Widgeon Theatre Boat
Regent's Canal Towpath, London N1C 4LW, UK
Join us on Friday 8th December at The Widgeon Theatre Boat, Kings Cross for Comedy Night with Phil Kay, Javier Costales plus more tbc.
The Widgeon Theatre Boat will be moored at Regents Canal, Towpath. Kings Cross. London by York Way N1C 4 LW.
The show starts at 7.30pm and finishes at 9.00pm with an interval in between.
On the day the boat will be open from Midday till 10pm.
Tickets are donations of £10 in advance and are available from the link below or you can also buy direct from us at the Widgeon Theatre Boat, with cash or card payments in person.
If you need any special assistance on the day or would like to know more, you can send an email to email@example.com.
Check out their bio’s below...
Come see Phil Kay, the Scottish “magician of mirth” – the lively, cosmic Storyteller with outlandish tales, who will speak of his recent days and muck about in the moment, improvise a song about you and float your Longboat – he’s very buoyant.He’s done 20 Edinburgh Fringes, so he must be good!“Mesmerizing, headf*ck genius.” – Time Out
Javier Costales is talked about as surreal, absurdist, observational, daft and satirical, but he doesn’t stand as a novelty, neither does he mirror what you think you know about stand-up comedy.
He’s performed some truly unique gigs, including gigs at the National Portrait Gallery and in front of St Paul’s Cathedral.
“You may have heard whispers about our local cult hero.”In his own idiosyncratic way every tool is at his hand and punchlines spring from unlikely places.
Once you laugh with him Comedy for you will never be the same again.
“Surreal flights of fancy and punchlines that spring up from the most unlikely of places. It’s the ramblings of a unique comedic mind” – Tickled Pig
“The best I’ve seen in a long time” – Phil Kay
“Javier performs an accomplished set, his musings follow on seamlessly as he treats us to some well thought out and entertaining material” – Broadway Baby
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