Cutty Sark Theatre

London Oriana Choir | The Sirens' Voice: Magnificent Women

London Oriana Choir will return to Cutty Sark's magnificent Sammy Ofer Gallery for yet another a spellbinding concert of works by women composers, as part of their five15 project promoting women composers.

The programme includes works by Ursula Barthel, Chen Yi, Julia Wolfe, Leonarda Isabella, Judith Lang Zaimont, Jocelyn Hagen, Eleanor Daley, Molly Joyce and Donna Lucrezia Vizzana.

Tickets are available directly through London Oriana Choir at: https://londonorianachoir.brownpapertickets.com/

Tom Lucy and Kelly Convey

Tom Lucy: Reluctant Millenial

After winning the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2016, Tom Lucy has gone on to support Jack Whitehall on his recent arena tour and sold out his entire run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.

Named The Sun's BEst Newcomer on the Fringe 2017, Tom is back with an hour of blistering new material.

"Watch him live and you'll quickly understand the excitement' The Guardian.

"The best new comedian I've seen in ages." Jack Whitehall

Seann Walsh and Christopher Macarthur-Boyd

Seann Walsh: After This One I'm Going Home

Every year I write a blurb for a new show, but I've been doing this long enough to know that none of it makes any difference. No-one says: "The bloke's an unfunny **** but my, what a crackling blurb - two tickets please!" Come, or don't come. -Seann Walsh

The Lie-In King returns with a work in progress of his brand-new hilarious hour.

As seen on ITV's 'Bad Move' and 'Play To The Whistle', E4's 'Virtually Famous' and 'Conan' on TBS.

Zoe Lyons and Ken Cheng

Zoe Lyons: Entry Level Human

As seen on Live at the Apollo (BBC2) , Mock The Week (BBC2), Room 101 ( BBC 1), and regularly heard on Radio 4’s News Quiz, Just a Minute, The Now Show and plenty more. This hugely popular comic returns to Cutty Sark with a fresh crop of quick-fire observational gags, delivered with utter conviction not to mention 'proper laugh-out-loud one-liners' (The Herald).

"Lyons is on top of her game in command of her material, her audience and her stage." **** Chortle

Simon Munnery and Fin Taylor

Simon Munnery: The Wreath

“I went to a funeral the other day. Caught the wreath…“ That’s what came to me, from the mysterious source of the inexplicable. Hear the story of the joke, the painting, and what happened next in this work-in-progress show.

‘Poetic, quicksilver smart and blessed with a ceaselessly inventive comic brain’

★★★★★ The Scotsman

Suzi Ruffell and George Lewis

Suzi Ruffell: Nocturnal

Suzi is heading back to the Fringe with a brand new show! Her last show was a complete sell out, got heaps of great reviews and was recommended by The British Comedy Guide, The Scotsman and The Sunday Times. It is important to remember that this is a work in progress show - so it might not be that good - but it will have moments which you'll really enjoy!

As seen on BBC, Channel 4, ITV, Dave, Comedy Central and the 249 bus to East London where she lives. She also has a cat - she may discuss this. 

Nina Conti and Luke McQueen

Nina Conti is a Monkey

The comedy veteran turns up with her favourite ingredients to bake the perfect showcake when a radical change occurs: Monkey takes unadulterated control of the whole enterprise. Abandoning all etiquette, Monkey is on the loose in a whole new way.

British Comedy Award winner Nina Conti improvises unforgettable puppetry, using live audience members, with the help of cartoonish masks and her simian sidekick, Monkey.

Angela Barnes and Jake Lambert

Angela Barnes: Rose-Tinted

BBC New Comedy Award winner, Angela Barnes returns with a work in progress of her brand-new hour of jokes and stories that look on the bright side of life. As seen on Live At The Apollo, a regular on Mock The Week and host of BBC Radio 4's Newsjack, Angela has also appeared on R4's News Quiz, and sold out her run at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.

"She's just a gloriously down-to-earth, straight talking and extremely funny comic" -The Guardian

Tony Law and Andy Field

DATE CHANGE: This performance date has changed. Tony Law & Andy Field will now perform at Cutty Sark on Saturday 28 July.

Tony Law: A Lost Show

Four-time Chortle award winner Tony Law returns with a brand new show. As seen on Have I Got News for You, 8 out of 10 Cats and more.

Come. Under radar fresh for you. Tony doesn’t have the vocabulary or word learning training to express the powerful towering healing depths of the ancient soul unity snap. Watch him and through laugh, rise, happier.

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