Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die (5 stars)

Stand up from the Australian comedian who has appeared on The John Bishop Show and Russell Howard's Good News.

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Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die

Last year Felicity wrote a show about mental illness & IBS. Much to her surprise more people saw the show than her family, and a man called Gavin. Always one to flog a dead horse, she's back with another this one. And this time, she loses her bag.

WINNER: Best International Show 2016 New Zealand Comedy Festival NOMINEE: Best Club Comic 2016 Chortle Awards

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My Comedy Hero: Felicity Ward on Maria Bamford

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The Australian stand-up picks the American comedian and star of her own Netflix show

From the time I was about eight years old, I've had all sorts of people set fire to something inside me and call me to comedy in one way or another: Steve Martin in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Ruprecht will continue to be the unconscious inspiration to…

Student Guide 2016: Live comedy

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10 of the best Edinburgh Fringe comedy shows now touring

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Where to catch this year's Fringe successes, from Richard Gadd to Bridget Christie

This year's Edinburgh Fringe brought to the fore a broad range of terrific comedy, from political polemics to starkly personal projects. Now that the crowds have dispersed and the sound of laughter is but a distant echo, many of the more successful…

Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die

15 Aug 20165 stars

Avoiding the standard Fringe tropes with a killer show that elevates this Aussie comic

How did we get here? This is what you'll think while watching the latest tremendous show by Australian Felicity Ward. How did we get so deep into the dynamics of reality TV makeover shows? Or the etiquette of swimming pool lane speeds? Or suicide rates …

Felicity Ward: What If There Is No Toilet?

6 Aug 20153 stars

A tough but titter-inducing tale of mental health and toilet habits

Any audience member fears that moment when their bladder can take no more and the desperate need for a pit-stop has overtaken any embarrassment factor at making a hasty exit during a show. Australian comic Felicity Ward has every sympathy with that…

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