Wednesday 22nd March
The Coach House, Kings Arms, Kings Street, Tring
Start 7.30pm (Doors 7.00pm)
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Alice Marshall is a critically acclaimed comedy actress and character comedian, as heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra. Her collection of weird and wonderful characters range from the erotic to the grotesque, as she combines her own brand of clowning and story-telling to bring her bizarre creations to life.
Her first solo show Vicious debuted at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe to sold out houses and rave reviews, and was named one of the top 5 shows to see at the Fringe by the International Business Times.
Having performed with the prestigious Edinburgh cast of the world famous NewsRevue in 2014, her acting credits include the title role in the Leicester Square Theatre’s infamous adult panto Sleeping Booty!, Andrew Doyle’s Bobby’s Orgy at The Pleasance, and Eigengrau at The Kings Head Theatre.
Her television work includes Very Important People (E4), The Wives Did It (Discovery), The Jesus Mysteries (National Geographic), and Skins (Channel 4). She has recently filmed a role alongside Doon Mackichan and Francis Magee in the upcoming feature film Winterlong (Nox Films), and is a series regular in the critically acclaimed comedy web series Darren Has A Breakdown.
Since starting comedy in March 2014, Eshaan Akbar has established himself as an act with exciting potential.
A winner of the Piccadilly Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year 2016, Eshaan has been in the finals of other prestigious competitions, including So You Think You’re Funny 2014 and Laughing Horse 2014. He has performed across the UK and in Germany and Bangladesh. In 2016, he supported Dane Baptiste on his UK tour.
“So slick, I could have been watching a Live at the Apollo set” (Bruce Dessau)
“A story that’s likely to go far” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
“Saved one of the best till last” (Remotegoat)
“Likeability and charm” (Julia Chamberlain, Chortle)