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February 2018

The Alasdair Beckett-King Mysteries

February 7 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Alasdair Beckett-King is a legendary comedian, in that there is little historical evidence he exists. But he does exist. He was Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017 and his debut show tackles the conundrums of impending extinction and vegan flimflam. Come and see it, please. "Alasdair Beckett-King is a nice man" ***** (EdFestMag) "A singular and truly distinct act" **** (The Scotsman) - "This is a comedy show" **** (One4Review)

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The Fact is this is Tom Little – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Tom Little was the 2015 Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and a 2014 BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist. This show is apparently the best of everything he's done since he started comedy. It's about geese, karate, peanuts, confusion, Sonic the Hedgehog, laboured points, obscure references, less obscure references, a pun, screaming, pineapples, another pun, a cow and more. "Gut wrenchingly funny" Fringe Review. "Hilarious" The Mirror

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Samantha Baines – Work in progress fun

February 11 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Brand new comedy from award-winning comedian Samantha Baines (Call the Midwife, UK Pun Championship Finalist 2017, BBC Radio 4). This year she's exploring science of sound in this work in progress showing. "One of the ones to watch" (Evening Standard). "Very funny" (BeyondTheJoke.co.uk). "One of the punniest comedians in the land" (Metro) "infectiously funny" (Culturised) "Samantha Baines will make you laugh until you cry" (The Brighton Journal)

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George Rigden – Love plus none – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 11 @ 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Are you lonely? Shy? Hate being picked on? Do you worry you're fundamentally unlovable? Then this probably isn't the show for you. Impossibly arrogant lothario & all-round great guy GEORGE RIGDEN (Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year nominee 2017) uses his abrasive brand of Musical Comedy to show YOU how to attract potential suitors. No refunds/nerds. "Deliciously Dark" - Bruce Dessau Beyond The Joke "Very Funny Stuff" - Steve Bennett Chortle

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Amy Howerska – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 12 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Howerska has released her inner Goddess!... she's a lazy nightmare, that might be holding her back, not ideal when it's time to start popping out sprogs, sadly her goddess prefers gin and cockapoos to toddlers, best tell society then. Howerska brings her sell-out Edinburgh show to Leicester. **** THE Australian TIMES "proudly niche, but all the better for it" CHORTLE.

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Amy Howerska – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 13 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Howerska has released her inner Goddess!... she's a lazy nightmare, that might be holding her back, not ideal when it's time to start popping out sprogs, sadly her goddess prefers gin and cockapoos to toddlers, best tell society then. Howerska brings her sell-out Edinburgh show to Leicester. **** THE Australian TIMES "proudly niche, but all the better for it" CHORTLE.

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Lou Conran: What now? – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Well I mean come on, it's Oct'17 and you're reading this in say Jan, Feb 2018 and you want me to tell you what my show is about? Silly. BUT, after my critically acclaimed show in Edinburgh 2017, "Frank, fierce and unafraid. A masterclass in long-form comedy" ***** Edinburgh Guide, "Laugh out loud hilarious" **** The Scotsman, "Hilarious" **** Chortle, then, well, you'd be silly not to spend your Valentine's eventide with me. Guaranteed joy.

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Bisha K Ali – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Bisha K Ali brings a work in progress show to Leicester Comedy Festival. As heard on The Guilty Feminist, BBC Asian Network and seen on BBC 3, this rising star of the UK circuit makes the political personal with her original, inventive voice. Come for the jokes, stay for the heartbreak.

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Chris Betts: Bewilderbeest – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 18 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Betts is back, but he's got a problem. What do you do when you can't trust the law, the elderly or even yourself? Join him for an hilarious dissection of human nature. This thoughtful, silly and crass Canadian jokesmith with a gift for "drolly original reasoning (and) zinging turn of phrase" (Scotsman) is a must see.

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Maisie Adam: Living on the edge – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Winner of "So You Think You're Funny" 2017, Maisie is, in the words of Ditto Theatre, "one of the UK's most exciting up-and-coming young comedians" . Her debut show is an eclectic mix of anecdotal and observational material along with self-deprecating charm. "Exudes an appealing, quirky energy and is clearly a natural wit" Steve Bennett, Chortle. "Incredibly watchable" The Skinny.

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Jacob Hawley – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 19 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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BBC New Comedy Award 2017 Finalist Jacob Hawley prepares for his debut hour with this hour long WIP. As seen on BBC iPlayer and heard on BBC Radio 4. "A mature, sharp wit, a relaxed manner and an undertow of political passion... Clever, and different." Bruce Dessau "Mocks blind patriotism in an enjoyably offbeat way. Nicely Wry" Steve Bennett, Chortle

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What the frick?! – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Alice Frick, the confused Austrian abroad, leaves the Alps to check out the world. She talks about her life as a foreigner in the UK, coming out as gay to her religious grandmother, and what to do when your therapist tags you on twitter. "exuberant... . perfectly pitched", Three Weeks "witty and refreshingly spontaneous", Austrian News Funny Women Finalist 2012 Winner of "Hopp oder Tropp" - Austria, 2010

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Becky Fury: Apocoloptimist – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 21 @ 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Double Malcolm Hardee Award winning Becky Fury presents the results of this year's Edinburgh WIP. The show formerly known as Molotov Cocktail Party, Apocoloptimist. Based on Fury's trip to the Calais jungle this show explores what happens when you try to do the right thing and it goes wrong with hilarious consequences. "A Rollercoaster ride of a story" "Finest sticks of comedy dynamite to be found for love or a suggested donation" (Scotsgay)

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Alasdair Beckett-King – Full Velvet Jacket (WIP)

February 25 @ 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Leicester Mercury Comedian of The Year 2017 Alasdair Beckett-King returns to this timeline with an inter-dimensional work-in-progress stand up comedy show. ***** EdFestMag | **** The Scotsman | **** Fest | **** One4Review | **** Voice | **** Three Weeks (P.S. I know I'm not wearing a velvet jacket in the photo. Give me a break.)

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Becky Fury: Apocoloptimist – Leicester Comedy Festival

February 25 @ 7:45 pm - 8:45 pm
The Cosy Club, 68 Highcross Street
Leicester, LE1 4NN GB
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Double Malcolm Hardee Award winning Becky Fury presents the results of this year's Edinburgh WIP. The show formerly known as Molotov Cocktail Party, Apocoloptimist. Based on Fury's trip to the Calais jungle this show explores what happens when you try to do the right thing and it goes wrong with hilarious consequences. "A Rollercoaster ride of a story" "Finest sticks of comedy dynamite to be found for love or a suggested donation" (Scotsgay)

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