When:
27th June 2017 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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Where:
The Harrison
28 Harrison Street WC1H 8JF
Cost:
5
Edinburgh Preview: Glenn Wool & Chris Betts @ The Harrison

Now in in it’s 6th year The Schadenfreude Cabaret’s Edinburgh Preview Season brings a selection of the finest acts to The Harrison throughout June and July.

The beautiful surroundings of The Basement Bar make the perfect environment to see this summers most innovative, creative and funny shows before they head up to The Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The Season has consistently featured in the capital’s ‘must see gigs’. Our regular comedy club is listed by Time Out as one of the Top Ten Free Clubs in London. As always the line up is an eclectic mix with something for everyone. From established TV regulars and award winners to this years hotly tipped rising stars.

The venue regularly packs out so this year you can guarantee a seat to any of our double bills for just £5 or alternatively, just show up on the night and pay what you want at the end of the show.

Chris Betts: Bewilderbeest

Betts is back, but he’s got a problem. What do you do when you can’t trust the law, the elderly or even yourself? Join him for a hilarious dissemination of human nature, featuring crooked cops and superstitious children. This occasionally edgy but always hysterical Canadian jokesmith with a gift for ‘drolly original reasoning’ and ‘zinging turn of phrase’ (Scotsman) is a must-see. Betts’s rigorous curiosity and lively imagination make him one of the most exciting acts around. (Daily Telegraph) Top 20 Jokes of the Fringe 2015. ‘An hour is not nearly enough’ **** (Fresh Fringe, FreshAir.org.uk).

 

Glenn Wool: Viva Forever

Glenn Wool (As heard on Freestyle with Frankie Boyle, as seen on Doug Stanhope and Friends on Seeso) returns with a hysterical new show chronicling his past two years, which is interesting because… well, just come to the show. He’ll tell you then. I mean, if you’ve read this far, just

Google him and see if it’s your kind of thing (I can’t believe we still have to tell people about Google in this day and age, but there you go. I blame Trump.). ‘A masterpiece of comedy’ ***** (Scotsman).

Tickets £5 HERE