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Kiosk of Champions

“Supremely funny oddballs” - (Time Out)

“A shot in the arm for sketch comedy” - (Guardian)

Kiosk of Champions is a riotously funny double-act sketch-show with added banter, incorporating elements of sketch and stand-up, and also able to compere.  The show needs no props, light or sound cues, and fits onto the tiniest stand-up stage.

Richard Sandling & Stuart Goldsmith pitch each other head-first through the fourth wall in pursuit of the ultimate shenanigan! Astronauts, choirboys and a samurai are thrown into the mix by two rum coves grabbing for a piece of the fame game pie. No wigs, no hats, and only the slightest grasp of regional accents…

Richard Sandling is “joyful, funny, clever” (Scotsman) and the winner of So You Think You’re Funny 2007.  Richard wrote and performed the sell-out Edinburgh show VHS: Death to DVD in 2006 garnering **** from Kate Copstick.  “Brilliantly geeky” (Time Out), “funny and entertaining” (The List), “darts’ loss is comedy’s gain” (Phill Jupitus)

Stuart Goldsmith is “inspired” (Sunday Times). A professional stand-up (Jongleurs, Up The Creek, Covent Garden Comedy Club, thefymfygbar.com, etc) his writing credits include Radio 2’s Out To Lunch and BBC7’s Play & Record and Witty & Twisted (G-Force).  “Intriguing and invigorating” (Scotsman). 

Praise for Kiosk Of Champions at Edinburgh 2008

“It is very good… Marvellously dark and dangerous but with an ingenuous charm that evokes giggles rather than gasps.” - (Kate Copstick – The Scotsman)

“An hour of captivating comedy… a genuine sense of knockabout fun. Let’s pray they never decide to become consummate professionals. It’ll be the death of them.” - (Brian Donaldson - The List)

“The material is hilarious and drew raucous laughter from the audience!” - (ThreeWeeks)