Friday 11th June 2021. Burgess Hall, St Ives.
ED GAMBLE, ELEANOR TIERNAN, JACOB HAWLEY
& STEFF TODD
Doors 7.00pm / show starts 8.00pm
Tickets are available from £15
Book tickets online, visit One Leisure St Ives or call 01480 388111. *Booking fees apply for online sales.
Ed Gamble joins us following a twice extended sold-out UK tour of his stand-up show. He is winner of the latest series of Taskmaster, star of Mock the Week and co-host of chart-topping Off Menu podcast.
As well as being a co-host on Radio X’s Sunday morning show and releasing his first comedy special within Amazon Prime Video this year, Ed’s TV stand-up appearances include Live at the Apollo, The Royal Variety Performance, The Russell Howard Hour, Live at the Comedy Store and Conan (TBS). His numerous guest appearances include Hypothetical, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, I’ll Get This, Richard Osman’s House of Games, Jon Richardson’s Ultimate Warrior, Insert Name Here (BBC Two) and Roast Battle UK.
What the Press Say:
“an ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny” - The Guardian
“If he keeps up this momentum he’ll be playing arenas in a few years” - British Comedy Guide
★★★★ “he is on irresistible form” - The Telegraph
★★★★ “a seriously strong show…Gamble is a powerful, compelling orator” - Chortle
★★★★ “a fully-rounded stand-up fiesta” - The List
★★★★ “Gamble leaves the audience in stitches” - Edinburgh Festivals
★★★★ “crudely inventive and very funny…bursting with great lines” - Fest
★★★★ “Superb stand-up” - Time Out
★★★★ The Skinny
★★★★ Three Weeks
Eleanor Tiernan is a hilarious Irish stand-up comedian known for her uniquely oblique world view. She was recently a panellist on BBC Radio 4’s News Quiz and Where’s the F In News? Her stand up has featured on Comedy Central’s The Alternative Comedy Experience and led her to be chosen as support act for top stand up comics including Stewart Lee, Tig Notaro, Ardal O’Hanlon, Jason Manford, Jason Byrne and Reg D Hunter among others.
Her show “People Pleaser” put her on the Sunday Times list of ‘Top Ten Female Stand Ups To Watch.’
“Tiernan boasts a magnificent curl in her lip and snarl in her voice.” – Sunday Times
★★★★ “The fastest-rising comedy talent in the country” - Irish Times
★★★★ Scottish Herald
★★★★ Funny Women
After reaching the finals of the BBC New Comedy Award, writing and starring in numerous shorts for BBC3 and featuring on Radio 4 and Talksport, Jacob Hawley has become a critically acclaimed new voice in comedy.
A well honed live act, Jacob regularly performs at some of the biggest and best clubs in the UK and he is currently developing his own projects for TV and Radio.
The New Statesman described him as “The Distinctly Millennial rising star of The Edinburgh Fringe”, and he received a litany of four star reviews, including:
★★★★ “Intelligent and important, his self-aware set sees him explore themes of class and identity in the modern world expertly” - The Sunday Post
★★★★ “A down-to-earth talent who’s got it in spades, it’s an impressive, strong debut show that makes it feel like he’s already been doing this for years” – The List
Comedian, impressionist and viral internet sensation Steff Todd has made a name for herself with her hilarious stand up, razor sharp one-liners and amazing celebrity impressions.
Steff recently gained national headlines when a series of impressions went viral, racking up over 10 million views and were featured by ITV, BBC Radio 1, The Daily Mail, Metro, The Mirror, OK Magazine, Twitter Moments, Cosmopolitan and many more.
On screen, Steff is a cast regular in BBC One sitcom Scarborough and has also been a panelist on The Dog Ate My Homework, The Reality Tea (BBC) and Newsjack.
“This girl is brilliant” - Jennifer Saunders
“Rising star in comedy” - The Mirror
“Talented, hilarious impressions” - Daily Mail
“Truly amazing, brilliant” - Heat
“Lol machine” - The Guardian
★★★★ “Steff’s impressions are faultless and speak directly to the Instagram generation” - I Talk Telly
★★★★ “No doubt that she will be on our screens on a Saturday night in the not too distant future” - Funny Women
The Guardian’s Best Jokes of the Festival (Number 1!)
The Evening Standard’s Funniest Jokes of The Fringe
The Telegraph’s Funniest One-Liners of The Fringe
I-News Best Jokes of The Fringe
Strictly over 18s only. Line up subject to change