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A Press of Suspects {presents} Comedy @ The Swallow (18+)

Thursday, February 16


A new Comedy event comes to the infamous LGBTQIA+ Plymouth pub The Swallow!

A specially curated line up by local independant Plymouth promoters A Press of Suspects {presents}, expect some guffaws, belly laughs and the odd tickle….

Waiting in store for you on the 16th February 2023 we have for you:

Andrew White: Andrew performs all over the country at various clubs, festivals, and corporate events throughout the year. Most notably, he’s taken four successful shows to the famous Edinburgh Fringe.

“Flamboyantly repressed and optimistically cynical, Andrew White is a stand-up fast rising through the comedy ranks with an act that’s “not to be missed” (Daily Record​).

“Very exciting and very funny” (Joe Lycett)

“Absolutely Brilliant…took the stage by storm” (Wiltshire Live”).

Sarita Hunt:A born and bred Cornish maid, her comedy is based on her intriguing journey of a life filled with extreme highs and lows. She will show you the lighter side of some dark life experiences, exposing the fascinating world of being a transgender woman in a small town.

Willtordian Ballorian Edwardian: A musical comedian with a penchant for owls. A born and bred Bristolian who now calls Plymouth his home. Expect some silly songs, some loop pedals, some odd noises and some chaos.

Mason Max: A local lad done good. A man not afraid to tell you a tale or two about his unique spin on things. Say it loud and say it proud. From issues with supermarket shifts to the joys of internet dating/waxing/I.B.S…

Tickets are just £6.50 which is an incredible price for this line up!

Upcoming events

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