Bec & Tom's Awesome Laundry

Bec & Tom's Awesome Laundry. Image shows from L to R: Tom Goodliffe, Bec Hill. Copyright: Avalon Television.

Show details

Sketch show starring Bec Hill and Tom Goodliffe that was performed at Gilded Balloon Teviot at 11am for 50 minutes, on the following days in August 2013.

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Venue details

14: Gilded Balloon Teviot

Alternative performances

Oh pants! It's laundry day! But Bec ('side-splittingly funny' ThreeWeeks) and Tom ('clever gags and bumbling charm' Scotsman) have other ideas*. Join the puerile pair in a world of silliness, make-believe and bad celebrity impersonations. A sketch show for cool kids by childish adults. *Warning: Ideas may contain awesomeness.

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Full press release

Oh pants! It's laundry day and EVERYONE is at the laundrette! Most adults would wait quietly for a washing machine, but Bec and Tom have other ideas*. Join the puerile pair in a world of silliness, make-believe and bad celebrity impersonations. It's a sketch show for cool kids by childish adults.

*WARNING: Ideas may contain awesomeness.

Bec Hill and Tom Goodliffe met at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe and recently began performing as a duo at Comedy Club 4 Kids, where their upbeat tomfoolery and absurd antics proved popular with children and grown-ups alike. Awesome Laundry is their debut full-length show together and blends double-act banter, inspiring creativity and a dash of slapstick.

Bec is an Australian comedian who has gained worldwide attention with her YouTube and Twitter presence, as well as her acclaimed solo Festival shows. Her arts-and-crafts approach to comedy earned her a place at this year's Sky Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in Kilkenny, where she performed with David O'Doherty for the Kitten Club children's shows. Tom is a British stand-up, writer, presenter and big friendly nerd. He's supported The Boy With Tape on his Face on tour and has written and performed two successful solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. He regularly performs stand-up comedy to audiences of adults, although some of them could really do with babysitting... by marines.