#4 Green Milk Presents: LOU SANDERS 7th May 2015
support from: ROB CARTER | AHIR SHAH | JOSHUA ROSS | ORRY GIBBENS | MATTHEW KELLY
Smashing through the verbal sound barrier of comedy with the aural sledge hammer of divine justice, we’re doing it all over again. Why? No one knows and we’ve stopped asking at this point, though we have asked the comedians and they’ve said that they’re all going to come, so, like, why don’t you?
What a line up we have in store for you!
Starring: LOU SANDERS, Rob Carter, Joshua Ross, Ahir Shah
Orry Gibbens, Matthew Kelly & Robin Hill (MC)
(Online) (On The Door)
Early Bird: £8 Standard: £10
Date: 7th May 2015
Venue: The Pipeline, 94 Middlesex Street
A millionaire maker, owner of a special spy pen and a real weirdo, Lou’s a wild child, a chaotic cyborg from the future and an excellent green grocer, or so I’ve heard. Be prepared for a bit of a frenzy.
“Crazy off-beat surrealism. Something new is happening in comedy!”
★★★★ – The Independent
AS SEEN ON:: Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience & Russell Howard’s Good News
Opening we have the masterful character comic and musical comedian Rob Carter whose even tempered performances have garnered him with up and coming awards in the past!
AS SEEN ON:: Fresh Meat & Peep Show
Smarter than your average bear, Ahir’s been on the scene for years but is still struggling with his early twenties. Expect a finely worded examination of the pitfalls of literally everything.
★★★★ – Chortle
Winner of New Comedian of the Year in 2014, Joshua’s jovial jestering just jives and jives. (rhyme that with gives please when you read it in your head)
Seen here speaking on the phone to what you can only presume to be his local branch of Barclays’ manager, Orry will worry you with woeful tales of his own misfortunes and those of others. Maybe. Or he might not.
With a face that glitters like glitter and hair that stands on his head like a wig, Matthew Kelly’s days in showbiz aren’t over yet, as he revivifies himself with a stint on the the ol’ Green Milk.
MC: ROBIN HILL
Remember that time that Zordon died in Power Rangers? Yeah? Well that was actually Robin. So now you have him to thank for all those scientology nuts around Goodge Street. Thanks, Robin.