‘WACKY WEDNESDAY’ present: Helen Duff with support from Charlie Partridge & Tommy Holgate

When:
April 17, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
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Cost:
£10.00

‘Wacky Wednesday’  is a comedy night at The Tom Thumb, it happens every third wednesday of the month.

We invite diffrent comedians to perform for you, this month we have….

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Helen Duff’s back with her sell out Edinburgh hit, diving head first into love and delighting in its delicious depths. A ‘master of shamelessly silly yet socially conscious clowning’ (★★★★ BROADWAY BABY), she draws her audience into a ‘level of intimacy most acts wouldn’t dare’ and ‘deserves any and all praise that comes her way’ (★★★★ SKINNY). Catch her live then see her on the big screen opposite Will Ferrell in the mega feature film Holmes and Watson, out Christmas 2018.

 

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Charlie Partridge, comedian, beatboxer and strange man as seen on BBC Three, heard on Radio 4 and 6Music will be flexing his looper for some brand new songs as well as old favourites ahead of a summer of UK MUsic Festivals. “Cult Festival Favourite” GRAZIA

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Tommy Holgate presents “I’m not a madman I’m here to help”

In 2015, comedian and journalist Tommy Holgate planted a rose quartz crystal in Rupert Murdoch’s work garden, before ditching tabloids to run for Parliament.

Pledging free dance and Tai Chi classes if elected, the Peace Party candidate garnered international news coverage.
This news footage led to an invite to live in a peace commune on the side of a mountain in Portugal.

When Archangel Raphael appeared to encourage Tommy to increase mindfulness provision on the UK curriculum, the 32-year-old holistic therapist came home on a renewed mission.

After being diagnosed with a Messiah Complex and checking into N.A. last year, he moved to Margate.

Now he’s ready to make jokes again.

“A glorious human being who has reclaimed himself” – Russell Brand
“Clever and Funny” – Al Murray
“Not an immediate danger to himself or others” – Local G