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Head to The Boathouse on Bank Holiday Monday for laughs from two quality comedians.
‘Guilty Pleasure’ (Daily Record) Stephen Bailey, as seen on Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, is making noise on the comedy circuit by being fun, charming and sassy.
A skilled improviser, Stephen is ‘annoyingly sharp’ and is known for mixing up his material covering everything from celeb antics to relationships with those in his life.
His performances are ‘warm and affectionate yet no less biting in their wit’
“Stephen is good fun and a great addition to the comedy scene” – Sunday Express
Expect songs, silliness and other neo music hall nonsense from this ‘stupid young man’.
Combining off-beat jokes with songs about dying pets and choice fatigue, Cahill’s unpretentiously surreal and absurd outlook has secured him firmly in the “one to watch” category, as well as seeing him win numerous awards including the title of Chortle Best Newcomer 2012 and a nomination for Chortle Breakthrough Act 2013.
“This quirky performer has true star quality and bags of originality, mixing physical humour, gimmicks, wordplay and comedy songs. Imagine a cross between Sean Lock and Eddie Izzard and you might be getting somewhere, but nowhere close.” – Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
Live at the Boathouse takes place at the Isle of Arts Festival on Monday 4th May at 7.30pm in The Boathouse, Spyglass Inn.
Tickets are £10.
Book your tickets through the Isle of Arts Festival Website or in person from Seasons newsagent on Ventnor High Street.
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