A brand new comedy competition without the gong!
Thrive or die you only get five! Each act gets 5 minutes to impress our judges and you, for the chance to be crowned DAFTY of the month and win a slot on our DAFT Friday show.
Only £2, we must be DAFT!
Following on the success his 2018 show , ‘Shearer Shared me Pram ‘ Mike Milligan, is back again with his new offering - ‘On your bike Mike - giz a job ! - Available for work since the eighties !’
Mike shares with us the highs and lows of decades as a hardworking stand -up comic which round off a rich mine of memories and poignant hilarity that constitute this honest and heartfelt show .
Weaving Wodehousian witticisms, farce and highly quotable one-liners into a pair of intriguing 1930s whodunits, award-winning writer-performer Tom Taylor’s rakish aristocrat and first-time detective, Charlie Montague, must prevent a murder. The chap dies.
Dean Moore, Human male dog owner, father and friend of Pato Banton. I’m not really selling this very well but if you like wildlife I do know a Goose that looks like Vince Clarke and I once sang down the phone to celebrity chef Rustie Lee.
A brand new stand-up show from David Callaghan
13 years worth of animated madness, stitched together to form a single stream of nightmare consciousness. With a wealth of unseen material as well as familiar classics and remastered, rejigged, reanimated nuggets.
Following a sellout run in 2018 in which he exposed Bingo as the deadliest sport in the country, the empty marxist promise of Poundland’s false advertising and the truth behind Princess Diana, 1930’s throwback comedic investigator Troy Hawke returns, appling his scrabble mentalism to uncover a dastardly fifty year deep undercover conspiracy related to the world’s largest furniture chain.
Comedian David Callaghan brings his latest creation, a one man show featuring a model train, a camera, and bittersweet tales of missed chances, to Bobiks. We've all thought about a point in our lives that could have gone differently. This life affirming comedy theatre show asks 'what if?'.
Hannah Walker chats to Alex Collier, animator, illustrator, writer and all round good egg! There will also be a Q & A session at the end for you to ask your burning questions.
Following an eight-year stint as co-editor and cartoonist for Viz comics, Alex moved into writing children’s TV comedy. As an animator, he has produced comedy films with Vic Reeves and Ross Noble. As an illustrator, he has been published in a series of best-selling Harper Collins books. Alex has written for Radio 4’s Pick of the Week. In 2016, he saw off three hundred entrants to become a CBBC Anim8 finalist.