After walking away with the Comic’s Choice Award at last year’s comedy festival, multi-award winning comedian Sarah Kendall is back with a new hour of storytelling. In this hour-long narrative, Sarah’s story will take audiences back to a pool party she went to in 1989 that was so disastrous that the ramifications are still being felt today. It was a pretty bad pool party.
Kickstarting her stand up career in Australia, Sarah built herself quite the reputation on the local comedy scene before taking off to relocate to London, where her sharp, observational humour saw her in demand and continue to perform at all the major festivals in the world. Along the way, she has scored a swagger of nominations and awards (including being the first woman in nine years to receive a prestigious Perrier Award Nomination at the Edinburgh Festival). She also found the time to have a couple of kids.
When not on stage, Sarah has appeared on the all-female TV sketch show Beehive for the UK’s E4 channel as well as BBC radio’s comedy shows The Now Show, Dilemma and The Stephen K Amos Show as well as Clare in the Community — one of the best loved and longest running sitcoms on British radio, which also features Sally Phillips and Nina Conti.
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Hen and Chickens Theatre
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