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Shepton Digi Arts 2013 Announcement.

2012 Comedy @ Shepton

David Trent  - 'Spontaneous Comedian'  - Saturday 10th  November 6.00pm - 7.00pm

Please note this show contains adult humour and themes that may not be suitable for minors. 16+ only

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Fosters comedy award nominee David Trent brings his critically acclaimed, sell out show 'Spontaneous Comedian' from this years Edinburgh Fringe to The Shepton Mallet Digital Arts Festival.

David comes armed with a projector and a computer, delivering a "ballsy, bold and intense.. inventive, tech-heavy comedy that’s smart and dumb in equal measure" (

Tech is at the heart of David's high-energy, multi-media showcase, with YouTube providing the basis for much of the material and punchlines screened, not spoken.

'A creator of bold, category-defying comedy’ (Stage)



Comedy night hosted by James Redmond and including:
Iszi Lawrence and Bryan O'Gorman
- Thursday 8th November 9.45pm - 11.15pm

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Bristol born stand up comedian and actor James Redmond hosts an evening of comedy with three local comedians and his own self depreciating and entertaining banter where the former Hollyoaks and Casualty actor tells his tale of woe as his short lived TV presenting career found him dumped by the channel in favour of H from Steps. 



Iszi Lawrence 

Iszi lawrence is an English comedian, illustrator and artist. She is the voice of the Skeptics Guide to the Universe and has her own weekly podcast Sundays Supplement which she co-hosts with TV writer Simon Dunn. 

She is an international speaker on skepticism and atheism. She has six brothers and sisters (half of whom are Muslim) and is an only child. She lives with a poet and a cat who is rubbish at chess.


Bryan O'Gorman

Bryan's comedic style is a unique blend of writing, physicality and character work .  Of his many credits, a few include being featured on MTV, National Lampoon Radio, Sirius XM radio, The Comedy Network, the Toronto Star.