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It's preview season! As the biggest names in comedy prepare to head up to the Edinburgh Festival and around the country on tour, we've managed to secure some of the best to give us a sneak peek at their new shows. Works in progress, so slightly cheaper than normal, but all headline acts that would cost several times more at the festival itself.
Tom Binns' first television appearances were in Knowing Me Knowing You with Alan Partridge, Friday/Saturday Night Armistice and Fist of Fun. More recently he's been in Spooks and the IT Crowd. One of the sketches he wrote for Trigger Happy TV made it into both the BBC and Channel 4 polls for best comedy moment and TV moment. Tom was the host of the XFM Breakfast show in London before being awarded the largest fine in European Broadcasting History. He was fired again from his radio show in Christmas 2009 for high treason when he interrupted the Queen's Christmas message with some jokes about the monarchy. He has enjoyed sell out shows at the Edinburgh Festival since 2007 and his characters, Ivan Brackenbury and Ian D. Montfort have been "monster hits" (Time Out) at comedy festivals and fringes throughout the world.
"One show you shouldn’t miss" - Chortle
"Funny and peculiar, bonkers and brilliant" - The Telegraph
Paul Kerensa has established himself as one of British comedy's leading talents, both as a writer and a comedian. He has, as a ginger man, battled both prejudice and apathy, and emerged to win ITV's 'Take The Mike' stand-up competition in 2002. In the same year, he appeared in four new act finals at the Edinburgh Festival, including the televised BBC New Comedy Awards. He has since become a regular at the UK's biggest venues, and a writer for various sitcoms, including BBC hits Miranda and Not Going Out, as well as TV sketch shows such as Dead Ringers, ITV's CGI UK and BBC3's The Wrong Door, also for The News Quiz, The Now Show, and countless others.
"Ingenious" - Evening Standard
"Well worth a night out" - The Scotsman
Line-ups may change, so please check http://www.youmustbestoking.com or our Facebook page for the latest listings.
Doors open at 7:30pm, and the show starts at 8:00pm.
Tickets are £6 (+ 60p booking fee) in advance from http://www.youmustbestoking.com/tickets, or £8 on the door.