Something a Bit Different

Something a Bit Different

Expect the unexpected....(though by that definition - everything is somewhat expected, except the originally expected). Either way - enjoy this playlist of highly inventive comedy.

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Something a Bit Different
  • 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

  • Stuart Laws - So Preoccupied...

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

    If you wear a gilet (or even if you don't), you'll enjoy this surreal and clever performance about Stuart's Summer of 2001 - featuring breweries, paper rounds and psychopaths. Oh, and of course - puffins...

  • 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...

  • 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

  • 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...

  • Eleanor Morton - Lollipop

    At once whimsically surreal and worldly wise, Eleanor Morton delivers a refreshingly intelligent brand of comedy. With Lollipop, Morton lays bare her anxieties, fears, and vulnerability in brutally honest, and searingly funny, fashion.

  • Patrick Turpin - To Me, You Are Perfect

    After almost three decades, it's time for Turps to curl back into the foetal, reconnect the umbilical, and tell himself that everything will be alright. A show from a heteroflexible white lad, living a life without the loveliest of true loves, and the f*ckiest of true f*cks. Follow: @explorepatri...

  • 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...

  • Pat Cahill - D.O.T.T.

    Technical iceberg dead ahead. Witness one man desperately try to stay afloat whilst delivering his show of East Anglian morris dancing and folk music. The Deckchairs On The Titanic have never been so tidy.

    Follow: @patcanbefound

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

  • Alexis Dubus - A R#ddy Brief History Of Swearing

    Alexis moves away from his Marcel Lucont alter ego to give us this fresh and fascinating exploration of the science and ancestry of swearing. Ever questioned the BS surrounding the C-bomb, or have an unhealthy interest in the origins of the 'tummy-banana'? Then this charming comedy lecture is gua...

  • Steven Banks - Home Entertainment Centre

    An unearthed gem from the US comedy scene that tells the story of Didbert, a young pop-culture addict who clings onto his rockstar dream through inventive musical reenactments in his dingy one-room apartment.

    The multi-talented Steven Banks performed this show 400 times across the US over 20 ...

  • Discover Ben Target

    The words 'genius', 'unique' and ‘the best’ are often misused. Ben Target is a comedian. He will be with you for 46 minutes.

    An audacious offering chock-full of exquisite prop comedy, inadvisable performance art, gauche visuals, nauseating puns and outrageous audience interaction from this bre...

  • Lou Sanders - What's That Lady Doing?

    A charmingly haphazard show full of mischievous monologues, offbeat observations and self-aware asides, from a comedian who manages to balance relatable charm with heightened surrealism.
    Follow: @LouSanders

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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Tony Law - Brainporium

    Far from traditional stand-up, Tony presents a surreal stream-of-consciousness, full of offbeat tangents and inner monologue commentary. Expect stories on pirates, the perils of the misappropriation of another culture's noise, and Gok Wan. Follow: @mrTonyLaw

  • An Hour and Some of Tony Law

    Canadian comic Tony Law mocks the mainstream style. Deemed 'the most reasonable guy I know' by Stewart Lee, see just how reasonable for yourself in a little over an hour. Follow: @mrTonyLaw