Bec Hill / Sarah Kendall / Maisie Adam Part of Harrogate Comedy Festival 2017

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8th October 2017

Harrogate Theatre

Part of Harrogate Comedy Festival 2017

This is a night of not one, not two, but THREE fantastic comedians - including Harrogate's own Maisie Adam!


Bec Hill provides the jokes. You provide the order. A brand-new show full of stand-up, pop-ups and post-its from the award-winning Australian comedian. Inaugural winner of the Edinburgh Fringe Barry Performers' Choice Award for Best Show.

‘I adored it’ ***** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

‘Brilliantly conceived, this is one of the stand-out shows in this year's comedy programme’ ***** Sunday Herald 

‘A pleasure to watch’ *****


Sarah Kendall returns with her brand-new show One-Seventeen - blistering new storytelling from the creator and star of the hit BBC Radio 4 series Australian Trilogy. Sarah was nominated twice for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show and total Fringe sell-out 2015 and 2016.

'Gnarly, propulsive, involving, vivid, cathartic and very funny' **** Times 

'Knocked the wind out of my sails' ***** Herald


Maisie Adam is a young female comedian from Harrogate. Having only been on the circuit for just over a year, her anecdotal material and self-deprecating charm have quickly won her praise up and down the country, with her debut show 'Living On The Edge' being nominated for Best New Comedy at the 2017 Brighton Fringe.

In August, Maisie won the nationwide So You Think You’re Funny? competition at the 2017 Edinurgh Fringe, becoming only the 4th woman to do so it its’ 30 year history.

She has since appeared on The Stephen K Amos Talk Show, BBC Radio 2 and The Comedy Store's Best In Stand-Up show. She has appeared alongside Aisling Bea, David O'Docherty, Josie Lawrence and Dan Antopolski, as well as opening for Lloyd Griffith and Gavin Webster (Never Mind The Buzzcocks and I, Daniel Blake).

She is a comedian who leaves the audience belly laughing, giving standing ovations, throwing roses onstage, naming their babies after her - but most importantly, she is a comedian who never exaggerates.

Part of Comedy Festival 2017

Full Price £15.00
Boxes seat 4 £60.00

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Venue Information

Harrogate Theatre
Box office
01423 502116
6 Oxford Street,
Show Dates and times

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Sunday, 08 October 2017