Late Night Scene

hosted by Lou Sanders

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Welcome to the Late Night Scene where the boldest and funniest comics in town perform in this gleefully unruly after hours mixed-bill show.

This week hosted by one of the most original comedians in Britain and current reigning champion of hilarious game show, Taskmaster, Lou Sanders.

As seen on QI, Travel Man: 48 Hours in…, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Hypothetical, Aisling Bea’s This Way Up, The Russell Howard HourJon Richardson’s Ultimate Worrier and Karl Pilkington’s Sick of It.

with Annie McGrath, Luke McQueen and Mark Watson

Annie McGrath

As seen on Channel 4, Comedy Central, BBC Three, ITV2 and Sky Sports.

Intelligent and sharp-witted.. nothing but masterful ShortCom★★★★½

Well-crafted story-telling comedy, with flights of whimsy, ribaldry and sharp politicism, delivered by a consummate performer One4Review ★★★★

Hilarious The Feminist Fringe ★★★★★ 

Delightfully dark ThreeWeeks ★★★★

Luke McQueen

Luke McQueen is a critically acclaimed, maverick of the Edinburgh fringe and his BBC series, The Luke McQueen Pilots made with Talkback, was nominated for a National Television Award and described as a ‘delirious’ best TV pick in The Guardian.

A monstrously overgrown baby that has burst free of its play-pen…McQueen makes the room crackle with life The Guardian

Nervous laughs at the unpredictability of a lunatic merge into heartier guffaws for his bold set pieces, raw potency and inspired ideas Chortle

Mark Watson

Mark Watson is one of the country’s most beloved and critically acclaimed live comedians and has won numerous awards. He’s had a long and notable Fringe career since being nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2005 Perrier Awards, before being awarded the 2006 if.comedy Panel Prize for performing one of his now-legendary marathon stand-up shows. In Australia he’s taken home the Time Out Critics Choice Award, been nominated for a Barry Award from the Melbourne Comedy Festival, as well as winning Best Show at both Sydney and Adelaide. He regularly appears on TV, has his own cult Radio 4 series and has been named the Edinburgh Festival’s highest achiever of the decade by The Times.

He is also the acclaimed author of six books, most recently The Place that Didn’t Exist, Hotel Alpha, and The Knot, which have been published in twelve languages; his next hotly anticipated novel will be published in Autumn 2020.