Come celebrate All Souls’s Day in the basement of The Slaughtered Lamb with special guest comedians: Abandoman, Mark Simmons, Fiona Ridgewell & Lily Phillips.
The cult comedy night is back and ready to break all sorts of records again. Showcasing the finest comedians in the city, Green Milk is renowned for putting on one-off nights that you simply don’t want to miss. This ain’t no open mic, no night of stand-up like you’ve seen before. It’s a celebration. A sensation. Another in a series of knock-out nights that includes:
- Green Milk Presents: Good Bois
- Green Milk Presents: The Bitcoin Conference (and who could forget?…)
- Green Milk Presents: Good Ham
Join us as we do a Day of the Dead thing with a bunch of unsuspecting comedians. They have no idea what we’re up to.
Abandoman does Irish Hip Hop with a difference. No two of his gigs are ever the same, with each night showcasing his frankly disturbing ability to make so much shit up on the spot. ‘Raucous, expansive and relentlessly hilarious’ ★★★★ (Times). ‘Truly innovative’ (Guardian).
Mark Simmons does loads one -liners, but, you know, well. A Mock The Week resident and Edinburgh Fringe favourite, we’re told Mark has a big following on TikTok. Can you verify that for us? ‘Absolutely hilarious.’ ★★★★ (The Scotsman). ‘Gags of the highest order’ ★★★★ (Broadway Baby).
Fiona Ridgewell does zen. Funny Women finalist in 2020, and nominated for best debut show at Leicester Comedy Festival. She is also one third of the podcast 3 girls 1 pod. ‘A direct, cheeky sense of humour’ (Chortle).
Lily Phillips does smut. Having starred in ITV’s The Stand Up Sketch Show, BBC’s Period Dramas and Oxford University’s Oxford Union, Lily graces Green Milk for the first time following Fringe success with her show Smut. ‘Charming and moderately obscene’ (The Scotsman). ★★★★ (Funny Women)