Thursday 19th October

Fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe comedienne's Vicki Sargent and Georgie Morrell bring you two hilarious solo shows! And best of all it's all for FREE (plus biscuits from Vicki).

Doors 7:30pm
Show Starts: 8:00pm
Non Ticketed and FREE

Vicki Sargent: One Woman Army (8:00pm)

Vicki is done with degrading retail jobs, fed up of waiting around for Mr Wrong and ultimately ready to get out of bed. Come hang out with her for an hour of witty storytelling and delightful characters as she shares her hopes, dreams and crisps with you. Character comedienne Vicki Sargent brings her debut solo show to this year’s Fringe, a performer who knows ‘how to entertain’ ( and is certain to leave you smiling.

“She buzzes between scenes & characters with flawless accents, auras & faces, & she shows her scars to the audience"

"she’s a wee hip-hop ninja, & she’s just, well, she’s just cool. A one woman sitcom...comedy gold. * * * * ”
- The Mumble


Georgie Morrell - The Morrell High Ground (9:00pm)

Georgie Morrell returns with her second show after a sucessful 2017 sold out Edinburgh Fringe shows and upcoming tour.

Can disability finally bring sexy back? Can Georgie save the NHS?! Is the benefit system as doomed as Ken Loach depicts? Are NHS doctors hotter than private ones? Why cant disability be mega lolz?
Some of the essential questions Georgie ask whilst taking you through her journey and tackling the political and social implications of what it really is to be disabled today. Find out how Georgie sees 21st century disability through her one eye!

Georgie Morrell is a half-blind comedian from London. Her first show, A Poke in the Eye, about the time she went fully blind and the laughs she had and can can be found taking both shows up and down the country. As seen BBC Radio OUCH, BBC 5Live, Channel 5 and BBC Radio 4.

Georgie's first show 'A Poke in the Eye' stormed the last two Edinburgh Fringes resulting in transfers to Soho Theatre as part of Soho Rising Festival and receiving several 4 * reviews.

'A seat on Graham Nortons sofa surely awaits...Inspirational.'****-The Reviews Hub.

'Remarkable actress.'-London Pub Theatres 1.

'Morrell is a natural comedian and performer.'-Miro Magazine.

'I was deeply impressed by Georgie Morrell verve and candour. She's a refreshing young performer and I greatly look forward to seeing her tread the boards of disability arts gigs in future.'-Disability Arts Online.

'Ultimately, A Poke in the Eye was surprisingly funny and not at all what I was expecting. I, along with the rest of the audience was thoroughly entertained. I have to admit that if the worst
ever happens to me, I hope I can face it with half the strength of character that Georgie showed because then I know I will survive.' London Pub Theatres 1