Sat 6 July The Pembroke Castle Camden
excruciatingly funny MADAME GALINA Press Quotes "A rare and perfect synthesis of art and larkiness...waspish, retro-Noel Cowardish wit laced with Nancy Mitford...the audience howled with laughter, stamped and cheered". The Times, "A fond farewell to the spectacular Madame Galina, who held us in thrall every night this week...eccentric and entertaining...More! More!" Chistopher Matthew, Daily Mail TV Critic "An excruciatingly funny cod ballet masterclass". Swedish Daily Journal "It doesn't come any better than this" Ruby Wax "Bonkers diva brilliance...his jokes are spot on and the dancing not nearly as bad as you might expect from a flat-footed lard arse...he is essential viewing" Evening Standard July 2004 "Madame Galina is sensational...brilliantly written and fantastically funny". ***** The Stage " Amazing...the body movements of Natalia Makarova, the body type of Johnny Vegas...Madame Galina is a unique and fabulous creation". **** The Scotsman "With aplomb in everything she does, the autocratic chubette serves up cunning double ententes and multiple pirouettes while chivvying the audience into hilarious onstage participation...More bolshy than Bolshoi!" The Herald
Award winning musical comedian KATE LUCAS Kate Lucas is known for her razor sharp and deliciously dark songs. She combines catchy melodies with original lyrics to showcase her playfully bitter musings on life. Audiences have come to expect examples of what not to say and how not to behave from this gloriously talented young comic. ‘A true musical genius’Edinburgh Festivals Magazine In 2014 she took home the title for the prestigious Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year and her performances since have been met with huge critical acclaim. ‘Wickedly naughty and deliciously dark’Broadway Baby Lucas since gone on to build a seriously impressive reputation on the circuit, storming it every weekend to packed out crowds at the country’s most famous comedy venues including The Glee Clubs, The Comedy Café and Up the Creek. ‘Belly laughs and wide-eyed did-she-really-say-that horror’Fest Magazine In 2016 her debut show Whatever Happened to Kate Lucas? was met with huge critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
recently made news all over the world Russian-born, British-based stand-up KONSTANTIN KISIN
highly enjoyable new act TED HILL