Cafe Kino is back with another fantastic Antics Joke Show, bursting with superb Bristolian talent. Of course, there will also be strategically placed whoopie cushions in certain seats around the venue, because no matter how old you get, they are still hilarious. But are they joking? Will you be inclined to check your seat before you sit down, just in case? Who knows -- incessant paranoia is part of the April Fool's fun after all!
The improvisers will be Degrees of Error, an improvised theatre company based in Bristol, focused on producing improvised dramatic and comedic work. Degrees are the resident theatre company of the Bristol Improv Theatre, where they rehearse and perform regularly. Degrees of Error was originally founded in 2010 as Only Humour but rebranded in 2013 to feature at the first ever Bristol Improv Theatre Festival.
The stand-ups include David Hoare, a musical comedian, delivering sharp, observational and sometimes silly songs with wit and flair. Topics range from pregnant men to Barry Scott, James Cameron to the effects of drinking. One of We Are Cult's "10 Stand-Up Comics To Watch in 2017." As well as Ellen Waddell, who has been performing comedy for two years. Her first one-person show, "Jean Luc Picard and Me," an autobiographical retelling of a Star Trek obsession that left her trapped in a delicious fantasy world, sold out each of its runs in Bristol, before moving onto The Canvas in London and the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
£5 on the door
Map & Directions
Tel: +44117 924 9200
|Date: (1 Apr 2017)|