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Brighton Fringe: Teakshow

PUBLISHED: 16:45 03 May 2011 | UPDATED: 19:17 20 February 2013

Brighton Fringe: Teakshow

Brighton Fringe: Teakshow

Teakshow returns to the Brighton fringe to perform some more Twisted sketches!

With sell-out audiences and rave reviews from their shows at: Leicester Square Theatre, Edinburgh Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival, Oxford Fringe and Henley Fringe, TeakShow is now set to return to Brighton Fringe with more Twisted Sketches!


Relentlessly and impertinently slick, this is razor-sharp, character sketch comedy. Youll meet crazed twitchers, filthy flappers, a psychotic Bill Sykes, a robot sex god and the limp but charming Hampstead Police. Teakshow promises to make you feel scarred, breathless and crying for your mum; but in a good way.



Straight to the point and well executed humour with not a dull moment in sight (Fringe Report, Leicester Square Theatre)


Talented versatile performers an array of outrageous charactersdark and twisted comedy feast ThreeWeeks, Edinburgh Festival


Delightfully originalabsolute geniushits the jackpot, the audience instantly in hysterics (Fringe Review, Edinburgh Festival)


The two performers are very, very strong (Stewart Collins, artistic director of Henley Festival and BAFA)


Daring, varied, fabulously outrageous Remotegoat, Camden Festival


Recommended TimeOut



Teakshows Twisted Sketched can be seen at the Laughing Horse, The Temple, 121, Western Rd on 7th and 8th May 2011 at 10.15pm. Tickets are 5. Unsuitable for children.

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