Boulevard Theatre and Simon Pearce present
Late Night Scene
with Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jordan Brookes, Olga Koch and Rhys James
The boldest and funniest comics in a
gleefully unruly after-hours show
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Award-winning comedy queen Kiri Pritchard-McLean presents her Late Night Scene – the boldest and funniest comics in town perform at this gleefully unruly after hours mixed-bill show.
Winner of the Best Compere and Best Club Comedian at the Chortle Awards 2018, and as seen on Frankie Boyle’s New World Order and Russell Howard’s Good News, rising star Kiri will introduce you to a exceptional line up of established comedy titans and fresh-faced emerging upstarts from the worlds of stand up, sketch, and character comedy.
with Jordan Brookes, Olga Koch and Rhys James
Fearlessly original, Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner 2019 Jordan Brookes presents personal and observational subject matter through a theatrically absurdist lens.
‘Wildly entertaining’ ★★★★ The Guardian
‘Compelling, mercurial, unconventional and smart’ ★★★★1/2 Chortle
‘Brookes is a startlingly talented comedian’ ★★★★ The Scotsman
‘Intense, insane and exceptional – an exhilarating hour… there is no comedic skill he can’t deploy’ ★★★★ The Skinny
Olga Koch is a stand-up comedian, writer, occasional actor and transatlantic provocateur. Olga has performed at Union Chapel alongside Reg D. Hunter and Seann Walsh, recorded for Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central on Comedy Central and appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show. She was nominated for the Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh comedy Awards for her debut hour Flight which premiered at The Pleasance Courtyard which went on a sell-out UK tour.
Rhys James is an accomplished comedian, writer and actor. At 27 he has already made numerous TV appearances, on shows such as Mock the Week, Roast Battle, Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central and many more. He has performed four solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe to complete sell-out audiences and critical acclaim, earning his 2017 show Forgives a spot in the British Comedy Guide’s Best Reviewed Shows of the Fringe’.
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