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Stand Up Comedy with Soho Theatre on Demand

Soho Theatre On Demand brings you the best shows from London’s most vibrant producer of new theatre, comedy and cabaret.

Their latest collection of subtitled shows include stand up specials from comedians like Nish Kumar, Mae Martin, and Dane Baptiste.

See the full collection of their subtitled shows with their on demand service: www.sohotheatreondemand.com/collections/SubtitledFilms

 

 
Jen Brister: Meaningless

Jen uses her hilarious ranting to rail against period poverty, the perimenopause and why her Mum needs to get out of her bloody house now.
 

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  Joel Dommett

As a child, Joel used to pretend to smoke with a breadstick - now he is addicted to breadsticks. This is the stand-up special from the star of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.


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Lazy Susan: Forgive Me, Mother!

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees and hot virgins Lazy Susan present an hour of laidback, inventive sketch comedy. Some of it is about what it means to be a woman these days and some of it is about dogs etc.

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  Rhys James: Forgives

Don’t worry about it. Honestly, it’s fine. See Rhys James bash out another hour of splash-hit, classic stand-up and definitely cool and not pretentious poetry and all will be forgiven..


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Nish Kumar: Soho Theatre Live

Two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and host of The Mash Report, Nish Kumar presents a stand-up comedy show for people who like stand-up comedy shows by a man that does stand-up comedy.

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  Mae Martin: Us

Adorable, charming, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Mae Martin comes of age in this internationally lauded hit show about identity, sexuality, biphobia and loneliness.


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Dane Baptiste

The multi award nominated comedian Dane Baptiste presents an exclusive collection of his favourite, previously unseen material spanning the last five years.

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  Adam Hess: Feathers

Adam Hess is a funny guy, he has good manners and no matter how dark or light it is when he leaves the cinema he’s always surprised.

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Jessie Cave: I Loved Her

Jessie opens up her DIY heart and explains in definitely too much detail her insecurities, jealousies, fantasies and her exact current relationship status via shadow puppetry, masks and her little book of confessions.

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  Josie Long: Cara Josephine

The three-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and cult optimist with her most personal show to date – about love and being outdoorsy as a bear.
 

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