Outside the Box Comedy – Ed Gamble & Robin Morgan

Thursday, June 7th, 2018 :- (19:45 -22:30)

Two very exciting work in progress shows from some of the very best comedians in the country. Tickets £8.00 plus booking fee (80p) from WeGotTickets

ED GAMBLE
As seen on Mock the Week, Insert Name Here and much more!

Ed Gamble is a stand up comedian who began his career writing, performing and co-directing for the Durham Revue in 2004.

2011 saw Ed continue his national tour support of Greg Davies’Firing Cheeseballs At A Dog in addition to tour support for Russell Kane’s Manscaping and Chris Addison. He is currently supporting Greg Davies’ 2012 tour The Back of My Mum’s Head. He also performed on Dave’s One Night Stand. Ed has written for Never Mind The Buzzcocks as well as Mock The Week and Ask Rhod Gilbert.

For four years, Ed was co-writer and host of the Peacock and Gamble Podcast. Several series of this cult podcast have culminated with special, series finale live audience recordings. The duo also received a Chortle Award Nomination for the Peacock and Gamble Podcast.

“An ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny” – The Guardian

ROBIN MORGAN
Writer for BBC Radio 4, BBC Three and Channel 4

Robin is one of the strongest acts to emerge from the Welsh comedy scene in years – with his quick wit and warm stage presence, coupled with a wicked, cheeky streak, he has wowed audiences up and down the country, time and time again. He’s a natural.

He is working regularly as an MC and act for the Glee Club, Jongleurs, Avalon, Off the Kerb, Laughing Horse, Eminent Banter and many others.

Robin is also an established comedy writer, with his debut sitcom being broadcast on BBC Radio Wales in January 2015. His writing credits also include being a series writer What’s the Story? (produced by Ruth Jones’ Tidy Productions), The Leak and The Loser’s World Cup.

He is also a natural studio warm up artist, with many series of What’s the Story? under his belt, as well as for The One Show’s live broadcast from Cardiff.

“A phenomenal comic. Utterly hilarious.” (Broadway Baby)

Tickets £8.00 plus booking fee (80p) from WeGotTickets

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