Split the Bill – Claire Haus, Suzie Preece and Josh Weller

Comedy (stand-up)

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Description

Three 30-somethings. One hour of stand-up. Full mental collapse. Josh Weller: ‘My favourite new favourite comedian’ (Alfie Brown). 'Look out for Josh Weller, he's on the path to greatness. The jokes and stage prowess of someone who's been going for ten years' (Sara Barron). Claire Haus: 'If this woman isn't a breakthrough act this festival, I will punch God' (Logan Murray). 'This is a very funny lady' (Shappi Khorsandi). Suzie Preece: 'A stand out' (Kate Maltby, Times).

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Jan PM 40 days ago

*****
Took my boyfriend on Wednesday. SO MUCH FUN. All three acts were hilarious and fabulous. They'll all be big names soon no doubt. Josh Weller was particularly disgusting and had us in pain with laughter.
6/5!

Dale 43 days ago

Best show I've seen. PACKED room. Unreal. Crazy and rude. Can't wait to see their stars rise

Wendy Wastnidge 44 days ago

Saw this very entertaining trio tonight in the packed attic.
All completely different and excellent. Going places indeed.

Pippa 44 days ago

ALL THE YES TO THIS. These three hilarious (and perhaps slightly mad) stand-ups are headed places - their faces are guaranteed to feature on very large billboards (which will likely detail much heftier ticket prices) in the immediate future so see them now and tell future generations that you discovered them first. Well worth the cost of the change at the bottom of your jeans pocket, or a crisp fiver you should definitely acquire in advance.

Penny Christie 44 days ago

We took a chance and went to the Friday show, having never heard of these comedians before, and it was rawkus and hilarious. All three comedians were fantastic. Definitely a show for adults! Can't wait to see their careers take off. One of our favourites so far at the Fringe.


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