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After two sell-out shows in January and February, you don’t want to miss The Antics Joke Show in March. Featured in The Bristol Magazine and Bristol 24/7, The Antics Joke Show is the hottest ticket in town. Bristol-based comedy collective Up The Antics return for another jam packed night of stand-up, sketches and improv all for only a fiver. So, what's on the bill?

Improv from: MACRONAUGHTS

Macro: [mak-roh], adjective

1) very large in scale, scope, or capability.

Naughts: [nawt], adjective

1) Archaic. Worthless; useless.

2) Obsolete. Morally bad; wicked.

3) Add-on to the end of the word 'Macro'.

Sketches from: UP THE ANTICS

House sketch team Up The Antics will be bringing a hilarious combination of golden oldies from their hit fringe show "Geek Salad", as well as some brand new material - expect silliness, billiness and a healthy dose of fun. 

"Up The Antics ... are taking the city by storm" (The Bristol Magazine) 

Stand-up comedy from: ELIZA FRASER

Eliza Moved to Bristol just over 2 years ago and took to Comedy in March 2016. Since then, she has performed regularly throughout the South West as well as at a number of festivals, bringing her sharp, sometimes angry and ultimately bizarre observations on modern life to audiences as far-reaching as her father’s native Edinburgh.

One of We Are Cult’s “Comedians to Watch in 2017”

JAMES CRAWLEY

James Crawley is a storytelling Stand Up who mixes contemplative wit and unabashed silliness.

"Stories we can all connect with, told by a man who can spot the abstraction in his own life." - Fat Penguin Comedy

Doors are at 7pm, and the show starts at 7:30pm.

About "Up The Antics" Sketch & Improv Comedy @ Café Kino

Cafe Kino, true to its name, provides a real window to the world. Floor to ceiling glass bad-boys encircle the shop front, revealing the eccentricities of a notoriously-difficult-to-navigate junction in the heart of Stokes Croft, and making it one the greatest people watching spots we’ve come across. Whilst you're watching the world go by, tuck into all manner of guilt-free vegan goodies – burgers, breakfasts, falafel, fresh salads and cakes – and a cracking selection of proper loose leaf teas, fairtrade coffee and cool beverages. It's timeless and idiosyncratic with an undeniably cinematic feel (think more along the lines of considered documentary than dream-like surrealism), and the inclusion of well-chosen local beers, cider and wines help make the experience all the more picturesque (especially as the evenings draw in). Kino is also a fine community resource, exhibiting the work of local artists on their walls and offering up an affordable event space downstairs. Great for meetings, workshops and music events – a righteous moving picture.

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How to get there

108 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RU, UK
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