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This week on How Lazy Is He? it's the wildly creative mind of Sweden's Eighth Funniest Comedian, Olaf Falafel, and the supremely funny Kiri Pritchard-McLean. 

Olaf Falafel is surrealist comedian and illustrator whose debut stand up show ‘Olaf Falafel and The Cheese Of Truth’ won critical acclaim and award nominations.

As well as finding comedic success onstage, Falafel has also enjoyed online fame with his short viral videos. These absurdist movies include a croissant-coiffured talking Donald Trump puppet, slices of truth telling cheese being thrown onto newspapers and the Bee Gees hiding in his beard.

The comedy website Chortle affectionately described Falafel as ‘an idiot’ and when he doesn’t have a microphone in his hand you’ll probably find him with a pencil and pad trying to draw something equally idiotic.

“Skilfully delivered absurdist musings”
Three Weeks

“A wonderful hour of professional silliness”
The List

“Falafel has a talent for the tangential with the ruthlessness and timing of any talented standup”
Fest

“Punchy, surprising and highly entertaining… a gloriously daft show”
Fringe Guru

“Clever and bizarre”
The Skinny

Kiri Pritchard-McLean won both Best Club Comedian and Best Compere in the Chortle Awards this year, so she's basically the funniest person on this island, according to science and Steve Bennett. And according to us. Seriously, Kiri is a powerhouse of a comedian, and is behind some of the greatest comedy projects around, including Gein's Family Giftshop and Amusical.

She's just finished touring her incredible show Appropriate Adult, and she's now coming to the Lazy Dog to open the show the way a surgeon opens a ribcage, with saws and clamps and a lot of gauze and suction, so she can get in there and massage the heart of the show and start the evening off right. Man that got graphic quick. Clear!

Chortle Award nominee Kiri thinks the world revolves around her, but she didn’t let that stop her wishing to mentor vulnerable kids. Consequently, she’s going to be extremely careful what she wishes for in future. An immoral comedian’s morality tale about other people’s lack of morals.

“Passionate, smart and yes, bloody funny. There’s a raw depth of feeling here that you won’t find in many shows.”
Scotsman

“Raucous and good-humoured without stinting on the protest.”
Guardian

“A storming hour.”
Skinny

Plus local support, and as ever, your humble host, Tony Chiotti, faffing and resetting like a pro. 

Show starts right at 8, followed by a free, cheeky open mic for those who drank coffee after noon, or who are just feeling frisky.

Upstairs. 18+

Lineups always subject to change, but we will give you a great night of comedy, no matter what!

Five. Lousy. Pounds.

Doors are at 6:30pm. 

About How Lazy Is He? Live Comedy @ The Lazy Dog

A weekly comedy showcase, bringing some of the best comedians from around the UK to this intimate room-above-a-pub. Sure to become your comedy local!

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