Hooray Cabaret Presents... Jiggles & Giggles!
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- Paper Dress Vintage
COMEDY LOVERS! Hooray Cabaret are putting on a series of Edinburgh Fringe comedy previews at the quirky and wonderful Paper Dress Vintage in Hackney, with a touch of burlesque of course.
This month, the GIGGLES come from...
JOEY PAGE: IMAJOENARY
Joey Page is a dashing and surreal comedian with arms, legs and a face. He is best known for his work on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, BBC 3's Comedy Marathon and Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy.
In this hour long EdFringe preview 'Imajoenary', Joey, 31, has moved out of his mum's and is worried about the apocalypse, heartburn and white van men who smoke outside his window. He is in awe of washing machines and wants to escape reality. Have a swim around inside his head for an hour, the water's fine and there's a wicked slide.
Joey has spent the last few years bouncing around the comedy circuit, supporting the likes of Josie Long, Noel Fielding, John Richardson and Simon Munnery. He has caught the eye of many a peer and punter...
“This innately likeable young man has an instinct for funny” (Chortle)
“A stylish comedian with a sonic imagination” (Noel Fielding)
KATE LUCAS: WHATEVER HAPPENED TO KATE LUCAS?
Award winning musical comedian Kate Lucas is known for her razor sharp and deliciously dark songs. She combines catchy melodies with original lyrics to showcase her playfully bitter musings on life.
In 2014 she took home the title for the prestigious Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year and her performances have been met with huge critical acclaim.
Kate has gone on to build a seriously impressive reputation on the circuit, storming it every weekend to packed out crowds at the country’s most famous comedy clubs including The Glee Clubs, The Comedy Café and Up the Creek. She’s also provided support for acts like Ed Byrne, Jo Brand, Omid Djalili and Harry Hill.
This summer Kate brings her debut show 'Whatever happened to Kate Lucas?' to the Edinburgh Fringe. On a particularly dull Tuesday afternoon multi-award winning musical comedian Kate Lucas thought she was moments from death. In her highly anticipated debut show, this deliciously dark rising star dissects her final thoughts.
"Delightfully crude…gleefully nasty" (Chortle)
"A razor sharp wit…a darkly comic mind" (Broadway Baby)
AND... this month, in a boylesque special, the JIGGLES are provided by Vince Moon and Dickie Dalliance!
|General Admission||19:30 - 22:00||£5.00|
Paper Dress Vintage, 352a, Mare Street, London, E8 1HR
Hackney Central (Rail)