Checkley and Bush's Comedy Riot!

Checkley and Bush's Comedy Riot!. Image shows from L to R: Laura Checkley, Victoria Bush.

Show details

Music starring Laura Checkley and Victoria Bush that was performed at Just The Tonic at the Caves at 8:55pm for 1 hour, on the following days in August 2012.

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Venue details

88: Just The Tonic at the Caves

Alternative performances

These two women are very funny and should be ringed in the fringe programme with a little note saying 'book tickets ASAP' **** (ThreeWeeks). The brilliantly boisterous sketch duo Checkley and Bush are back funnier and bolder than ever with a brand new show. With dark witty sketches, snappy banter and kick arse song parodies their fast pace and charm will leave you feeling like you've had one of the best nights out of your life. Only to find you've woken up in between Frankie Cocozza and Denise Welch. So wrong, but oh so right! 'Joyfully Surreal' (Chortle.co.uk).

Reviews

Full press release

Finalists in the UK Funny Women Awards, Checkley and Bush are bringing their irreverent mixture of black comedy, sharp modern wit and show-stopping numbers to the Edinburgh Fringe.

Following a very successful debut run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2010, the brilliantly boisterous sketch duo Checkley and Bush are back for a second year with a brand new comedy sketch show that's funnier and bolder than ever.

With dark sketches, snappy banter and kick-arse song parodies, Checkley and Bush's fast pace and charm will leave you feeling like you've had one of the best nights out of your life, only to find you've woken up inbetween Frankie Cocozza and Denise Welch. So wrong, but oh so right!

"A fantastically diverse sketch show...thick with original sketches, gender bending and fantastic vocals... a necessity for those who don't take life too seriously." ScotsGay

"Hilarious... To put it simply, these two women are very funny, and definitely should be ringed in the Fringe Programme with a little note saying 'book tickets asap'." Three Weeks

"Joyfully surreal and delivered with such energising oomph they bring to mind the ridiculous filmed scenes that punctuate Vic & Bob's Shooting Stars." Chortle

"Madcap impressions and a genius Lambada" The List