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Mr Fluffypunk’s Penny Gaff featuring Phil Kay and Pete The Temp

  • SVA 4 John Street Stroud, GL5 2HA United Kingdom (map)

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Roll up, roll up! It’s time for Mr Fluffypunk’s Penny Gaff!

Phil Kay : Free-form philosophical comedic genius
Pete the Temp : Spoken word / beatbox / loops.
Wobbie Wobbit : Singalong daftness from that London

Phil Kay
' Phil's comedy is a unique blend of energy, improvisation and leaps of imagination that take his audience on a joyride they'll never forget. Even Phil has no idea what might happen when he unleashes his crazy brand of improvised comedy mayhem. He possesses the rare gift of creating a space where audiences feel like they are kids again, all taking part in a practical joke.’

Phil Kay is stand-up comedy's answer to spontaneous human combustion a rare, explosive and always surprising phenomenon that simply cannot be contained in a box or represented on a cathode tube. Phil tours Britain constantly and is a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where he performs yearly to sell-out crowds and critical acclaim.

Pete the Temp
Loop station artist, comic and spoken word poet whose work has featured all over the radio. A former National Poetry Slam Champion, Pete has performed his stuff all over the world and has stage-dived into a thousands-strong crowd of ravers after doing poetry at them.

'Poetry's answer to Mark Thomas' -Chortle
'Challenging, inspiring, terrifying and amusing'- Ecologist Magazine
'I left feeling angry, inspired and galvanised'- Metropolist

Wobbie Wobbit
Veteran of London's alternative cabaret scene. Acoustic guitar meets effervescent wordplay via an invisible dog. No, really. Come and find out what it means. Playing to thousands at festivals (including the cabaret stage at Glastonbury) and equally at home in intimate club venues, theatres and parties, this is a comic songwriter and performer with a wonderful and joyous ability to engage any audience within the first ten seconds.

Plus of course human diazepam Miserable Malcolm.

Jonny will do some stuff. Plus a short film. And a competition. And sofas and chairs for all.

Tickets: £8.50 from SVA /£10 online /£12 on the door

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