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Girlfriend From Hell - Valentine's Day Comedy Night tickets

The Wellington Pub in London

Wednesday 14th February 2018

8:00pm til 10:00pm (last entry 7:30pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Valentines Day Comedy Night! Calling all Bumble daters, Tinder swipers or any couple who just can’t be fu**ed to go a restaurant.

 
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Girlfriend From Hell - Valentine's Day Comedy Night on Wednesday 14th February 2018

Please note tickets on Skiddle will only be available to purchase until 5:00pm on the 14th Of February or you can bye tickets on the door using CASH ONLY.

Valentine’s Day just got a little less lame and a little more jokes.

Come and watch Gabby Killick’s internationally touring comedy show Girlfriend From Hell this Valentines Day!

The show explores some of the key issues facing today's millennials including how to walk straight when you've taken too much ketamine, what to do when you loose your skirt in a night club and how to keep the wine monster at bay long enough to secure an engagement ring.

The show offers life advice on everything from the sexiest Instagram poses to how to get ready for a hot date with the man of your dreams in under 30 seconds.

And, of course, underpinning the whole show is Gabby’s most important philosophical belief - it's never too early to start stalking your boyfriend.

The details:

The show starts at 8 pm but The Wellington pub is open from 4pm.

Tickets to the show are £10 each which includes an arrival 'Love Potion' cocktail.

So, whether you’ve recently been dumped, still going strong after six years or are a serial swiper - this is the event for you!

Gabby Killick

Listed in the 'Funny Women' Top 10 Best Stage Show Award 2017

‘Very physical, very animated and very theatrical yet Gabby somehow manages to keep it accessible and relatable. An incredibly talented young female comedian!’

‘Gabby’s unique blend of character comedy and acting skills leave the audience in fits of laughter. She uses her facial expressions, range of accents and body language to get the audience totally absorbed in her story and desperate for more.’

Featuring performances from Gabby’s ex boyfriends, nothing is off limits in this shockingly frank and hilarious account of dating and partying in 2018.

The Ex Boyfriends…

Peter Merriment

As heard on BBC Radio 4 and talkSPORT, seen on FAN TV and SOCCER AM. Football fan and East-ender, Peter talks about his life and topical material. Peter is the regular MC for Comedy Beast, running 4 venues around London and Hertfordshire, and also the Comedy Tents at Plumstead Make Merry (London) and Charmed Life Festival (Portsmouth) plus some high profile charity events. Peter will be making his Edinburgh Festival debut in 2018. “An innate ability to make people laugh” Daniel Gee - LBC “You should have gone on” Reginald D Hunter “Great topical material” Patrick Monahan “Good stuff” Harry Hall“ You need to see a doctor” Nicole Harris

Ryan Dalton

'One of the funniest and tallest comedians I've ever seen!' - Jarlath Regan Ryan’s quick-witted, cheeky, and sometimes naughty stories are performed with an aggressive charm. He brings his frustrations to the audience, whether it be a stories from his life coming out as a vegan to his 'meaty eaty' or tales of the tricky guests during his time working as a zoo keeper, he tells his stories with the pent-up anger of a criminal yet the voice of an angel.

Zachary Paul Lawrence

Zac is an actor from Chicago, currently studying at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA in Classical Acting. He previously studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Birmingham's School of Acting and appeared in a number of productions with Shaw Chicago, focusing on the works of George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries. Less dull, he spent many years studying and performing Chicago style improv, and performed with Greenroom Theater as well as Foghorn Improv in sunny Birmingham.

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