Fresh, off-beat comedy from two former Cambridge Footlights.
Louisa met Níamh at University and knew immediately she was the banana to her split. Their relationship began when Níamh locked Louisa in a kitchen for no reason. Things began to escalate when Louisa forced Níamh to gate-crash a party in character as landlocked yacht owners. Recently they’ve both gotten into splitting things in half – cakes, xylophones, the atom – and thought they’d split an hour show too.
Join us for the weirdest damn sundae you’ve ever eaten.
Louisa Keight is an alumnus of Soho Theatre Young Company, winner of the Quantum Leopard Champion of Champions Award 2021 and was a finalist in the 2021 Funny Women Stage Awards. Witty and cerebral, her brand of stand up pairs the whimsical with the mundane. “A smart operator” – Chortle. “Refreshing” – DIVA magazine.
Níamh Curran was quarter finalist of the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards. Her style offers a dry and dark take on the life of a millennial who grew up in a post-troubles Northern Ireland. Described as "unflinchingly dark ... packs a punch" by Varsity, she is personally disliked by Jordan Peterson.