Deli Comedy Festival: Josh Glanc & Christopher Bliss

The Old Library (Theatre Delicatessen), 39 Wells Way, London

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Wed 11th Jul 2018

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Where:The Old Library (Theatre Delicatessen), 39 Wells Way, London SE5 0PX
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Times:19:30 - 22:00
Admission:£6 - £12
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About the event

The Deli Comedy Festival is a month-long season of previews of some of the best comedy that will be appearing at this year’s Edinburgh Festival and beyond. Whether it is the latest material from those names we know and love, or discovering the new generation of comics breaking through, this exciting new festival will bring an explosive burst of cutting edge comedy to audiences across London.

Tonight, the Deli Comedy Festival Presents:

Josh Glanc: Karma Karma Karma Karma Karma Chamedian (Work in Progress)


Josh Glanc completely sold out his 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival season. He won the Perth Fringe Best Comedy Award, the Adelaide Fringe Weekly Comedy Award and was named by the Herald Sun as one of the "must see" Aussie comics.

He's one of the fastest rising Aussie talents known for his brilliant characters and surrealist sketch work. Don't miss him.

'‘Glanc is spectacular’
The Music

''Bizarre, provocative, random, clever'
The Advertiser

''A hairy moustached man in his underwear.

Christopher Bliss: I Spy With My Little Eye Something Beginning With Why Have You Been Sleeping With My Wife: A Play by Christopher Bliss (Work in Progress)

Christopher Bliss is a writer, novelist and son of two. He writes three novels a day, lives with his mother, and is one of the best writers in his household.

Rob Carter’s loveable character trots around Theatre Deli for the first time, after his sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival in 2017.

Christopher will be trying out some new stories that will ‘blow your brain off’.

“One of the best character shows we’ve seen for a long time” BRITISH COMEDY GUIDE.

“This is how character comedy should be done.” CHORTLE

“Consistently, pant-wettingly funny.” FEST

“This is a fresh, original show, and one of the gems of this year’s Fringe.” FringeGuru

“A ludicrously diverse performer, Rob Carter is unquestionably worth your time.” ThreeWeeks

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