By turns thought-provoking and outrageous, Michael Fabbri is one of the circuit’s most fascinating acts. Since his Edinburgh Fringe show Dumbing Up became a massive hit in 2008, he has performed at the biggest comedy clubs throughout the world, alongside (to name a few) Micky Flanagan, Lucy Porter and Stephen K Amos. He has worked as a writer for TV and radio and his own series, Dyslexicon, was recently broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
“Startlingly insightful.” The Guardian
“Intelligence in spades, consummate idiot savant.” The List
Juliet writes some of the best gags in the business – which is why she helps craft shows for Sarah Millican. Juliet’s humour is a surreal and sometimes forensic appraisal of how maddening it can be to navigate the world as a singleton while married friends are popping out babies, career advice and middle-class pretensions. Juliet is the Queen of the awkward situation.
“Excellent material; excellent with the audience” – Time Out
There’s nothing cynical or mean-spirited about Ashley; he’s an all-singing, all-booming, all-beaming bundle of comedy joy. Good jokes, bad jokes, dad jokes – you’ll forgive him everything as he takes you on a whimsical journey of talented musical interludes and ridiculous comedic musings. Ashley has something for most audiences: intelligent, geeky, silly, and occasionally naughty; he's playful and never rude.
‘Ebullient’ - The Scotsman