drug-taker, who lost his virginity just in time for it to still be humiliating.
Sex, drugs, alcohol, disease, and bloke-ing out. Frowning at a laptop in November 2019, Patrick thinks by February he will have the makings of the makings of a show about that. Come along and see the childish optimism of the past meet the reckoning brutality of the future, in the form of silly jokes from a sensitive idiot.
Following on from Patrick's sell out shows at last year's VAULT and Edinburgh festivals, this work-in-progress hour will preview new ideas and routines in the development of his much anticipated Edinburgh 2020 debut hour. Much of this new material will be coherent, punchy, and more than justify the price of admission, and the remainder will balance things out to an absolutely reasonable fee.Book Now
In his relatively short time performing comedy, Patrick has quickly become one of the most exciting acts on the UK comedy circuit, performing regularly in professional comedy clubs in London and across the UK.
In 2019 he took his first solo show ("Now I've Seen Anything") to VAULT, Brighton, Hastings, and Edinburgh festivals, and is now working on his much anticipated 2020 debut hour.
He has written and starred in online sketch comedy featured on BBC Three, BBC iPlayer, and The Hook, garnering many millions of views.Book Now
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I want your soul. Seriously. "Highton has the storytellers gift" **** Steve Bennett - Chortle. "Wonderful" The Guardian. "Plenty to laugh at" Time Out
Irish star from BBC’s ‘Blame Game’, ‘Monumental’ and fluffer for Netflix's ‘Flinch’. Strap in, you’re gonna love it! ‘Accomplished... always funny’ (Broadway Baby), ‘Impressive... a stand-up natural... Masterful’ ★★★★ (Chortle)
GENDERS & NON GENDERS come smell the prevailing winds of HUMAN toxicity in the air and plunge your human meat gloves into this zeitgeist pavlova as we gently take each other by the frontal cortex and ascend into the sparkling mind satchel of comedian Paul Victor Currie.
|Saturday 21 March||Sat 21 Mar||21:45||£7.50||Venue: The Cockatiel Club @ Hello Darling||Book Now|
"Cheekiness, silliness, tongue in cheek" - Steve Bennett, Chortle (2019)
"Gloriously, wonderfully silly" - Angel Comedy
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