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A Press of Suspects {presents}…

Wednesday, October 26

After September’s incredible sell out show Comedy returns to Royal William Yard! Come brighten up these dark times and get some laughter back in your life. Local Plymouth Promoters A Press of Suspects return with a great line up at a great price!

Local restaurants at The Yard are also offering up some discounts for ticket holders so you can grab a bite to eat before the show! Wagamama are offering 10% and WildWood are offering a staggering 30% off your final bill!

And what a line up…..

Anna Keirle: In 2003 Anna replied to an advert for new comedians. She had no material and had never done a stand up set. Her third ever gig saw her come second in the Funny Women awards. She reached the Edinburgh Fringe final of “So you think you’re funny?” with her fifth gig, compered by Bill Bailey .Her sixth gig was in Torquay on a Wednesday night.

Anna has a cheeky comedic storytelling style and has been described as a bumpkin, she has, however ,won the Weakest Link! Performing as a standup locally and Internationally a quick witted, responsive MC she has experience from festivals, and clubs to prestigious events.

Martin Talbot: A stalwart of the Bristol comedy scene, Martin runs the well established Comedy Loft night and has developed a fantastic set using multimedia to punctuate his original comedic style. Is about to do a nationwide tour with Chris Arnold, catch him while you can!

Phil Wathern: Another Bristol based comedian who has recently got through to the Stand Up for Cider comedy competition finals. With a confident stage presence and great material, Phil is a rising star!

Constance Velocity: The mysterious enigma that is Constance! A musical act that is a representation of mother nature in all her splendour. A silly and wonderful act with a whimsy and guitar style to die for!

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