It's an All Killa Christmas!
Yes, that's right! On the 20th December, we will be livestreaming All Killa No Filla Live at Christmas 🎄
Catch Kiri Pritchard - McLean and Rachel Fairburn talking about their shared passion for serial killers, but with a Christmas twist! Live from Nottingham Arts Theatre.
Thankyou very much.
I always used to go to the Fringe.
I no longer can.
I have profound physical disabilities.
But you allow me to feel like I'm there.
Really. It's a unique joy to me.
Very, very special.
Please feel free to increase your price if it subsides comedy like this.
You've made a difference
We have fantastic news for all the comedy enthusiasts out there! After the overwhelming success of our first-ever live streaming of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2022, we are thrilled to announce that NextUp is returning to the Fringe this year!
Get ready to dive into the magic of Edinburgh Fringe once again, as we bring you 40+ live streamed shows throughout the month of August as we partner with The Pleasance, Gilded Balloon, Assembly and Monkey Barrel!
Line-up announced soon. Find out more!
Sketch comedy has been such a significant part of the comedy world for the longest time, from Monty Python’s Flying Circus to Saturday Night Live. And at NextUp, we LOVE IT!
So here are some of our favourite sketch comedy shows!
Come learn life lessons from five people still doing sketch comedy in their thirties, by which they mean it’s a drain on their bank accounts and they don’t talk to their parents about it.
Made up of on-stage members Adam Drake, Ed Easton and Kath Hughes who write it together with off-stage members Ben Rowse and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
Debauched sketch comedy for lovers of the strange, the sordid, the musical and the dark. Burn the Witch stands firmly against any idiotic mutters of the ‘excessive’ push of women’s rights. Delightfully sinful, Katie Norris & Sinead Parker utilise catsuits, mullet wigs and songs to weave multiple narratives with strangely relatable characters, primarily set in the miserable, sex-witch overrun Phallus Ridge.
Fresh from their universally adored BBC Three pilot, Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson make their long-awaited return to the Fringe with a sketch show about love. But which of these two girls will you fancy more? 'Ferociously funny' ***** (i-magazine.co.uk). 'Sweet, smart, refreshingly silly' (Guardian). 'Charming, joyous and offbeat' **** (Chortle.co.uk). 'Bloody brilliant' **** (BeyondTheJoke.co.uk). A recent rejection from a writing job: 'their friendship is so powerful, and so long-lasting, it might unbalance the room'. As seen on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three and Channel 4, in spite of everything.
These are just some of the fantastic sketch shows we have on NextUp! What are some of your favourites?
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Autumn has arrived and what better way to celebrate than to give you some brand new content!
We’re doing things a little bit differently this time as new shows will be dropping sporadically from now until the end of November 😱
We are also launching livestreams from 3 new clubs from around the UK, bringing you a wider range of comedians than ever before!
We’ll be keeping you updated along the way of course but look out for loads of exciting content dropping onto the platform!
Find out more.
Do you have a friend who loves comedy?! If you refer them to NextUp they can watch free for a month! Plus you get a a free month too added on to your subscription for each friend you refer!
Do it quick so your friends can catch-up on all of our incredible Fringe Rewind shows this weekend!
Click here and get referring!
Tomorrow night we're hosting a gig with the wonderful Abandoman, aka Rob Broderick at the Museum of Comedy, to test out some new and exciting software!
And we have a couple of in-person tickets left! If you want to join us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place. Doors 7pm, show starting 7:30pm.