Thünderbards: The Best Of

Intelligent stupidity from a critically acclaimed sketch duo.

Critically-acclaimed sketch duo Thünderbards present an hour of the very best material from their four sell-out Edinburgh Fringe shows from 2013-2017. Their gag-laden comedy is filled with their trademark off-beat jokes, fast-paced sketches and overwhelming politeness. With a potent combination of heartfelt absurdity, high-concept silliness and sweat-drenched toil, Thünderbards will stop at nothing to make your day great again.

Starring Glenn Moore (BBC Two’s ‘Mock The Week’) and Matt Stevens (BBC Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’).

★★★★ (The List, The Telegraph, Broadway Baby, ThreeWeeks)

“Hugely entertaining” (Daily Mail)

“Laugh out loud funny” (The Scotsman)

“Without Question one of the funniest sketch acts on the Fringe” (GQ Magazine)

“Brilliantly performed and hysterically written” (The List)

This performance takes place at the Waterloo East Theatre. Please see the Your Visit page for the address and directions.

Tickets will go off-sale online one hour before the performance commences, but may still be available on the door from the Waterloo East Theatre Box Office.

Comedy
1hr 00m
Waterloo East Theatre
24 Jan — 07 Feb 21:15
£9.50
12+
21:15
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Dates

About the company

Thünderbards formed in 2012 and have since enjoyed four sell out Edinburgh Fringe shows as well as radio an television appearances and national tours. Glenn Moore is an established stand-up comedian, regularly appearing at the top clubs in the UK. Matt Stevens is a touring improvisational comedian, having enjoyed sell-out shows with his group ‘Do Not Adjust Your Stage’, at festivals from Barcelona to New York and Stockholm to Paris.

Press & Reviews

Praise for Thunderbards

★★★★ (The List, The Telegraph, Broadway Baby, ThreeWeeks)

“Hugely entertaining” (Daily Mail)

“Laugh out loud funny” (The Scotsman)

“Without Question one of the funniest sketch acts on the Fringe” (GQ Magazine)

""Tight, punchy...solidly funny"" (The Guardian)

“Brilliantly performed and hysterically written” (The List)"