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Angelos Epithemiou & Barry From Watford: The All New Angelos and Barry Show: Live Podcast

7th June 2019, 9.15pm

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Come and join Angelos and Barry as they record their now famous podcast in front of a live audience. They will be telling stories of their showbiz friends, discussing their relationships with Kim Jong Un, Simon Cowell and Elton John and talking the audience through their latest business ideas. Putting the world to rights. I repeat, putting the world to rights. Again, yes, they will be putting the world to rights. They will absolutely be putting the world to rights. I can’t stress enough that they will be putting the world to rights. So if that is your thing then please come and join in the fun and you might find yourself up on stage helping them to put the world to rights.

Angelos Epithemiou is an ex burger van from Neasden. He now spends a good deal of his time hanging out with his great mate Barry. Angelos can be seen wearing a blue anorak, an orange Sainsbury’s bag, a pair of trousers and very stylish push down hair. He’s pretty cool. He’s looking for love, and has been on some dates with some of the most beautiful women in the world but unfortunately, he’s found fault in every single one of them.

Barry From Watford, comes from Watford in Hertfordshire. He is an 82 year old ex greengrocer, now retired. He lives in his council flat with his lovely long standing wife Margaret who likes to cook him her famous cheesy leak bake. Barry doesn’t have time for much of the modern world but keeps himself plugged in by reading Heat Magazine and Daily Mail Online, although describes much of what he reads as absolute b*******.

'Their ridiculous riffs build and build until you can’t help laughing…simple, but just great'

The Observer

'Comedy pals barmy banter is puerile delight '

The Guardian


Presented by: United Agents

Tickets from £14.00 (includes £1.50 in fees per ticket)

Venue: Underbelly Festival Southbank
Duration: 60 minutes
Advice: Recommended for ages 14+, contains strong language.

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