Leeds Tealights return to Leeds
Following success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the University’s sketch comedy group the Tealights, will be performing a brand new show at the Library Pub from Monday 19 to Wednesday 21 November.
Special guests will be in attendance on all three nights. On Monday and Tuesday this will be Mae Martin who won this year's 'Best International Performer' at the Brighton Fringe, received stellar reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe and recently appeared on BBC3's Comedy Marathon and Russell Howard's Good News. The special guest on Wednesday will be Kieran Hodgson who has just returned from his own solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe and recently filmed the role of Davey in the BBC1 pilot George and Bernard Shaw.
The Tealights were founded in 2005 and each year the group holds auditions for new cast members who work on a show to take up to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The group of five perform regularly at The Library Pub and have been supported by sketch group, Oyster Eyes, and double-acts Dregs and The Gentlemen of Leisure. They continue to sell out shows across the country so this is a great chance to see them at home.
The show will start at 8pm (doors at 7.30pm) Monday to Wednesday. Tickets can be purchased online or on the door for £5.Posted in: University news