Hi Boys and Girls!
I was excited to open up my emails after a long weekend break to find an invitation to the Longitude Comedy Night at the Century Club next Monday 16th April…!
Everyone performing that night will also be at the Latitude Festival…can’t wait! Check them out for yourself…..
Ross Sutherland began performing poetry aged seventeen, as support for punk-poet John Cooper Clarke. In 2000 he became one of the founding members of the live poetry collective, Aisle16.
Sabrina Mahfouz is a playwright, poet and performer. She draws inspiration from – amongst many things – her diverse cultural heritage, to create theatre and poetry that is unpretentious, relevant, accessible and punchy. Her debut solo show, Dry Ice, was recently nominated for The Stage Awards Best Solo Show at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011.
Cardinal Burns, favourites on the UK live comedy circuit Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns have performed to sell out audiences across the country, from their critically acclaimed debut at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Sissy & The Blisters, formed in 2010, Sissy & The Blisters are an English-Australian four-piece whose angular guitar rock recalls The Doors’ rock n roll sensibility shot through with a dash of Northern English goth and a splash of rockabilly. Variously compared to acts like Stranglers, Cramps and GallonDrunk the mood of their live shows tends towards mayhem, in the best sense of the word.
And of course let’s not forget Latitude Festival in July!
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