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Tragic comedy from tragic comedians. A night of the funniest comedy from the saddest acts. London's only authentic comedy night.
After a Sadwave sabbatical here's the lowdown on what people have been up to:
Harry Deansway - after a car crash series of previews Harry took his show up to Edinburgh for a short run knowing full well it was doomed. Think of a movie where someone overcomes the odds: Harry isn't the star of that movie.
Luke McQueen will be returning from Edinburgh secretly pissed off he wasn't nominated for an award. After a lot of buzz from his peers he would have ramped up his effort in the final few days thinking, "Maybe I could actually get nominated?" He wasn't. Please welcome Luke back to this shit hole toilet gig.
Trevor Lock did something up at Edinburgh I think but he probably doesn't even know what constitutes success or failure anymore. He'll probably have a poem written on a scrap of shitty paper or something to that effect at this gig.
Lee Kern didn't go to Edinburgh and instead sat at home like a rat, institutionalised and willingly staying in his trap.
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