Tag Archives: sketch comedy

Hello-ween

29 Oct

hEy FArTHoooooleS!

It’s Halloween on thursday and we made a funky-fresh video to celebrate. Why don’t you watch it then?

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I LOVE EMAILS!

22 Oct

Everyone loves emails right? RIGHT?! Well that’s good, because we set up a new Mailing List. It’s true! You can actually get an email from us. It will probably be whenever Beattie remembers/ is shouted at, and that will probably be less than once a month, but they will look really great and will tell you about gigs and stuff or maybe just have cyber treats in them. Visual cyber treats.

SIGN UP NOW! CLICK HERE! ON THE WORD ‘HERE’!

HO! WE’RE BACK!

23 Sep
Feeding Time

Feeding Time

Hey guys,

We’ve had a little break of late. We did the Edinburgh festival and it drained us of most of our life force, so we took a little comedy nap.

The good news is that now we’re back home in stinky old London and we have eaten enough food to sustain us for the winter. This means we will be doing some comedy shows, or ‘gigs’, which is great news for those people who missed the Edinburgh festival, because we will be doing our AMAZING show Birthday Girls: 2053 at the following places:

Saturday 28th September, The Globe Inn, Glossop:  TICKETS PLEASE

Sunday 29th September, The Frog and Bucket, Manchester: PRETTY PLEASE!

Thursday 10th October, The Camden Head, Camden

Sunday 20th October, The Pleasance, Islington:  HO LORDY!

So get yourself down to a gig mates! We need you to come.

xxxx

Brill Prank Evs!

28 Apr

We did a video. Beattie doesn’t like it.

Birthday Girls: Comedy Party

16 Mar

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Oh hey boyz and gyalz. Remember that Birthday Girls: Comedy Party is happening this morning 18th March at the Wilmington Arms. All these bloody guys are playing

Joe Lycett – 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Nevermind the Buzzcocks, Celebrity Juice and many more TV shows. He’s on TV.

Lou Sanders – Names as one of the top comic’s to watch out for in The Sun, TimeOut, London is Funny, Fest Magazine and Dave TV.

Max & Ivan – ‘Hugely ambitious and impressive’ – The Guardian

Mae Martin – Mae is Canadian. She won “Best International Performer” at the Brighton Fringe. She’s also from Canada and is Canadian.

Dog Eared Collective – ‘A hilarious hour of fast-paced comedy’ – The Sunday Times

Why would you not come?

Free cake

Unfree tickets (£6)

Doors 7.30pm

The Wilmington Arms, 69 Rosebery Avenue, London

First. Gig. Ever.

16 Mar

We’re really excited to bring you footage of our first ever gig, including exclusive backstage access and behind the scenes drama. Next stop, Wembley.

PARTY TIME! (we’ve showered)

7 Mar

 

Crack out the party poppers.

 

Make a cheese and pineapple hedgehog.

 

Pass the parcel.

 

Birthday Girls are here!

 

Watch our brill vid below to meet us and see what we’re about…