Innovative sketch cultists MegMeg present a new hour of odd sketches for odd people, 15-17 August, Hen and Chickens, 109 St Paul’s Rd, London N1 2NA.
MegMeg is the world’s fastest-growing charitable organisation to be certified “not a cult” by experts. Having brought spiritual guidance to millions and sketch comedy to some, join MegMeg Forgo the Worm Ritual as they present an hour of comedy sketches, which will make you laugh with your mouth but also learn with your brain and eyes.
MegMeg have generously donated three young Megans from their Entertainment Division to perform for you. They have only recently begun their life’s work of helping MegMeg, having performed their debut hour Help us to Help you Help MegMeg in March, as well as hosting their own monthly variety night Step Aside Gods: It’s MegMeg and Peers, both at the Hen and Chickens.
Writing/Performing credits include: Cambridge Footlights International Tour Show: Canada (Writer/Performers, Official Sold Out Show, Pleasance Dome, 2013), I Would: A Hypothetical Sketch Show (Writer/Performer, Gilded Balloon, 2015) and The Canon: A Literary Sketch Show (Ed Fringe Review’s “Most Attractive Ensemble” [yes really], C Venues & Chortle Comedy Book Festival, 2014).
Writing/Directing credits include: Daphne (Pleasance Courtyard, Foster’s Best Newcomer Nominees 2015), Beard: The Grin of Love (PBH’s Free Fringe, 2014), Princes of Main (Pleasance Courtyard, 2015), Pick Me Up (“Derek Award” Winner, Just The Tonic, 2013).
“Potent” – The List
“Ridiculous and genius in equal measure” – Ed Fringe Review
“Multiple hysterical and improbable deaths” – Broadway Baby
“Few other sketch shows can demonstrate such variety or such depth of thought and then carry their momentum unbroken for the full hour […] a cut above.” – Festival Journal
“Their experimentation with form [is] firmly in service to the very funny sketches” ***** – Fresh Fringe