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    Bisha K Ali

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    Bisha K Ali, Chris Betts & Louise Leigh

    • SHOWING
    • 24 Nov
      24 Nov - 24 Nov 2017
    About

    Every Friday evening Chuckle Busters hosts a lovingly curated selection of comedians at The Wardrobe Theatre.

    Each night features a mix of top comics trying out new material and budding newer acts handpicked from the vibrant Bristol comedy scene.

    “Classier and less raucous than average” Bristol 24/7
    “Splendid comedy session” Bristol Post

    BISHA K ALI

    Hailing from West London and ping-ponging between cultures has left her with no choice but to stand up and laugh about her strict and strange upbringing. A storyteller, Bisha touches on topics including race, religion, science and family. Her laid-back charm, along with her ability to surprise and delight audiences took her to the Final of the 2013 Funny Women Awards within a year of her first gig.

    “It’s a rare treat to see a comedian with a unique and instantly defined persona. Bisha already seems to know more about comedy than many veterans of the art form” Adam Bloom

    CHRIS BETTS

    Chris Betts’ mind is a curious place, where the philosophical meets the ridiculous. His shows are a perfect balance of incisive social satire and complete silliness. He has a style that is equal parts confident, thoughtful, ridiculous and mischievous.

    “An enticing prospect, a Canadian who deals in off-kilter thoughts sharpened by the occasional prod at taboo topics” Independent

    LOUISE LEIGH

    Standing up since 2015, Bristol-based mum Louise is coming to a stage near you, as soon as she’s de-loused her kids (again). She brings well-observed material about the dark side of parenting and navigating the choppy seas of middle age.

    “Imaginative, brilliant and ever-so-slightly risqué” Scotsman

    9.45pm (9.30pm doors)

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