Andrew O'neill 'black Magick Fun Hour'

Monday 10th December 2018
19:30

Andrew O'neill 'black Magick Fun Hour'

Basement, York

Magick works. In really annoying ways. In February 2015 Andrew O'Neill Is Trapped Down A Well was nominated for Best show at the Leicester Comedy Festival, and the subsequent tour won acclaim in several countries (3). O'Neill was looking forward to polishing it up ready for the Edinburgh Fringe. After an intense invocation of Thoth/Hermes/Mercury, the trickster god responsible for the spoken word, a WhatsApp message arrived from a friend currently working at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival informing Andrew of the show Nic Sampson Has Fallen Down A Well. Taking this coincidence as an enormous magickal kick up the arse, (and a sign that the show idea wasn't as original as he'd hoped), O'Neill presents a much more interesting show about magick, coincidence, and originality, with all the best jokes of that other show crudely crowbared in! Hooray! Support comes from the hilarious and mesmeric Tom King who marries inventive daftness and dry surreality to deliver wonderfully unorthodox routines with affably offbeat aplomb. Either a winner or a semi-finalist in numerous national and regional comedy competitions, Tom is Sheffield's very own offbeat loligarch. Tall and excellently-bearded, Tom King takes surreal to new heights with intricate setups that lead to very funny pay-offs. The Reviews Hub Imagine a rockabilly ZZ Top with a flair for inventive wordplay and skewed observational wit. Stagefright comedy

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Monday 10th December 2018

19:30


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Andrew O'neill 'black Magick Fun Hour'

Magick works. In really annoying ways. In February 2015 Andrew O'Neill Is Trapped Down A Well was nominated for Best show at the Leicester Comedy Festival, and the subsequent tour won acclaim in several countries (3). O'Neill was looking forward to polishing it up ready for the Edinburgh Fringe. After an intense invocation of Thoth/Hermes/Mercury, the trickster god responsible for the spoken word, a WhatsApp message arrived from a friend currently working at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival informing Andrew of the show Nic Sampson Has Fallen Down A Well. Taking this coincidence as an enormous magickal kick up the arse, (and a sign that the show idea wasn't as original as he'd hoped), O'Neill presents a much more interesting show about magick, coincidence, and originality, with all the best jokes of that other show crudely crowbared in! Hooray! Support comes from the hilarious and mesmeric Tom King who marries inventive daftness and dry surreality to deliver wonderfully unorthodox routines with affably offbeat aplomb. Either a winner or a semi-finalist in numerous national and regional comedy competitions, Tom is Sheffield's very own offbeat loligarch. Tall and excellently-bearded, Tom King takes surreal to new heights with intricate setups that lead to very funny pay-offs. The Reviews Hub Imagine a rockabilly ZZ Top with a flair for inventive wordplay and skewed observational wit. Stagefright comedy

Where

13-17 Coney St, York YO1 9QL
Basement
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