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STEPHEN BAILEY: SHOULD’VE BEEN A POPSTAR
February 10, 2015 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm£4
‘Guilty Pleasure’ (Daily Record), Stephen Bailey (as seen on Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side) returns with his hotly tipped follow-up show in preparation for Edinburgh 2015
This year, Stephen is talking about being apologetically yourself! Too often, we are told NO, DON’T, SHOULDN’T and then much like Beverley Knight we are left thinking… shoulda, woulda, coulda – this isn’t a show about regret, but rather conviction.
★★★★ – The Sunday Express
★★★★ – The New Current
★★★★ – The Gay UK
★★★★ – ScotsGay
‘Instantly likeable’ (Chortle), he is quickly establishing himself as a solid warm up artist who is ‘Truly Unique’ (Jane McDonald, Loose Women); having warmed up for ITV (Loose Women & Let’s Lunch with Gino and Mel) and BBC3.
As a writer, he has contributed articles to Attitude magazine and Live Manchester; and taken part in debates for the Huffington Post, New York
He was also a finalist in the Brighton Fringe / We Got Tickets New Act of the Year Competition (2013).
Stephen is ‘good fun and a great addition to the comedy scene’ – Sunday Express
AMY HOWERSKA: SASSPOT
Raised by a of pack trained killers and skydivers…in Swansea.(Well they say you should write about what you know) Rising star Amy Howerska brings you an hour of stand up that is definitely not sanctioned by the British government. The show will contain stories of Death, Skydiving and Swansea