Funny Way To Be Comedy – Flo and Joan: Before The Screaming Starts 14+
Musical comedy sisters Flo & Joan have a new show of their dark and waggish songs to parade about the place. As part of a UK tour they are heading to Barnard Castle. News of the tour coincided with the release their first special ‘Alive on Stage’ available on Amazon Prime Video in 200 countries and territories worldwide.
Following last year’s sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Festival, London’s Soho Theatre, national UK tour and at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, musical comedy sisters Flo & Joan have a new show of their dark and waggish songs to parade about the place. As part of a UK tour they are heading to Barnard Castle.
Flo & Joan released their first special ‘Alive on Stage’ available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video in 200 countries and territories worldwide in August 2019, featuring songs including Drank Too Much, Lady in the Woods and Cooler Than This.
The duo’s television and radio credits include Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) and Fresh from the Fringe (BBC Radio 4), writing and performing two songs for Horrible Histories (CBBC) and they have also had an enormous viral hit online with their 2016 Song which was subsequently featured on web-sites including Comedy Central (where it was video of the day worldwide), A.V. Club, Glamour and Stylist. Elsewhere the pair also wrote and starred in a series of adverts for Nation-wide Building Society, with their video Sisters being rated YouTube’s most popular advert in January 2018.
“These intricately crafted, flawlessly performed numbers will have you howling with laughter one minute, wiping away a tear the next.” The Telegraph
“Their style is stiletto sharp, their diction perfect as they race through their complex rhymes” Evening Standard
“If Flanders & Swann and Flight of the Conchords and Garfunkel & Oates had a six-way time-travelling gang-bang that somehow mixed their entire DNA, the offspring might end up sounding something like Flo and Joan.” Steve Bennett, Chortle
Age guidance: 14+