All Female Comedy Show 'This Show Does Not Contain Nuts' Comes to Clapham Grand

By: Oct. 03, 2018
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All Female Comedy Show 'This Show Does Not Contain Nuts' Comes to Clapham Grand The 4th December, sees the London debut of This Show Does Not Contain Nuts, a new wave of exciting, all female comedians performing at the prestigious Clapham Grand. Having previously played to sell out audiences across the UK, the show is powering into it's third season showcasing talent from a top line up of exciting and critically acclaimed artists;

Gabby Killick, fresh from the Fringe festival, will be bringing her award winning show, Girlfriend from Hell, to the stage - "One of the most authentic voices of her generation" Edinburgh Evening News.

Live at the Apollo Star, Jen Brister, dubbed "Outrageously funny" by The Metro and "Gorgeously talented" by Time Out will be delivering slick sketches and side splitting routines.

Rising comedy star, Sarah Keyworth, described by the Guardian as "Top Notch"- is a deadpan story teller, whose anecdotes will leave the audience begging for more and finally, Luisa Omielan, dubbed a "clowning powerhouse" by the Evening Standard, is known for her empowering party atmosphere genre of comedy, with her debut show, What Would Beyonce Do?! receiving critical acclaim, London sell outs and a BBC One show.

Alongside the incredible comedy line up, audiences will be spoilt with a burlesque bonanza, old school Ibiza tunes, thought provoking graphics, gigantic gold glitter cannons and all opened in a unique eclectic fashion by host Maddi Sharkey, who makes the warm up almost instantaneous.

The show is the brain child of comedy producer, Maddi Sharkey, ex banker and mother of three: "After sell out shows at the Kenton theatre in Henley and Soho Farmhouse, Oxfordshire, I was overwhelmed by the demand to bring it to a wider audience - I just wanted to give some very talented women a platform to shine."

The show's appeal is vast - but predominantly it attracts Instagram addicts, creative minds, gin drinking connoisseurs, well travelled women and riotous mums looking for a rollickingly good time...


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