All Shows

All Shows

Browse the whole catalogue and choose at random - all comics featured on NextUp have been picked for a reason - it's great to stretch those funny bones from time to time!

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  • Brennan Reece - Everglow

    A poignant and wonderful show from an archetypal outsider. With boyish energy and a beaming smile, the ever-engaging Brennan Reece is an unstoppable force. A beautifully woven story with family at the heart. Follow: @BrennanReece

  • Simon Munnery - Hello

    An impulsively original show crammed full of standup, stories, songs and poems from this constant innovator. Simon Munnery is a comedian who never fails to exploit logic to it's absurd conclusion. Follow: @simonmunnery

  • Lou Sanders - Another Great Show Again

    A genderless riot from a little old force-to-be-reckoned-with. Sanders goes hard-pedal, without too much of a fuss. Forty five jokes, six props, one hero and I dare say a bit of heartbreaking (you), groundbreaking (her). Follow: @LouSanders

  • Marcel Lucont - Gallic Symbol

    Acerbic and magniloquent Frenchman seeks willing, intelligent audience for one hour only of fun, adventure, maybe something more. Must have own underwear, socks and breath but be prepared to have these charmed off, laughed off and taken away respectively. Follow: @MarcelLucont

  • Tony Law - Go Mr Tony Go

    Mixing delightful, flawless twaddle, with some genuinely insightful forays into what it is that makes comedy comedy (or anti-comedy), Tony Law (that’s Mr Tony Law to you) presents a standuppy, sketchy, impro-ey, arty little comedy show for people who are already funny. Follow: @mrTonyLaw

  • Hans Teeuwen - Live In London

    The grandmaster of absurdity - Hans Teeuwen blends clowning, piano, mime and puppetry whilst waltzing the boundaries of taste and embarrassment.

    This is free sprit comedy of the highest pedigree that confronts some very real issues - from aggression and anxiety to lust and politics. Oh, and t...

  • Morgan Murphy - Irish Goodbye

    Hard-drinking, tough-talking, and more than a little world-weary, Morgan Murphy showcases her brutally cynical style in this riotous special. From the unique perspective of her half Catholic, half Jewish upbringing, Murphy pulls back the curtain on societal issues both burning and basic, from Pla...

  • Tony Law - Maximum Nonesense

    A journey of gloriously off-beat, loud and ridiculous comedy from the king of tongue-in-cheek absurdity. Watch as this Canadian comic affectionately mocks and undercuts the conventions of stand-up as we know it. Follow: @mrTonyLaw

  • Bec Hill - Bec in 1 Hour

    With an unfeasibly large bag of (mostly reliable) props, and a energetic style that blends kooky irreverence with insightful observation, Aussie Bec Hill brings you a 60-minute greatest-hits set brimming with all her best stuff. Inventive, a little shambolic, and very funny. The joy is well and t...

  • John Hastings - Integrity

    John's visa is expiring, his friends are fighting and there's been a murder (yes, an actual murder). This deft show about one disastrous day is a compelling, intense and brilliantly written piece of comedy storytelling. Follow: @thejohnhastings

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comed...

  • Jordan Brookes - The Making Of

    One man, one walk, a bundle of silly faces, uncomfortable poses and unnecessary confessions. In this unique VHS recording, 'Brooksey' takes us on an absurd and twisting journey through his inner-psyche. Follow: @jordbrookes

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comedy' - a playlist that...

  • Joe Wells - 10 Things I Hate About UKIP (Audio Only)

    Joe believes in creating a kinder, more tolerant and equal society. Despite this he spends most of his time sneering at people he disagrees with. He's everything that's wrong with the political left but he's trying to change. Can Joe learn to love the people whose politics we hate? Follow @joewel...

  • Tiernan Douieb - This Isn't For You

    The excessive volume of the internet, spiders, and ethereal Icelandic music all feature in Tiernan Douieb’s This Isn’t For You. Contrary to what the title suggests, if you enjoy laser-sharp observational comedy delivered with infectious charm – this IS for you. Follow: @TiernanDouieb

  • Sean Hughes - Penguins

    A multi-layered captivating combination of wisdom and surprises in which Sean reflects back to his Dublin upbringing and the utter awkwardness of teenage life, whilst tying it all in to the present. But what does it have to do with Penguins? Follow:@mr_seanhughes

  • Josh Jones

    Josh said he was scared to to try comedy as he was full of insecurities and uncomfortable in his sexuality, but that stand-up has helped him find a voice and gain confidence.

    Part of our 'Comedy Futures' playlist, showcasing acts from the Chortle Student Comedy Award grand final.

  • Tom Gidman

    Gifted mimic Tom Gidman wowed the crowd (and judges - he won!) with impressions of Andy Murray, Ed Miliband and David Attenborough. He's a strong, original writer who can exploit character traits to imaginative places, and delivers his material with an expert timing.

    Part of our 'Comedy Future...

  • Andy Field

    Andy shares his surreal ideas, role-plays and quirkily original gags with a highly infections glee, that lead him to win the pervious year's title.

    Part of our 'Comedy Futures' playlist, showcasing acts from the Chortle Student Comedy Award grand final.

    Follow Andy: @andyandyfield

  • Tom Ward - Sex, Snails and Cassette Tapes

    Always welcoming his audience to the party, Tom celebrates life for all its sexy little touches, spinning tales of his favourite unsung heroes including cheap kettles, friendly perverts and Tupperware. Follow: @tomwardvoice

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comedy' - a playlist that ...

  • Morgan Rees

    Morgan's style is a mixture of one liners and short stories influenced by the likes of Dave Allen, Simon Evans and Sarah Silverman.

    Part of our 'Comedy Futures' playlist, showcasing acts from the Chortle Student Comedy Award grand final.

  • Twins - Pret a Comedy

    In this energetic yet laidback performance, Annie McGrath and Jack Barry haphazardly bumble their charming selves through a bucket list. But time is ticking and there's a lot of donuts to be eaten...Follow: @twins_who_tweet

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comedy' - a playlist that...

  • Lloyd Langford - Rascal

    A glimpse into the private musings of a man who takes pleasure everywhere he can find it - from the weather and terrorism, to what to do if you find a box of sex toys in your hotel room.

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comedy' - a playlist that showcases the gems of the Edinburgh ...

  • Matt Winning - Ragnarok

    A highly inventive split-timeline adventure of sci-fi, stand-up, landlords, climate change and of course - corn on the cob. Matt's natural charisma makes his surreal observations wonderfully relatable. Follow: @mattywin85

    One of our 'Fringe Picks by Turtle Canyon Comedy' - a playlist that sh...

  • Brendon Burns - Selfies in the Grand Canyon

    Lifelong professional idiot Brendon Burns takes on the Donald Trump, race, periods and the 'Great British sense of humour' in his uncompromising, indomitable manner.
    Follow: @brendonburns

  • Stuart Laws - So Preoccupied...

    ...with Whether or Not He Could, That He Didn't Stop To Think Whether He Should (1hr Show)

    If you like gilets and psychopaths (or even if you don't), you'll enjoy this surreal and clever performance about the summer of 2001, puffins, breweries and paper rounds.
    Follow: @thisstuartlaws