Ava Vidal archive

Performers Ava Vidal.

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Work type: Comedy.

He's Not a Keeper - T01278271530

The star of BBC2's Mock The Week, BBC1's Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and Radio 4's The News Quiz takes to the road with her new show.
27 Sep 13Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead :: V1294444431
listing details L0295268023

Ava Vidal Goes Dutch - T0106687110

In this show she questions the ideas of community and responsibility. How much should we share? Would the world be a better place if we all were self sufficient and just took care of ourselves?
14 Oct 12NST Campus, Southampton :: V776
listing details L01621106325
13 Oct 12Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655
listing details L861391868
12 Oct 12Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827
listing details L619184284
27 Sep 12Playhouse, Nottingham :: V457
listing details L028782600
11 Apr 12 to 14 Apr 12Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
listing details L617015293

Lessons I Should Have Learned - T031180801

After a string of poisonous relationships, you would have thought Ava Vidal (Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The News Quiz) would know better by now. But no – this is the story of how she got involved with yet another totally unsuitable man. It’s a compelling tale that encompasses infidelity, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the terrifying spectre of HIV. But in a funny way.
14 Feb 11 to 19 Feb 11Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
listing details L567502006

Remember, Remember The 4th of November - T01486768098

On 4th November 2008 Barack Hussein Obama made history by becoming the first black man to be voted in as President of The United States of America. Ava Vidal watched the election as one of the commentators in the ITN news studio. Unfortunately her day had not started as well and that morning she made her debut appearance... in her local magistrates court. In her latest show she wonders whether she is a victim of a cruel, unequal society in which the odds have always been stacked against her or is she just a dickhead? With a background that includes having been a teenage single mum, a prison officer, and a boarding-school rebel, she brings a distinctive point of view to her comedy. Remember, Remember 4th of November is a shocking and sometimes disturbing but always hilarious story in which she wonders 'Could Obama's victory inspire her to better things?' She certainly has the audacity to hope so.
20 Jan 10 to 23 Jan 10Soho Theatre, Inner London :: V1035
listing details L1912867467

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