May event features Ian Smith and Janine Harouni
Willl be performing sets they are taking to the summer festival
May 15, 2023
Quip Shed Comedy the monthly comedy club at Linden House in Hammersmith is hosting two comics this month who will be previewing theirs set for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer
Multi award-winning comedian Ian Smith who has appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz and is co-host of the Northern News podcast is presenting a new show about stress, love and driving a tank with your hairdresser.
Janine Harouni thought she knew her family. Then she took a DNA test and things got messy. Off the heels of her New York Times recommended show ‘Stand Up With Janine Harouni (Please Remain Seated)’ comes a new hour from the Edinburgh Best Newcomer nominee. A work-in-progress exploring Janine’s Arab roots, pregnancy, and what happens when your DNA test does not go to plan.
She has previously been seen and heard on The Russell Howard Hour, The John Bishop Show, Comedians Giving Lectures, Question Team, The Stand Up Sketch Show and The Now Show.
Members of this site £3 off their tickets by quoting HAMMERSMITHTODAY when ordering meaning they get in for £7 plus booking fee.
Coming up during the summer are Philipp Kostelecky & Huge Davies on Thursday 15 June and Ania Magliano & Ed Gamble Thursday 13 July.
If you want to hear more updates and information about these events make sure to follow @quipshedcomedy on social media.
Linden House is by the river at Upper Mall, Hammersmith (W6 9TA).
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