The Night I Died….and other comedy moments

Stop Press…. Local Bath author Flic Everett joins us as our final surprise guest at Sunday’s sold-out show The Night I Died, hosted by Artistic Director Viv Groskop.

Flic, a columnist for the Bath Chronicle, is the author of several best-selling e-books and is well-known on the festival circuit for her tales of how to survive the minefield of digital publishing — and online reviews. Her latest book The Only Friends You Need is available now for under £1 for download on Kindle: Yes Please.

Flic joins Bristol-based novelist and literary podcaster Nikesh Shukla, shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award for Coconut Unlimited. Viv will be talking to Nikesh about his new book Meatspace (out this spring) and about his adventures as a (brilliant) performer of short stories at events like Literary Death Match.

Jo-Caulfield Nikesh-Shukla

Our headline guest at The Night I Died is BBC Radio 4’s Jo Caulfield: “One of the finest female comics at work” – The Observer. Jo appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe outing of The Night I Died last summer and we’re delighted to welcome her back to the show again.

Other comedy highlights still booking:

Count Arthur Strong (March 4, 7.30pm, £9), the Independent’s Steve Richards with Rock n’ Roll Politics, a brilliant one-man Have I Got News For You (March 6, 8pm, £8), Lucy Porter (March 2, 8pm, £7.50), Michael McIntyre’s favourite new comic James Mullinger (March 8, 8pm, £7.50).

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