Travelling from way down under, five Aussies are gracing us with their presence at Soho Theatre. First up is Matt Okine, who has been winning awards for his comedy gigs since the age of eighteen. As nice as awards are though, they don't pay the bills. Matt wants to be rich, which he'll go into greater depth about in his latest show Being Black & Chicken & S#%t. The show is on until the 7th September; tickets are between £10-£15 and suitable for those 16 years and over.
Also on until the 7th September is Ronny Chieng: The Ron Way. Born in China, raised in America, and having studied in Australia, Ronny has a lot of stories to tell; he has a bold, honest style, and tells things as it is.
Comedian, radio presenter, zoo keeper; Sam Simmons has been them all. But whichever career he has being pursuing, one thing is certain; he has had to deal with a lot of shit. Now Simmons has come to Soho Theatre to present you all with his Shitty Trivia. Tickets are £10-£20, and no two shows are the same. He will be performing until the 24th August.
Last on call is David Quirk, who will remain at Soho Theatre until the 14th September, as he recollects the day he shook 'hands with danger'. It is a humorous and confessional story about cheating and being cheated on.