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Benefit in Aid of Super Power Agency Literacy Project

Wednesday 13th June 2018


19:30


20:30



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Benefit in Aid of Super Power Agency Literacy Project

Wednesday 13th June 2018

The Super Power Agency is a charity that uses a creative writing and mentoring programme to empower under-resourced 8-18 year olds through literacy - helping to foster aspirations and close the all-important attainment gap in education.
Please join us for a fantastic night of comedy in support of their important work!
With five stellar acts TBC!
To ensure the maximum donation reaches the charity, we are not taking advance payment for this show. Tickets are £5 and can be reserved to pay cash on arrival by calling 0131 558 7272



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Jarlath Regan: Organ Freeman

Tuesday 26th June 2018


19:30


20:30



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Jarlath Regan: Organ Freeman

Tuesday 26th June 2018

A selfish man (‘A very funny man at the peak of his powers’ Irish Post) is forced to reassess his entire life when his best friend needs a kidney.
A stand-up show from the creator of multi-million downloaded Irishman Abroad podcast, about life and death, give and take, Ant and Dec, youth and young manhood, getting it wrong while getting it right and never worrying about anything ever again.
Organ Freeman is Jarlath’s ninth solo show and by far his biggest to date. Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe (Named in The Independent's Top 20 Jokes Of The Fringe) the show will continue on tour throughout the UK in the autumn culminating in this final performance at Leicester Square Theatre.
You may know Jarlath Regan from such television shows as Tonight At The Palladium (ITV), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC), Standup Central (Comedy Central), Last Comic Standing (NBC) and Goggle Box (Channel 4). As recommended by Ardal O’Hanlon, Marc Maron, Jack Whitehall, Jason Byrne, The Times, The Telegragh, The Guardian and Tripadvisor.
‘Side-splitting stuff’ ★★★★ Metro
‘More laughs in the first 15 minutes than most comedians can muster in an hour’ ★★★★ Herald


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