A very exciting show coming up, with two Edinburgh previews in one night from two brilliant comics. Steve Day and Matthew Crosby will be both be performing early versions of their new Edinburgh Fringe shows – together they’d probably cost you £20 to see in Edinburgh, at Reckless Comedy it’s just £2 and you can see them before everyone else!
MONDAY 6TH JUNE
ROBBINS WELL, LEAMINGTON SPA
“Doors” 8.30pm, Comedy 9pm
Entry just £2
MATTHEW CROSBY: AdventureParty
Matthew Crosby, the short one with the glasses from sketch favourites, PAPPY’S (if.comedy award nominees, Chortle award winners), presents his debut solo show: AdventureParty. Is it an adventure? Is it a party? Is it neither? Come find out. Matthew has written for and performed in a number of TV and radio shows including The Now Show (R4), The Kevin Bishop Show, Robert’s Web (Ch4), Ask Rhod Gilbert (BBC1) and The King Is Dead (BBC3).
“A rising star” BBC Culture Show
“Intriguingly Matthew Crosby from Bromley is also a comedian.” What’s On In Kent magazine
STEVE DAY: Run, Deaf Boy, Run!’
At the age of 47 severely/profoundly deaf comedian Steve Day, of Radio 4, decided to run The London Marathon. In this funny and heart-warming show Steve tells of his struggle to complete the course, and his battles against obstacles far greater than the distance to be run. The more he is absorbed into completing the race the more it becomes a metaphor for his struggles in life, all the trials, triumphs and failures, and the loneliness of the long-distance deaf comedian. Run for a ticket.