Wednesday 21st March
The Coach House, Kings Arms,
King Street, Tring. HP23 6BE.
Show starts 7.30pm (Doors 7pm)
The Tringe Aperitif continues with a fabulous line of great comedians. Tring favourite, Gareth Richards is joined by a couple of outstanding comics, Ahir Shah and Tania Edwards. A stunning line up of acts all testing their new shows in the most intimate of settings at the Coach House. If you are undecided on which night to go to, this is one the top choices selected by our editor #EditorsPicks.
Come early and have a meal in the Kings Arms - Call 01442 823318 and tell them you're coming to the comedy.
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‘Fantastically seamy side to the material... also great with audience banter… sublime... brilliant’ Chortle
‘Cuts daggers with sharp one liners’ Glamour Magazine
‘Wonderfully open, witty, and comfortable… Displays skill which other comedians spend years trying to achieve… high quality - well executed…’ **** Broadway Baby
‘A very punchy stand up… and her banter with the crowd is incredibly quick’ **** Three Weeks
Tania Edwards is a stand-up comedian and writer. Credits include Stand Up For The Week, Twit of the Year (Channel 4), Mock the Week, Après Ski (BBC2), and The Unbelievable Truth (Radio 4). She recently supported Katherine Ryan on her sell out tour.
Tania was a finalist in the Hackney Empire, Amused Moose, Leicester Square, Latitude, and Funny Women competitions. Her last solo show Tania Edwards: Electrifying was named in James Acaster’s top comedy picks for The Guardian, Glamour magazine’s top female comedians to see at the Fringe, and The Mirror’s top five jokes of the Fringe.
‘Akin to a female Simon Evans… a bit posh and something of a sociopath… fantastically seamy side to the material… also great with audience banter… sublime… brilliant’ – Chortle
As seen on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three) and heard on BBC Radio 1 and Frank Skinner's Absolute Radio show.
'A delightful hour of comedy' (Guardian).
'Richards is a charming, engaging performer' (Kate Copstick Scotsman).
'A quietly clever craftsman with a big future' (Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard).
'We laughed until we couldn’t catch our breath' (Grazia).
'His material has a delicious otherworldly quality' **** (Chortle.co.uk).
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