July 4th: James Christopher – Bring Me The Head Of Russell Kane + Lewis Charlesworth / Pete Philipson

July 4th – James Christopher – Bring Me The Head Of Russell Kane

Combining the titles of the previous two Edinburgh Comedy Awards winners, to create something considerably less successful. But still very funny. James Christopher returns to the award-winning PBH Free Fringe with his third full solo show. This time, he’s armed with a flipchart and various oddities he’s accrued from his seven years on the circuit – and 34 years on Earth.

A likeably jolly chap, with a nice line in self-deprecation … he’s got more than a little charm‘ (Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk)

Bespectacled and beguiling, his skewed, inventively helmed anecdotes and tales of perpetual outsiderdom could warm the hearts of those cryogenically sealed.” – Anthony J Brown

*Bring Me The Head Of Adam Riches (2011); Russell Kane: Smokescreens And Castles (2010).

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Lewis Charlesworth  and Pete Philipson “Unknowable Tantrum Wind”

This show features 2 of Manchester’s finest up and coming all round comedy entertainers. Performing their brand of high energy funtime comedy, these newcomers recently brought their debut show to this years world famous Edinburgh International fringe. Listen to their stories, and enjoy their little party. It will be dynamic, up tempo, and silly.

Lewis Charlesworth He seemed at ease on the stage, very natural and most certainly funny. He is definitely a name to look out for in future!’ – Nerve Magazine.


Pete Philipson (‘Mr Bens New Comedian of the Year 2012’).

MC Liam Pickford

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