The Fringe favourites are back. Sorta sketch comedy but sorta in a cool way? Ha ha. Just relax baby, why you getting so tense? Writers of critically-acclaimed BBC Radio 4 series The East Coast Listening Post. Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominees. As seen on The Windsors (Channel 4), This Country (BBC Three) and The Mash Report (BBC Two). 'Comedy that shuns conventions and is forging its own unique comedic identity' **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine). 'Everything sketch shows should be - odd, inventive, silly and lots of fun' ***** (Mirror). **** (Sunday Times).
A flawless hour of sketches interwoven with an internal narrative from Lazy Susan. The dynamic between the two is a joy as they dip in and out of some dark material and keep the laughs coming.
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