Him, Him & Her @ Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017

Him, Him & Her @ Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017

Three upcoming comedians bringing their first split bill to Edinburgh. They came last year to do open spots, had a lot of fun and wanted to take the next step. Three very different voices.

Three of the Southwest’s most upcoming comics are coming together for the first time as a split bill at Edinburgh Fringe. All three comic’s are regular performing at pro gig’s all over the UK.

 Stasia Buckle began performing as part of the comedy sketch show Suicide & Crumble, which she wrote and starred alongside Blake Harrison (Neil from C4's The Inbetweeners) and BBC Radio regular Matt Addis. Recently listed by We Are Cult as one of the “Stand Up comics to watch out for in 2017” She will be performing her Edinburgh preview as part of Off Beat Festival in Oxford in June 2017.

Stasia Buckle is exotic. Half Polish, half Irish with the voice of an angry East-end Fruit Salesman.

 

Darryl J Carrington Darryl is an award winning circus performer, who now is turning his talents to stand up comedy. He host’s one of Bristols most popular comedy night’s, Bristol Underground Comedy. Now bringing his punchy, political, narcissistic bleeting’s to audiences all over the UK to venues such as GLEE, and his act being described recently by the Bristol Post as ‘’Anarchy, oh the anarchy’’

Darryl J Carrington spends his life in a truck, frustrated by the world around him. He could always move on but he can’t afford the petrol.

 

Calum Stewart, has performed at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe festival and was a semi finalist in the 2016 Welsh Unsigned Stand Up Award, a semi finalist in the Last Mic Standing competition 2016 and was also a quarter finalist in the 2016 Leicester Square new act of the year award.

Calum Stuart is a young Welshman who loves Barbara Strysand.

 

They have all supported the likes of Joe Lycett, Scott Capurro, Larry Dean, John Hastings, Noel James, John Gordillo, Ellie Taylor, Chris Purchase, Stuart Goldsmith and Rhys James on professional bills all within the last year.

http://wearecult.rocks/10-stand-up-comics-to-watch-in-2017

"An exciting new comic with an armoury of killer jokes. His is a name to remember"

- Joe Lycett 

"Refreshingly honest and charming with perfect comic timing. A national treasure in the making"

- Scott Capurro 

"A very promising, beyond-his-years, deadpan youngster"

- South Wales Evening Post