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  • Summary

  • Please note: contains strong language and adult content.

    Welcome to Audible's finest Comedy Club. In this second series of live showcases, our funny bones will be tickled by both established stars and emerging newcomers of the stand up scene.

    This series features performances from the extremely articulately angry Michael Legge, one of the smartest comics on the scene, Alice Fraser, YouTube breakout star Shane Todd, multi-award-winning comedian Tim Renkow and hard-hitting satirist Tiernan Douieb.

    This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. You can download all 5 episodes to your Library now.

    ©2018 NextUp Comedy Ltd. (P)2018 NextUp Comedy Ltd.
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Episodes
  • Ep. 1: Michael Legge

    Dec 7 2018

    Michael Legge is a BAFTA-nominated writer, stand up, actor, compere, improvisor... and an extremely articulately angry man. He's a stalwart of the Edinburgh festival, and can be heard on a range of hit comedy radio, podcast and TV shows, from The Dave Gorman Show to Stewart Lee's The Alternative Comedy Experience.

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    1 hr and 4 mins
  • Ep. 2: Alice Fraser

    Dec 7 2018

    Alice Fraser is an award-winning Australian comedian, and one of the smartest comics on the scene. It's not every stand up who has a Masters from Cambridge, a TEDx talk under their belt, and a series of interlinked live shows described as an "unorthodox art-comedy/morality tale trilogy"....

    She’s a well-known podcaster, and co-hosts Andy Zaltman's The Bugle. Plus - she's a pretty good banjo player.

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    52 mins
  • Ep. 3: Shane Todd

    Dec 7 2018

    Shane Todd is a comedian from Holywood, Northern Ireland. He began his comedy career on YouTube, and has since broken out as a star of the stand-up scene, selling out some of the UK's biggest venues, and supporting US megastars like Bill Burr. He's also a regular presenter on the BBC.

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    29 mins

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Great stuff.

Michael Legge, in particular, is great. All very good acts though and highly recommended for comedy fans.

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Poor recording quality in some tracks.

Many tracks had the audience louder than the comedian which made it very difficult to listen to. I also didn't find the comedians particularly funny, but that could be personal preference!

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mediocre.

some comedians are OK but, most just keep spewing anti brexit rubbish.
sick of this left wing bile.
was hoping for just comedy...
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sound quality is not good

listening in the car is a terrible experience. sometimes you can hear the audience perfectly and the comedian not at all... but in some cases that is not a bad thing. overall I did not think this was a particularly quality bunch!

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I thought this was meant to be comedy.

This was probably the least funny thing I have heard in some time. I listened to parts of the first three "comedians", didn't laugh once, so I gave up.