Comedy |
19th May 2017

Ed Night: Anthem for Doomed Youth

Is there any hope for young people? Are unpaid internships really worse than The Somme? Following a string of well-received work in progress shows, eczema freak and hotly tipped newcomer Ed Night seeks to find out in this anticipated debut hour.

Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Nominee 2017

Runner Up – Piccadilly Comedy Club New Act of the Year 2016

3rd Place – So You Think You're Funny? 2015


“An amazing assurance and confidence in his delivery and some really well-written jokes… I can't wait to see his debut hour” – The Scotsman

“This is a man going places… there's no mistaking his ability. He's a natural.” – TV Bomb

“Deliciously dry and astute observational humour with spot on delivery; Ed Night is effortlessly cool.” – FringeBiscuit

“Ingenious visual gags… there's no questioning his crafty intelligence” – Chortle

“Clearly one to watch” – Beyond the Joke


19th May 2017

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