A unique opportunity to see the hotly-tipped Quotidian Revue before they head off to Edinburgh, and the as-ever fantastic David Trent.
“Trent showed himself to be a creator of bold, category-defying comedy.” - The Stage
“His use of video, animation and repetition is brilliant and unique… [I] found his section one of the most entertaining and humorous of the show.” - Corry Shaw, Chortle
“His act was progressive, playful and painfully funny. I’d happily watch him for two hours on his own.” – The Latest
THE QUOTIDIAN REVUE
Quotidian: adj. – everyday, ordinary, commonplace.
The Quotidian Review is written and performed by Peter Fletcher, James Ward and Lewis Dryburgh (not appearing tonight), who previously appeared together at the inaugural Boring 2010 conference last December.
The Quotidian Review is a show about the everyday, mundane, invisible details of life that are often ignored or dismissed, but on closer examination turn out to be funny, entertaining and unexpected.
They will discuss themes such as the intangible beauty of car park roofs, the counting of sneezes and the attempt to document the availability of Cadbury Twirls in central London.
Peter Fletcher: “legendary” - Irish Times
James Ward: “strange, funny, moving” - The Observer
The Alexandra is right next to Clapham Common tube station. E-mail email@example.com to reserve a seat!