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Blizzard Comedy LIVE, featuring Rachel Creeger

OH LOOK ANOTHER BLIZZARD!! Come join us at Gullivers NQ for another belter of a show with Manchester’s most inclusive comedy.

Tickets are currently available to book via our Patreon here and will be made public soon.

Featuring:

Headline act Rachel Creeger

Rachel Creeger is a multi award-winning stand up comedian, writer and director, and the only practising orthodox Jewish woman on the mainstream UK comedy circuit. Her debut hour “It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl” won the Best Comedy Award at the Greater Manchester Fringe in 2017. The show was meant to tour the UK in 2020 and her new show “Pray It Forward” was set to debut in Edinburgh, but we all know what happened!

“Creeger is never anything less than truly fascinating.” Views From The Gods

“Tight writing, sharp performance and a beautifully zany imagination.” The Brighton Source

With support from

Jonathan Murray

Jonathan ‘Jono’ Murray is a scouse comedian and front man for the spoken word punk band Austerity Dogs.

“Razor sharp scouse wit combined with superbly crafted storytelling. Jono skirts the edges of morality with his madcap tales and leaves the audience craving more” Sian Davies

Nathan Tommis

Nathan is bringing his energetic style to being an autist in a neurotypical world and how worryingly close to home recent events have been for him.

Marie Goulbourne

Marie Goulbourne is a comedian and actor. Marie enjoys trains, science fiction and talking about herself in the third person.

and Bella Humphries

Originally from Swindon, Bella began acting at the age of eleven. After exploring theatre, music and dance, she has now entered the world of stand up comedy and can regularly be found gigging on the London comedy circuit.

and special guest host Sam Serrano

The gender fluid King and Queen of comedy, Sam Serrano has spent the past couple of years smashing some of comedy’s most intense competitions, including GYF comedian of the year 2018 (2nd), Comedy Bloomers: LGBT Comedian of the Year 2019 (runner up), Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2019 (finalist).

https://www.facebook.com/samuelserranocomedian/

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Blizzard Comedy LIVE, featuring Edy Hurst

We have celebrated our third birthday and are marching headfirst into our fourth year of existing on Manchester’s comedy scene.

We are blessed to be a part of it and are hyped to have a line-up of absolute legends with us when we return to our OG stage at Gullivers on Monday 9th May.

Book your free ticket here.

For this show, we are delighted to have coming to our stage:

Headline act Edy Hurst

A musical comedian putting on their bravest face given the circumstances. A wild animal cornered in an ice cream parlour. A man still waiting for proper therapy and treatment for rampant ADHD. A loop pedal, a guitar, and a lot of politeness coupled with a worry that politeness can be seen as partaking in the status quo, and a good amount of guilt.

With support from

The Impish Scribe

Warm and mischievous; The Impish Scribe can’t help but win you over and make you feel better, whether you like it or not!

Marie Goulbourne

Marie Goulbourne is a comedian and actor. Marie enjoys trains, science fiction and talking about herself in the third person.

Amarpal Singh

Amarpal had the fortune of being brought up in Bradford by working class parents but the misfortune of having those parents become upper class and putting him into a posh school. Now as he hits middle age his stand up goes back to reflect on the bizarre contrast growing up and how it still effects him today: from school yard racism to bringing up a mixed race child, his comedy is a tender love letter to his family, his home town and the mental health issues that they both helped create.

and

Umby Winters

“Umby Winters is so good at stand up it makes me fucking furious.” – Hannah Platt

and our wonderful host Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)

As always Blizzard Comedy is complete free at point of entry, but we will accept donations on the door via cash or card that will go towards supporting our wonderful performers.

But if you would like to support us you can do that at:
https://www.patreon.com/blizzardcomedy
https://blizzardcomedy.co.uk/support-us/


Book your free ticket here.

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Amarpal Singh and Craig Wilson v Kath Marvelley and Righteous Lion || BCBA S02 E12

We are committed to keeping our show as accessible as we can – and that means livestreams to anyone who is still vulnerable or simply not near Manchester.

Our next episode of Blizzard Comedy’s Broadcast Avalanche will be on Monday 25th April 2022, broadcast live to our Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/blizzardcomedy

If you’ve missed the episodes we’ve streamed so far, you can find them all on our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8rtSwsjVr-L8FgLCJ0VOQ

Subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the other cool stuff we’re working on right now!


This month our show features:

Amarpal Singh

Amarpal had the fortune of being brought up in Bradford by working class parents but the misfortune of having those parents become upper class and putting him into a posh school. Now as he hits middle age his stand up goes back to reflect on the bizarre contrast growing up and how it still effects him today: from school yard racism to bringing up a mixed race child, his comedy is a tender love letter to his family, his home town and the mental health issues that they both helped create.

and Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson is a nice boy. That’s the reputation he’s gained in his years of doing comedy and his weekly phone all to his gran at least.

Recently featured on BBC Scotland’s #CancelKarenDunbar programme
2019 fringe show featured in the Scotsman’s best food based shows to see at the fringe 2019 list

“As pure innocent and hilarious as they come” – The Diversity Quota

with team captain Thom Bee

Performing comedy for six years, Thom has spent the majority of his time working in the double act (No) Money in the Bank with fellow weirdo and 90s enthusiast, Andrew Marsh. Together they’ve produced three shows, two regular nights, a podcast, and a plethora of material that has seeped into both performer’s solo work. Thom’s solo comedy is a combination of this irreverence, but with the addition of stories about his own struggles with mental health, alcholism, and his many other failings.

and

Kath Marvelley

A funny, warm and theatrical Aussie popular with audiences and snakes.

“Charismatic, confident, warm, assured and very funny.” – Tell ’em again at the Teller
“Kath is instantly engaging, likeable and a joy to watch” – Blizzard Comedy

and Righteous Lion

Righteous Lion is a pull-no-punches, cheeky but endearing comedian based in Manchester, who uses off-beat analogies to get his point across.

with team captain Kirstie Summers

“Too attractive” – Chris

Our admin and promotor from day one, Kurt has become a regular feature of Blizzard Comedy’s Broadcast Avalanche over the past year. In that time she’s launched a new show where she chats to comedians, musicians and other creators every week, has cycled all over London and moved house twice.

https://twitter.com/ActuallyKurt

and host Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)


As always, our show will be free to watch with a pay-what-you-feel option for contributions which will be split between our acts and team. If you would like to make a donation, you can PayPal us here: paypal.me/blizzardcomedy

Or you can make regular donations by backing us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/blizzardcomedy

Or you can support us AND get your hands on some delicious merch by checking out our store: https://blizzardcomedy.bigcartel.com/products

Ela Bambust and Sam Lake v Sully O’Sullivan and Eliott Simpson || BCBA S03 E01

We are committed to keeping our show as accessible as we can – and that means livestreams to anyone who is still vulnerable or simply not near Manchester.

Our next episode of Blizzard Comedy’s Broadcast Avalanche will be on Monday 30th May 2022, broadcast live to our Twitch channel: https://www.twitch.tv/blizzardcomedy

If you’ve missed the episodes we’ve streamed so far, you can find them all on our YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz8rtSwsjVr-L8FgLCJ0VOQ

Subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the other cool stuff we’re working on right now!

This month our show features:

Ela Bambust

Ela Bambust is, ostensibly, an author. What this actually means is that she spends a lot of time drinking coffee and stressing about the relationship status of fictional characters, and bothering her cat, before severely abusing an old and battered keyboard for several hours. Somehow, words come out the other end, and the result appears to be something approaching literature.

https://www.scribblehub.com/profile/18384/elamimax/

and Sam Lake

Sam Lake is a stand-up comedian, presenter, writer & performer. He’s recently been seen on All4’s ‘The Joy of Missing Out’ alongside Tom Allen. As well as winning the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year award, his writing has been featured on Newsjack & Mock The Week.

https://www.samlakecomedy.com/

with team captain Katie Mitchell

A rising star of the Midlands comedy circuit, Katie Mitchell’s comedy is alternative yet pervasive. She revels in a mainstream stand-up environment, as well as more specific events like cabaret, burlesque, and music festivals.

and

Eliott Simpson

Eliott Simpson is an eccentric asexual expat and a critically acclaimed comic, having gigged all across the UK and USA for over 5 years! He’s the promoter and host of “The Diversity Quota” comedy night, he had a 2019 sell-out solo sh-ow and has been reviewed as “absurd and accessible” (Norwich Radical), “instantly likeable” (ArtsYork), “weird as f**k” (Janey Godley), “infectiously funny” (The Independent) and “”offbeat, wacky and unpredictable” (The Wee Review)!

With surreal one-liners, witty wordplay and humorous explorations of gender & sexuality, he’s one of the most peculiar and unique acts on the circuit!

and Sully O’Sullivan

Making his TV debut on New Zealand’s iconic ‘Pulp Comedy’, UK based Kiwi Comedian Sully O’Sullivan has gone on to become a veteran of the international circuit, performing professionally in Australasia, North America, Arabia, the British Isles and Europe.

http://www.sullyosullivan.com/

with team captain Bobbie Jones

A combination of Dad Jokes and Daddy Issues, Bobbie-Ann Jones is one of the funniest prediabetic queers ever to come from Walsall. Starting as Head Writer for the Birmingham Footnotes Comedy Society, Bobbie has gigged far and wide; she is a former host of Lolshevism Comedy Club in Leeds and a current team captain on Blizzard Comedy’s monthly stream. She is also a Quantum Leopard Competition Winner.

and host Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)

As always, our show will be free to watch with a pay-what-you-feel option for contributions which will be split between our acts and team. If you would like to make a donation, you can PayPal us here: paypal.me/blizzardcomedy
Or you can make regular donations by backing us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/blizzardcomedy

Or you can support us AND get your hands on some delicious merch by checking out our store: https://blizzardcomedy.bigcartel.com/products

Sound of Our Revolution | April 2022: Greats from MPF 2022

I wasn’t going to do a playlist this month – I figured last month’s double length playlist would allow me a month off.

But then the Manchester Punk Festival happened, and I didn’t get tickets. So in order to offset the FOMO for myself and anyone else who was unable to go I compiled a selection of great tracks from bands who appeared (or were set to appear) at the festival, so I could have the thrill of discovering lots of great new bands and an excuse to revisit bands I love but haven’t gotten round to listening for ages.

Below I’ll include a full list, along with the platforms the song can be streamed on, as well as any purchase links from Bandcamp or similar – and we’ve made playlists for Deezer, Tidal, YouTube & Spotify.

We are trying to wean off of relying on Spotify, but sadly the alternatives are not yet quite as comprehensive. In the meantime we’d like to draw attention to alternative services, get more people using them, and hopefully allow the marginally more ethical platforms some leverage and capacity to rival Spotify’s monopoly of the industry.

Some songs are only on Spotify however, so if you do use that but would like to support the artists in a more meaningful way, please consider buying the song on Bandcamp if available.

Here are a selection of my favourite tracks from bands from the roster of the MPF 2022!


1. Circling the Drain – Faintest Idea

Streaming On: Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://faintestidea.bandcamp.com/track/circling-the-drain-2

Faintest Idea had to pull out last minute due to Covid, but I saw them in 2019, and you have not lived until you’ve experienced the bafflingly brutal moshpit to this song’s intro riff.

2. Dark Before the Dawn – Waco

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://wacoband.bandcamp.com/track/dark-before-the-dawn

Pleasantly uplifting janky Spoken Word/Punk track – that is as honest as it is feel good. This track doesn’t pull punches, but it does approach the subject matter with a tone of angry hope, not despair, and I don’t know about you, but that’s exactly what I need in 2022.

3. Upside Down – Popes Of Chilitown

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://popesofchillitown.bandcamp.com/track/upside-down

You can’t call your band name Popes of Chilitown and not slap some serious ass. This track reminds me of Sonic Boom Six with its rhythm and rap style of delivery with relentless ska instrumentals. Great band.

4. Heterosexuality Is A Construct – Onsind

Streaming On: Spotify, YouTube

Buy Here: https://onsind.bandcamp.com/track/heterosexuality-is-a-construct

Imagine if Trapdoor Comedy’s Tony Basnett starred in an off broadway musical about gay liberation. You have Onsind’s “Heterosexuality is a Construct”.

This joke will be funny to 7 people.

5. Get Back Up – Chloe Glover

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://chloeglover.bandcamp.com/track/get-back-up

Chloe Glover has an immensely powerful voice and is a valuable addition to the DIY Punk Singer/Songwriter world. I dare you to listen to this song and not feel just a little bit better about yourself.

6. Still To Keep – Crazy Arm

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://crazyarm.bandcamp.com/track/still-to-keep

Crazy Arm are a cool band who have featured on a number of our playlists – this track is new to me, but is one that was recommended on the official MPF 2022 playlist, and it’s pretty great. I don’t have a lot to say, other than it captures a mood as well as being a catchy as fuck kind of folky punk anthem.

7. Knighthoods Are For Cunts – Pizzatramp

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://tnsrecords.bandcamp.com/track/knighthoods-are-for-cunts

This track was going on the playlist before I even listened to the song tbh.

8. Anger Management – Random Hand

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://communityrecords.bandcamp.com/track/random-hand-anger-management

Not one of my favourite Random Hand tracks, but a solid one about toxic masculinity nonetheless from a band that rivals Faintest Idea for Ska based moshpits.

9. Kill Your Inner Cop – Ancast

Streaming On: Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://angstnoise.bandcamp.com/track/kill-your-inner-cop

This is honestly closer to Grindcore than Punk, but hey, they were playing, and I can’t think of a more Punk song title than this.

10. Class Oppression – The Chisel

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://lavidaesunmus.bandcamp.com/track/class-oppression

Would you believe this is from 2020? Really embracing the raw production of the 80s & 90s Hardcore scene, this song would feel equally at home in a Tony Hawk Game and a communist rally.

I’m not the biggest fan of the raw stripped back tinny sound of early hardcore, but The Chisel really make it work here, and it compliments the anti Sun & Thatcherite messages of the lyrics.

11. N O D R E A M – Jeff Rosenstock

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://jeffrosenstock.bandcamp.com/album/no-dream

For some reason, Jeff Rosenstock reminds me of a blend of Billy Bragg and Frank Turner if they fully embraced Punk over folk or whatever the fuck it is Frank Turner is doing these days. Opening with a pleasant indie riff, progressively getting more hard Punk by the end, and full of anti-capitalist rhetoric that I just can’t get enough of.

12. Night Witches – Falaun

Streaming On: Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy On: https://deadinvoicesrecords.bandcamp.com/track/night-witches

Anti-Fascists just make the best music, it is a scientific fact. Even if you are a Neo Nazi, why would you even listen to Neo Nazi music when all you’ve got is Burzum and Mumford and Sons. Burzum and Sons. Now that’s a crossover no one needs to hear.

13. Armageddon Stomp – Public Serpents

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://whatdoyouknowaboutskapunk.bandcamp.com/track/armageddon-stomp-2

The Government is nothing but snakes hun, dm me xxxxxxxxxx

14. Boot Down The Doors – Oi Polloi

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Boot-Down-The-Doors/dp/B001LFVOTY

Oi Polloi are probably the band I regret missing the most. Absolute titans of Britpunk, and a guaranteed cure to racist-induced depression and tory oppression.

15. We Wrote This Song Before David Cameron Resigned – Throwing Stuff

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://throwingstuff.bandcamp.com/track/we-wrote-this-song-before-david-cameron-resigned

Not gonna lie, I actually forgot who David Cameron was, these last 6 years have been something.

Wait 6 years – we’ve only had Boris Johnson as PM for 3 years? Feels like 60.

16. Fuck The World – Incisions

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://tnsrecords.bandcamp.com/track/fuck-the-world-3

Remember how 2 months ago I was complaining that my anti-war playlist was full of Prog and therefore I could only have like 6 songs on the playlist ‘cause they were all 9 minutes long minimum?

This playlist has the opposite effect. I don’t even know if I’m half way through this playlist yet, and this song is only 1:30. 1:30 of pure awesome punk, but still 1:30. Why didn’t MPF book Dream Theater ffs.

17. Taxman – Bruise Control

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://bruisecontrol.bandcamp.com/track/taxman

I’m a sucker for clean guitar tones with harsh punk vocals. Not even entirely sure what the lyrics are, but I know I like them.

18. They Don’t – Nervus

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://bsmrocks.bandcamp.com/track/they-dont

Bit of a tonal change here, Nervus are very much still Punk, but much slower and more melodic than recent tracks, and wouldn’t be out of place on a Blur album. Incorporating Britpop elements of songwriting but a decidedly punk attitude towards the world. It’s a great combo tbh.

19. My Favourite Thing About Maggie – Smoking Gives You Big Tits

Streaming On: Spotify

Buy Here: https://manchesterpunkfestival.bandcamp.com/track/my-favourite-fact-about-maggie

My least favourite thing about this song is how it only apparently exists on Spotify. Come on, that’s exactly what Maggie Thatcher would’ve wanted. TIDAL, DEEZER, GET SMOKING GIVES YOU BIG TITS ON YOUR PLATFORMS RIGHT NOW.

20. Girl Clout – Fresh

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://freshpunks.bandcamp.com/track/girl-clout

Another existing favourite, gutted I didn’t get to see them too! A great, catchy and fun take down of boy punks who try to get the approval of girls in the scene by trying way too hard to hide their misogyny rather than actually working on it. Masterclass in Riot Grrl punk.

21. I Don’t Want To Be Sad Forever – Cultdreams

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy On: https://cultdreams.bandcamp.com/track/i-dont-want-to-be-sad-forever

From my first listen I could tell this was going to be a favourite of mine not just for Blizzard but for my own personal living. Sonically it captures despair perfectly, clean guitars with slight echo and simple minor riffs – distorted choruses with the echo that really fucks with your head and makes it feel like the hold world is surrounding and pushing down on you. This is not an easy listening song, but it’s surprisingly soft for a Punk track, focusing on the emotive lyrics and despair of a world that could be so much better than it is but outright refuses to be.

I’m slightly concerned this song will kill the vibe at a comedy gig, but it’s so good I had to include it. Whether I’m dissociating in a depressive state or preparing to fight for a better world, this song is a must have.

22. Yr Beast – Kermes

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy On: https://kermes.bandcamp.com/track/yr-beast-3

AW YES, GENDERQUEER PUNK , MY FAVOURITE FLAVOUR.

This one is another one that has a pretty sad tone to the sound overall and might not be the best hype song, but lyrically it’s so authentic and as a trans person hits me fucking hard. Despite the theming, the song actually makes me feel a sense of solidarity – knowing that I’m not alone in these experiences.

I of course know I’m not the only trans person in 2022, hell I know more people that will relate to this song than won’t at this point. But having it spoken so bluntly and passionately back at me doesn’t just give me a sense of understanding, it gives me a sense of belonging. I sincerely hope every trans person who’s ever attended a Blizzard show feels something similar.

I don’t think I’ll ever hit the emotional authenticity of this track, or Backxwash, or Laura Jane Grace. But I do hope trans people, out or otherwise feel welcome and connected with us. If I have made just one trans person feel better and more excited to be themselves then I can die happy.

23. Rich Cheaters – The Sewer Cats

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://sewercatsuk.bandcamp.com/album/zelda

Needed something a bit more upbeat and angsty to follow those last two, so here we have Manchester rockers The Sewer Cats with an explosive…explosion? God my metaphors are shit today. Of Punk fury. Once again I’ve not been able to find the lyrics so I can’t say for certain what it’s about, but it’s very clearly anti rich people, so I’m sold. Eyyyy. (If you are rich and a Patreon supporter, you have redeemed yourselves, dw ❤ xoxoxo)

24. Here Come The Drums – Jaya The Cat

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://jayathecat.bandcamp.com/album/here-come-the-drums

Another upbeat track to follow as a palate cleanser. This one is super fucking catchy and will be in your head forever. That chorus hook, fuck yes.

25. The 1% – Knife Club

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Bandcamp Link: https://tnsrecords.bandcamp.com/track/the-1

The 1% are selfish cunts.

26. Eat the Rich – Cocaine Piss

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://cocainepiss.bandcamp.com/track/eat-the-rich

This song is not in English, but if you weren’t already sold on the song title, this band is called Cocaine Piss.

27. Welfare Warfare – Wadeye

Streaming On: Deezer, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube

Buy Here: https://whatdoyouknowaboutskapunk.bandcamp.com/track/welfare-warfare

And to close off let’s have a sample of a Theresa May speech just to remind us of how different things were just 4 years ago. Remember those times? Ahh lovely.

Things were still shit under May, and Cameron. It’s easy to forget as Boris is something else, but they were both still Tory cunts and the only difference is Boris’ face is marginally more punchable.

This angry anthem to close us off is about how Tory Austerity and policy has been continuously stripping the country of all of our public services designed to allow poor people to live. This has only accelerated with covid. Never forget, all Tories enable this. Individuals may agree to a greater or lesser extent. But all of them are complicit. As was Blair’s government, and sadly, probably also Starmer’s shadow cabinet. Please prove me wrong, I would love to be wrong.

And that’s all of the tracks! Gonna try extra hard not to miss next year’s festival, as I’ve missed it more than I ever would’ve realized. Did you make the festival? Let us know who you saw and what tracks stuck with you! It was actually MPF 2019 where I first heard the track that is now our theme song, so I’m always excited to find new bands and songs from this festival.

Join us on Twitch.tv/blizzardcomedy on the 25th April where Andrew Marsh, Kirstie Summers, Thom Bee, Amapal Singh, Craig Wilson, Kath Marvelley and Righteous Lion will deconstruct the major news events of the past month – and book tickets to our live show at Gullivers on the 9th May here: https://www.outsavvy.com/event/8827/blizzard-comedy-live-featuring-edy-hurst

“It can cause pain, be terrifying but it’s wonderfully delicious at the same time” | Rebekka Turner on channelling her quirks into Bex’s Chainsaw Moussaka

Tell us about your show, Bex’s Chainsaw Moussaka.  

I’ve always been interested in doing a show that was more creative and which didn’t rely on a big ‘moral message’ or ‘ being relatable’ to sell its appeal. The stand-up in the show is separated by three characters who explore how I’ve dealt with social situations when I was younger, now and in the future. At the end of the day, life’s a Chainsaw Moussaka.  It can cause pain, be terrifying but it’s wonderfully delicious at the same time… 

What inspired you to write a show exploring neurodiversity?

During the various lockdowns in the past 2 years and spending time online I was more and more aware of my own quirks and so I came to the realisation that maybe I should embrace my social difficulties head on. This helped inspire the creation of my show. 

What is your trick to exploring those personal topics in a comedy setting?

I’m not sure that there is any particular trick, I know for me that it takes a lot longer to know how to incorporate personal topics. I feel that experience helps. For example, when I first started to perform stand-up about my PCOS, I initially had a very short joke and then it slowly developed to have many related factors. Maybe I can suggest that you take time exploring a personal topic. What’s the rush? 

How did you get into doing impressions?

I’ve always been incredibly interested in accents, dialects and how they were formed throughout history. Also when I was younger I was really into sketch shows and so they also built my fondness to do impressions. 

What is your favourite impression to do?

The one that gets the best response is my one of Su Pollard auditioning for the Godfather. However my favourite is when I used to do the actress Julie Walters. 

What are key things you focus on when crafting an impression of someone?

Usually it’s mannerisms to begin with and then it might move onto memorable phrases. If I’m asked to perform a regional or foreign accent then I’ll usually look up videos from that region on YouTube to remind myself how I should mimic the accent. 

What’s your process for creating your unique characters?

My process for making characters will come from a single concept and then I’ll try to apply drama exercises such as ‘hot seating’ to develop them. The character Ramesis III (Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh of the Dunny) came from a chat with a comedian about how funny an Ancient Egyptian Australian comedian would be. That’s how Ramo got started. 

How are you feeling about performing the show after a rocky couple of years for comedy as an industry?

I feel that trying to get onto comedy lineup shows is highly competitive due to the low availability of gigs. It was frustrating for all of the comedians as we lost out on various opportunities and chances to progress.  

What do you hope people will take away from the show?

I hope that people who find it hard to socialise will feel less like outsiders in a world built for extroverts, I hope that they have a fun time that might just leave them thinking ‘WTF?’. That’s my goal – spread the weirdness… 

What are your hopes for the show after Brighton Fringe?

I have plans to take my show to The Edinburgh Fringe. In a dream world I’d love to have a Soho Theatre run as I’ve always been a huge fan of the venue. I’m always looking for ways to progress, specifically with an agent of some type or at least with some sort of personal backing. 

Do you have advice for anyone looking to get into comedy?

Never perform on stage if you are feeling sad or angry, the audience can sense something is off. I’ve done this lots of times and then regretted it afterwards. 


Rebekka Turner: Bex’s Chainsaw Moussaka is on 6th, 7th and 8th May, 6pm, at Junkyard Dogs @ The Round Georges (downstairs) 14-15 Sutherland Road BN2 0EQ, Brighton as part of The Brighton Fringe. The show is non-ticketed with free entry; donations are encouraged.

You can keep up with Rebekka by checking out her website and following her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Thank you for coming to Blizzard’s third birthday!

Wow 3 years, what a celebration!

Although numbers weren’t quite as high as I would’ve liked, it’s hard to see last Monday’s show as anything but a perfect celebration of 3 years of Blizzard Comedy.

Seems like only 2 years ago we were celebrating our birthday, and only last year we didn’t do anything because we were still in lockdown and my life was terrible and hectic so ended up pulling our birthday show.

This is actually the first April show we’ve had since our very first back in 2019, and in many ways it felt very similar. We had lots of friends of the club on, a phenomenal headliner I can’t believe I managed to book, and getting used to a new venue as we tried to settle in. I even left my laptop charger at home and had to dash home and back to get it.

But besides all that, the show was phenomenal.

Opening we had Anna Thomas – who I’d booked last year before she won the BBC new comedian award 2021 – and is now absolutely kicking the tits off the industry. Absolute legend, so pleased we got her on.

Anna is an extremely expert joke writer, often building jokes on top of each other to the point that you can’t believe they’re still going but each one hits harder than the last. Not only that, she has a delivery and likability that could make her sell even my worst jokes as if they are absolute gold. This combination of tight writing and superb delivery makes Anna Thomas one of the best acts on the circuit today, and I am so grateful we were able to showcase her on such a special day.

Next up we had Kat Molinari, who kindly stepped in last minute for another act who sadly caught Covid last week. It’s been a while since I’ve seen Kat doing stand-up, but whether it was her tried and tested lesbian dad jokes or new experimental stuff that was a bit more on the observational side, Kat has a knack for getting great gags across one after another with no wasted time. A great joke teller, and someone who is single-handedly responsible for at least 5 of my top 50 jokes of all time. Absolute class act.

After the break we had John Porter, who brought his usual incredibly gifted ramblings to our stage that blends prepared material with improv so incredibly well. The jokes were tight, but more than that listening to John perform he really makes you feel included and welcome in the moment effortlessly. Whether he’s recounting tales and experiences of living with disability, or making fun of comedy as an industry, it is always a pleasure to be in the room with him. I’m very happy we were able to have him back on our birthday show.

Next we had one of our best friends Tony Wright grace the stage for what may be one of his last ever stand-up gigs. I’ve seen Tony go from a solid student comedian to an extremely competent club act, but I get the feeling that gigs like ours are where he shines the most. Tony has a grace to his performance that you almost forget you’re watching stand-up because the jokes catch you off guard constantly, and his delivery is understated and conversational which makes Tony the funniest one of your mates even if you’ve never met him.

From discussions about the nuances of race and anecdotes about insufferable minimum wage jobs, Tony can turn almost any subject into gold, and we will miss him greatly on the circuit, but wish him well for his future career plans – which you can bet your ass we’ll be promoting the shit out of!

And finally closing the show we had headliner Olga Koch. If you haven’t seen Olga yet, and you’re not following her on Twitter and Instagram – she may well be one of my favourite people on the internet.

I first met Olga at Quantum Leopard in 2018/19 and she was fast becoming one of the hottest breakthrough acts in the country in terms of how prolific and successful she was becoming, and indeed attractiveness.

Olga is everything I want to be in a comedian, extremely sexually confident, a juggernaut of a performer, jokewriting that you genuinely can’t reverse engineer to see how she came up with it, Olga is to put it simply a comedy genius. I wouldn’t be surprised if she was one of the biggest names in the country by the end of this decade.

You owe it to yourself to check out her work if you haven’t already, Olga is a fucking legend and has provided meaning to our short meaningless lives.

Thanks so much to all the acts and audience who came to celebrate with us, and a huge thank you to 53Two for hosting us, and of course all of our Patreon supporters for keeping us afloat for 3 whole years. If you’d started a degree on the day of our first show, you’d’ve graduated by now. Wild.

Join us for our next show in Gullivers NQ on the 9th May with Edy Hurst, Umby Winters, The Impish Scribe, Marie Goulborne and Amarpal Singh

And you can catch a cut down version of this show on Twitch.tv/blizzardcomedy on Monday 11th April at 7:00pm.

Thank you for coming to Blizzard Comedy LIVE, featuring Tom Short!

Another month, another cracking show for Blizzard Comedy! Miraculously, for the first time since October, we had no technical hiccups – woohoo!

This show was left in the very capable hands of Trapdoor’s own Tony Basnett. It was a joy to see him take the reigns for the night, and absolutely smashed it as expected – even if he did get somewhat broken upon the discovery that IKEA furniture is surprisingly good for kink purposes.

Opening the show we had Cheekykita. It is very difficult to describe her act in a way that accurately conveys the genius of it. Suffice to say Cheekykita might be one of the best clown comics working today, complete with silly props, genuinely great dance moves, and the ability to keep an audience engaged for 20 minutes whether anything she said was discernible or not. A fantastic opener to a fantastic show.

Next we had Cameron Sinclair Harris, who very kindly stepped in last minute and absolutely smashed the ball off our show, saving us money on bottom surgery. I’m not saying that trans people are inherently the funniest people, but Cameron is certainly good evidence to support that theory. No doubt we’ll be seeing more of them in the future!

And a returning old favourite Ash Preston came back to try some new stuff. As always Ash is incredibly likable on stage, with a confident delivery and well-crafted jokes that make him an instant crowd pleaser wherever he is.

And finally we had headliner Tom Short. Another favourite of the club, Tom went out on a limb and did his entire set around an instructional tape about how to be a cis white male comedian. 25 minutes long, and hysterical the whole way through. You never know what you’re going to get with Tom, but you can be sure it’s going to be different and absolutely hysterical.

Tom is someone who has really mastered the craft and heritage of many great comedy styles, including clowning, physical comedy, joke writing and performance. You owe it to yourself to see him live the next time you have the opportunity to.

What a cracking show. So far 2022 has been a great start for us, and I am super excited for our 3rd birthday show with a line-up that I could’ve only dreamed of putting together back when Blizzard was first conceived. Book your ticket here!

Sound of Our Revolution | March 2022: Blizzard’s 3rd birthday

Contributed by Jonny Collins


Nearly 3 years old, where has the time gone!

Oh right, into the apocalypse, yeah that thing.

It feels so weird that we will be shortly celebrating our 3rd birthday in a live show given that we weren’t even able to celebrate our 1st birthday in person, and our 2nd birthday for a number of reasons went uncelebrated. So this will be our first live birthday show, and what an incredible line up we have to celebrate it!

But that’s not why you’re reading this. You nerds want to know what pieces of music I have deemed appropriate to party to as we celebrate being one year closer to inevitable irrelevancy. Well buckle your seatbelt, because we’ve got a double length playlist for you available on Tidal, Spotify and YouTube.

Unfortunately not all tracks are available on Tidal, but we are making a conscious effort to move away from using Spotify as it’s run by a war-hungry capitalist who takes advantage of artists whilst making labels and himself millions off the art of others. While this is true of all companies, Spotify are particularly bad, and we’d like to at least try to be marginally more ethical in the services we promote

(We say, as we continue to stream on an Amazon-owned platform and make use of Google to run and host a huge amount of our services. But Spotify is much easier to stop using before they have a complete monopoly on the internet. Hell, even Apple Music is ethically superior to Spotify in terms of treatment of artists and not overtly profiting warmongers. Overtly. That I know of.)

So this may or may not be permanent, and we may try a few different services over the next few months. We welcome recommendations for music platforms to use.

If only Bandcamp had a playlisting feature. If only Bandcamp wasn’t just bought by Epic.

Sigh. Capitalism literally ruins everything.

So, as this is a double length playlist and depending on what platform you’re using will be different, I’m not going to go in depth on all of these – but I will include a comprehensive list of all tracks so you can build your own playlist on whichever service you use.

Some of these tracks are from themed playlists throughout the year, others are new which I think are very on brand for us but I’ve either only recently discovered, or haven’t found a way to shoehorn in anywhere else. I will include Bandcamp or download links where applicable – and a one sentence background context line as to why they’re on the list.

1. Desperate Measures – The Human Project

Bandcamp Link: https://thehumanproject.bandcamp.com/track/desperate-measures

This is our theme song! “Call me Snowflake, and you’ll feel the Avalanche” is our motto, and The Human Project are good lads who deserve more love.

2. Tilting Against Windmills – Protest the Hero

Gay Positive Progressive Mathcore.

3. Purge the Poison – MARINA

From our AFAB, Women and Femme Solidarity playlist.

4. BURN IT – FEVER 333

Fever 333 are proof that Nu Metal is better when it’s not done by white Gen Xers.

5. Unstoppable – Ad Infinitum

It’s hard to find good Power/Symphonic metal to put on our playlists, this one is great.

6. TERF Obliteration – Hush

Bandcamp Link: https://hushband.bandcamp.com/track/terf-obliteration

Trans Inclusionary Brutal Blackened Death Metal is my gender.

7. Voice of the Voiceless – Rage Against the Machine

Voice of the Voiceless is our thesis goal.

Not in a “I’ve been cancelled for using slurs, give me a platform” way – but in a “our identities are oppressed to the point of literal extinction, let me speak” kind of way.

8. The Guillotine – The Coup

Because we are nothing if not stereotypical communist revolutionaries.

9. Racists – Anti-Flag

I don’t want to give white people credit for tackling racism in their music, but this Anti-Flag track is actually pretty succinct and solid with its theme.

10. Kill The Rich – Vindicator

Bandcamp Link: https://vindicator.bandcamp.com/

Disclaimer – we don’t actually condone murder. But if we did…

11. See You In Hell – Common Sense Kid

Bandcamp Link: https://commonsensekid.bandcamp.com/track/see-you-in-hell

Stripped back Punk Rock about what a prick Jacob Rees-Mogg is is something we can never have enough of.

12. Rotten Dichotomy – The Best of The Worst

Bandcamp Link: https://badtimerecords.bandcamp.com/track/the-best-of-the-worst-rotten-dichotomy

Hardcore Ska empowering Non-Binary kids. This song fucking slaps.

13. Fuck These Fuckin’ Fascists – The Muslims

Bandcamp Link: https://themuslims.bandcamp.com/album/fuck-these-fuckin-fascists-2

Disclaimer, we don’t actually condone having sex with Fascists.

14. Mutual Aid – Faintest Idea

Bandcamp Link: https://faintestidea.bandcamp.com/track/mutual-aid

Faintest Idea did Corbyn’s manifesto before Corbyn was even labour leader. Faintest Idea for PM.

15. Nowhere Generation – Rise Against

Bandcamp Link: https://riseagainst.bandcamp.com/album/nowhere-generation

Gen X Punks somehow releasing a Gen Z empowerment anthem that feels 100% authentic in 2021. Kudos.

16. There Are Dozens Of Us! – Animal Byproducts

Bandcamp Link: https://animalbyproducts.bandcamp.com/track/there-are-dozens-of-us-2

Why does this song not exist on any other streaming platform but Spotify, ffs.

17. Oligarchy – Space Monkey Mafia

Pretty topically relevant.

18. We’re The Cool Kids – Ryan Cassata

If Ryan Cassata says it, you know it’s true. I won’t hear a word against it – if you’re one of us, you’re a cool kid too – even if you’re 67.

19. The Island – The Skints

Bandcamp Link: https://mrbongo.bandcamp.com/track/the-island

It’s upsetting that this song hasn’t got any less relevant since 2019.

20. Class Struggle – Dog Park Dissidents

Bandcamp Link: https://dogparkdissidents.com/track/class-struggle

What if Karl Marx but explicitly queer.

21. Q.U.E.E.N. – Janelle Monae

Smooth and empowering as fuck.

22. Natural Corruption – Epica

Obligatory goth inclusion.

23. I Am Her – Shea Diamond

Shea Diamond is the hardest motherfucker alive today, and is literally braver than our troops. If you went through even half the shit she’s been through and have come out even half as strong and iconic as she is, then you are a queer icon my friend.

24. Change is Coming – Skyclad

Bandcamp Link: https://listenable-records.bandcamp.com/track/change-is-coming-skyclad

From our Environmentalist playlist.

25. Neo-Nazi Metalheads Will Be Hanged And Their Broken Corpses Openly Mocked – Gaylord

Bandcamp Link: https://gaylord.bandcamp.com/track/neo-nazi-metalheads-will-be-hanged-and-their-broken-corpses-openly-mocked

Anti-Fascist Black Metal from a band called Gaylord. No brainer.

26. Point the Finger – Body Count

Body Count’s most recent but by no means only “Fuck the Police” anthem, featuring the late, great, Riley Gale.

27. White People For Peace – Against Me!

From our Anti-War playlist.

28. I Heard You Want Your Country Back – Bob Vylan

Bandcamp Link: https://bobvylan.bandcamp.com/track/i-heard-you-want-your-country-back-bonus-track

Bob Vylan proving that UK Punk is better when it’s not inauthentic middle class white people doing it.

29. Burn The House Down – AJR

I like AJR, okay? Leave me alone.

30. I Hate The Rich – The Dils

Can’t actually remember how this track ended on here, but the sentiment is shared.

31. Better Decide Which Side You’re On – Tom Robinson Band

Throwback to a queer liberation musical hero – who’s songs are just as relevant today as they were 40-50 years ago.

32. Boris Johnson is STILL a Fucking Cunt – The Kunts

Bandcamp Link: https://kuntandthegang.bandcamp.com/track/boris-johnson-is-still-a-fucking-cunt

Why this wasn’t on our best of 2021 playlist I’ll never know. Absolute classic.

33. The Only Good Fascist Is A Very Dead Fascist – Propagandhi

Bandcamp Link: https://propagandhi.bandcamp.com/track/the-only-good-fascist-is-a-very-dead-fascist

I mean, it’s true.

34. Our Time Is Now – Diamond Head

Uplifting and unapologetic revolutionary anthem from Metal titans Diamond Head.

35. Fortunate Son – Creedence Clearwater Revival

So weird that the right try to adopt this band as one of their own.

36. The 1% – Knife Club

Bandcamp Link: https://tnsrecords.bandcamp.com/track/the-1

The 1% are fucking cunts.

37. Morbid Obsessions – We Are The Union

Bandcamp Link: https://wearetheunion.bandcamp.com/track/morbid-obsessions

This whole album is essential listening for Trans people and allies.

38. Heterosexuality is a Construct – Onsind

Bandcamp Link: https://onsind.bandcamp.com/track/heterosexuality-is-a-construct

Quit using your made up sexual limitations to oppress others, straight weirdos.

39. Stalemate – Enter Shikari

Missed this one off of last month’s anti-war playlist. Better late than never, and sadly still relevant.

40 . Borders – M.I.A.

Everything M.I.A. has ever put out tbh. Can’t wait for the new album.

41. SAVE The World – Toby Fox

Bandcamp Link: https://tobyfox.bandcamp.com/album/undertale-soundtrack

You bet your ass I’ve shoehorned some Undertale love in here.

42. Not Enough – Hyenah

Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/watergaterecords/hyenah-not-enough-feat-lazarusman

Straight forward and catchy electro track championing Anti-Racism, not just ignoring race.

43. Tunnel Vision – Kae Tempest

From like half of last year’s playlists. This track is basically perfect.

44. It’s A Sin – Pet Shop Boys

Throwback to champions of Gay music of the last 40 years.

45. There’s Going To Be A Revolution – The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing

Bandcamp Link: https://blamedfornothing.bandcamp.com/track/theres-going-to-be-a-revolution

There’s going to be a Revolution.


And that’s all of the tracks! As I say, you can listen to most of these songs on Tidal or YouTube – but both are missing a couple of tracks. We’ll continue to research alternate platforms in the meantime, and hopefully find a suitable library that doesn’t fund the literal worst aspects of humanity.

Join us on Twitch.tv/blizzardcomedy on the 28th March where Andrew Marsh, Bobbie Jones, Kirstie Summers, Eddie French, Ash Preston, Tom Short and Kitty Messalina will deconstruct the major news events of the past month – and book tickets to our live show at 53Two on the 4th April!

Blizzard Comedy’s Live Third Birthday Show, featuring Olga Koch

April 2022 is fast approaching and that means it is very soon coming up to our third birthday!

It has been a chaotic three years and we are very grateful to still exist at all, given we have been unable to do live shows for the majority of our lifetime.

To celebrate another year of Blizzard Comedy, we have got some incredible acts coming to a NEW, BIGGER venue especially for the occasion. We’ll be hosting our birthday show this year at 53two, which means we’ll have room for more people to join us, but we still recommend booking your space as soon as possible because we are very used to selling out and having to disappoint a long waiting list.

Tickets are, as always free, and can be booked here: www.outsavvy.com/event/8504/blizzard-comedys-live-third-birthday-show-featuring-olga-koch

For this show, we are delighted to have coming to our stage:

Headline act

Olga Koch

Olga Koch does stand-up comedy onstage and creates cathartic performance art in the privacy of her own home. She was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018, Best Show at Leicester Comedy Festival in 2020, and longlisted for Best Stand Up Show at the National Comedy Awards in 2021.

★ ★ ★ ★ “Highly engineered and funny” – The List
★ ★ ★ ★ “fantastic comedic mind with an observant eye” -Shortcom
★ ★ ★ ★ “bright new comedy talent” – The Skinny

With support from

Tony Wright

Tony Wright is a Manchester based Comic who has burst on to the comedy scene. Performing his first stand up set at aged 15 in his home county of Kent, since his debut Tony has made a huge impression on the circuit, leading to a residency as warm up act for Ramsgate Music Hall’s Edinburgh preview season in June-July 2015 opening for a certain Lou Sanders.

Since moving to Manchester Tony has started performing regular trial spots for the likes of Manford’s Comedy Clubs, The Comedy Store, Frog & Bucket, Kill For A Seat, Last Laugh as well as performing at Alex Boardman’s new Comedians Night, Deadcat Comedy and more.Tony is one of the most promising emerging talents on the circuit, with writing ability that is often compared to Jimmy Carr and a natural persona on stage, Tony has a a huge future ahead of him.

https://twitter.com/tony_wright97

John Porter

John Porter is a 29 year old comedian from Preston, Lancashire, who has been gigging for around 7 years. John is a former Manchester XS Comedian Of The Year runner-up and has been described as a ‘Charmingly dark, refreshingly honest crowd pleaser’ (Laughter Factory), with ‘sweet, darkly menacing humour’ (The Ha Ha Club), and ‘timing beyond his years’ (Woofers Comedy Club)

Anna Thomas

Winner of the BBC’s New Comedy Award 2021, Anna Thomas is smashing the comedy scene armed with her trusty ukulele.

“Super refreshing and original in an often comedy sea of beige… one of them with funny bones she is.” – Barking Tales

“Welsh whimsy… one of the UK’s hottest new acts” – Dead Cat Comedy

“Playful and whimsical, Anna Thomas has instant likeability. Anna is definitely an act to watch out for… one of the most promising acts on the North West circuit” – Nodding Dog Comedy

and

Khalid Winter

Khalid Winter is a comedian who can be seen performing at some of the top comedy clubs around the UK . After growing up in Manchester he moved to London to study Archaeology, later becoming a professional archaeologist. His comedy draws on his experiences growing up on a council estate in South Manchester, having a mixed-race family, being unemployed as well as his later experiences studying and working as an archaeologist. His comedy contains thoughtful social commentary but always from a personal perspective.

“Winter’s strength is in his eye for a good line. Beautifully written with just the right mix of accuracy, understatement and humour.” – Notts Comedy Review

http://www.khalidwinter.com/

and our wonderful host

Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)

As always Blizzard Comedy is complete free at point of entry, but we will accept donations on the door via cash or card that will go towards supporting our wonderful performers.

But if you would like to support us you can do that at:
https://www.patreon.com/blizzardcomedy
https://blizzardcomedy.co.uk/support-us/


Book your free ticket here.