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Abandoman: Life & Rhymes
Fast-paced musical comedy sketches and hip hop improvisations from Rob Broderick.
Anna Morris: It's Got To Be Perfect
The star of ITV2's Bad Bridesmaid and BBC One's Outnumbered presents the wedding rehearsal of her alter-ego Georgina Francis and long-suffering fiance Simon, a Conservative Politician.
Birthday Girls: Sh!t Hot Party Legends
Sketch comedy from Beattie Edmondson, Rose Johnson and Camille Ucan. As featured on BBC Radio 4's Sketchorama, BBC1's Absolutely Fabulous, and Channel 4's Blaps.
The Brighton-based quartet plays aggressive hardcore with the grandeur of post rock and the atypical characteristics of math rock. Support from Tigercub and Bad Sign.
Black Peaks and Heck
Double headline tour from Brighton four-piece and Nottingham quartet playing aggressive hardcore and high octane rock.
Bloodstock: Metal To The Masses
The competition for metal bands to decide who will perform at the festival.
A club night curated by Dayfower, also featuring Kermes, Weallfallsilent, Gloss (Niall Godfree solo set), plus DJ Ninja Bob and free candy.
Casbahmmp Presents Hands Off Gretel With Special Guests Tbc
Venue is Strictly 18+ and ID will be required. More Details Follow Hands Off Gretel https://www.facebook.com/handsoffgretel/?fref=ts
Fri 23 Jun
£5.50 / 0116 255 1228
Casbahmmp Presents Sisterray With Special Guests
This venue is strictly 18+ and ID will be required. NUS Earlybird Tickets please bring NUS card to the gig with your booking reference. SISTERRAY https://www.facebook.com/sisterayuk/?ref=page_internal&qsefr=1 www.sisteray.com www.soundcloud.com/sisterayuk www.twitter.com/sisterayuk www.youtube.com/sisteray "Gnarly…
Retro indie rock.
Colin Hoult / Anna Mann: A Sketch Show For Depressives
Star of BBC's Murder in Successville and Being Human, Colin Hoult returns as the delightful character Ms Anna Mann in a show to put down your black dog at last or at least chuck him a bone. As seen in Derek, Life's Too Short and creator of BBC Radio 4's Carnival of Monsters.
Sun 12 Feb
£9 / 0116 255 1228
The comedy trio embark on a fantasy role-playing adventure set in Leicester, with live musical accompaniment and an immersive set-up.
Comedians and dancers share the stage as stand-ups performs their routines and dancers react and improvise their interpretation on stage with them before swapping roles and performing each others material.
Desiree Burch: This is Evolution
American comedian Desiree Burch investigates identity through sex, drugs and adolescence.
Feedback Club Night
A regular club night dedicated to the best in metal, rock and alternative music.
Fern Brady: Male Comedienne
The award-nominated stand-up presents her latest material about gender, class and Catholicism.
The American rock trio performs in support of its album Dealer.
The Harry And Chris Show
World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker and jazz musician Chris Read team up to bring their blend of poetry, music, love and laughter.
Formed in Nottingham under the name Baby Godzilla the four-piece perform hardcore punk and mathcore under their new moniker.
Hip Hop Karaoke
Rap, R&B and hip hop sing-along.
Sketch comedy from Anna Piper and Max Levine.
Imran Yusuf: Work In Progress
Hilarious comedy from the Kenyan-born British stand-up, offering a more humanising narrative of Muslims.
Indie Anthems DJs
The best classic indie anthems from the Stone Roses to the Arctic Monkeys and Madchester to Britpop.
Jim Smallman: Straight Edge
The comedian discusses his straight edge life and how more people are choosing to abstain.
John Robertson: The Dark Room
An interactive video game courtesy of the cult stand-up.
Leicester Indiepop Alldayer
The sixth annual Alldayer, presented by Sweeping The Nation
M2tm Heat 5
Support your local bands on the road to Bloodstock Festival
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Support your local bands on the road to Bloodstock Festival
The metal band performs in support of its latest album.
Mitch Benn: Don't Fear the Reaper
A night of comedy and song with Radio 4 favourite Mitch Benn. It's been a morbid time for 'the country's leading musical satirist' (The Times); he's turned 46 - over the hill by anyone's standards - his personal life is in turmoil, and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies. At times like these, a man feels the…
Mitch Benn: Don't Fear The Reaper
The comedian performs musical satire and questions whether death is anything to fear.
Norman Lovett: Entertaining Moaner
Hilarious stand-up from the comedian best remembered as Red Dwarf's Holly the Computer.
Paul Currie: Catzinmymouth: Work In Progress
An hour long piece of non sequitur free form stream of consciousness and very silly voices from the honest and rather absurd comedian.
Paul Currie: FffffffMilk
High energy performance from Currie, mixing stand-up with street clowning for a nonsensical, surreal evening of comedy.
Intelligent stand-up and storytelling from the familiar face of the ITV quiz show The Chase.
Paul Tonkinson: The Full Tonks
The Yorkshireman, marathon runner and former Time Out Comedian Of The Year presents a solo show delivering caustic observations about domestic life.
The Rock Society
Weekly night of all things rock and metal.
Rose Matafeo: Work In Progress
Stand-up from the New Zealand comedian.
Sam Duckworth: Recreations
The musician, formerly known as Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, performs his 2006 debut album The Chronicles Of Bohemian Teenager in its entirety to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its release.
Seymour Mace: Erm…?
The unenthusiastic comic returns with a new show.
Sheep Soup: The Invention Of Acting
Expect offbeat original sketches mixed with unique musical comedy, in the raucous and inimitable style of Nottingham's Sheep Soup.
Chris Betts and Ahir Shah compete via headphones for the attention of the audience.
The London-based four-piece combo featuring Niall Rowan, Michael Hanrahan, Daniel Connolly and Marco Biagini, plays its indie/punk originals.
The Smiths Ltd
The band pays tribute to the Mancunian, Morrissey-led outfit by performing heartfelt indie covers, such as 'This Charming Man' and 'How Soon Is Now?'
Standard Issue In Conversation
A panel of magazine contributors including founder Sarah Millican and fellow stand ups Danielle Ward and Jane Hill chatting about funnies, feminism and more.