Multi-award winning Australian comedian Laura Davis is a newcomer to the NextUp family with her show Live at Easey Street. Smart, original and full of black humour, Davis brings it . . .
How would you define yourself in 5 words? Juliette Burton is struggling to evaluate herself in this truly charming and life affirming show. Burton shares powerful and candid stories of . . .
Taking a brave and uncompromising dive into her own struggles with mental health, Juliette’s show Butterfly Effect smashes the stigmas and assumptions we are all guilty of when it comes . . .
Grappling with what it means to be a woman in comedy in a post #metoo world, and the inherit misogyny of the comedy industry, this is a delightful comedy special . . .
Having effectively cured all depression in her previous show, flamboyant Actress and Political Theatre doyen Anna Mann returns to single handedly take on the rise of fascism. There’s audience interaction . . .
This cheerful Dubliner’s observations are thought-provoking, charming and masterful, interwoven with razor sharp social commentary. Newly wedded to his muslim wife, in Yo Contraire Maxwell’s takes on culture, religion and . . .
Join BBC New Comedy Award finalist and wheelchair enthusiast Aaron Simmonds in Disabled Coconut as he tells you how his first paid gig led to him performing on BBC2, and . . .
A charming show from Welsh comedian Robin Morgan, focusing on what it is to be a father and a son, and what makes a good role model in 2019. In . . .
Ashley Storrie‘s raw, hysterical show about mental health, depression, autism, dating and Beauty and the Beast will leave you hanging on her every word. Rising star Ashley’s show is the . . .