Frenetic but friendly. Captivating but casual. Audacious but awkward. Prodigal UK circus company Barely Methodical Troupe fuse their inner frats with a dazzling tour-de-force of cutting edge circus prowess and physical theatre mayhem.
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Time Out Live and Pleasance once again bring together the best of sketch comedy. The best opportunity to see the hottest and emerging comedy acts. This will be the last of the two Joy of Sketch shows at the Udderbelly Festival so make sure you don’t miss out!
Delete the Banjax
The Three Englishmen
Max & Ivan
Come and spend a truly uncommon hour in the company of your favourite stand-up comedians, all performing completely in the dark. After sell- out shows in the UK and Europe, this unique show comes to E4 Udderbelly Festival for the first time.
Four great stand ups, one hour, no lights! We guarentee you’ll have never SEEN anything like it! Previous acts include Marcus Brigstocke, Kevin Bridges, Reginald D Hunter, Sarah Millican, Jon Richardson, Shappi Khorsandi and many more. Produced by Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival.
Line-up 23rd April:
Mark Olver (MC)
For the first time, the explosive action of free running, one of the world’s most exciting and dangerous extreme sports, is transformed into a live stage show at the Udderbelly Festival.
This unique show, the festival’s headline event, stars 3RUN, the UK’s number one free running team. Holders of 15 Guinness world records & 13 million YouTube views. Incredible athletic performers take on jaw dropping parkour, stunts and martial arts!
Underbelly joined forces with Southbank Centre in 2009 to bring E4 Udderbelly to the Southbank Centre for an exciting eclectic 8 week summer progamme. In 2011 they will be extending the festival to 12 weeks from April.
Expect a bombardment of comedy, music, cabaret, theatre and circus shows!
The Udderbelly festival offers great choice of entertainment for any taste – so bring the whole family.
Southbank Centre celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Festival of Britain with a four-month Festival of British culture and creativity. Experience performances, new outdoor environments, talks and events by some of Britain’s leading artists and thinkers.