Pheheheoenix Fridays ON TOUR!
SIDWELL STREET BAKEHOUSE
Fri 24 Sep 2021
Doors 7.30pm | Start 8pm
Booking online for this event will close at 5pm on Fri 24 Sep. After this point, a limited amount of tickets will be available to purchase on the door from 7.30pm at the Sidwell Street Bakehouse, 178-179 Sidwell Street, on a first come first serve basis.
PHEHEOENIX FRIDAYS IS BACK! and we’re on TOUR! Come for the same big LOLs, fantastic South West based comedians and the usual comedy chaos brought to you by the hostess with the mostess, Charlotte Evans.
Hosted by Charlotte Evans
Having only started comedy in 2018 Burt has gained widespread acclaim both during his 2021 Edinburgh show “I’ve Not Hear Of You Either” and at comedy clubs around the country. Cerebral, silly and everything in between expect punchlines aplenty from this exciting new comic.
“Beautifully crafted” ** THE SCOTSMAN
“the funniest, most unlikely, rudest yet sweetest” ** – ENTERTAINMENT NOW
No, you’re not mistaken, this comedian is wearing a dog collar. It’s holy mischief-maker, Rev Maggy Whitehouse and she’s one irreverent reverend. Finalist: Bath Comedy Festival New Act Award, Finalist: Funny Women Awards. Stand by for miracles, mystery, mayhem and extracting the Archangel Michael out of religious bigotry. Atheists welcome. No unicorns.
Maggy specialises in taking the piss out of religion from inside the box. ‘A witty presence, acknowledging her unusual place in an atheist-dominated comedy circuit, with an excellent comeback to hecklers,’ Steve Bennett, Chortle, 2017.
Maggy has more than 30 years’ experience as a radio and television journalist and documentaries presenter and producer. ‘Terrifying,’ Alan Bookbinder, head of BBC Religion and Ethics 2001-6.
So far as a comedian, somewhat annoyingly, she is mostly on Radio 4 and in the Sunday Telegraph #TooPoshForComedy?