Saturday 17th October


Live flip-chart animation, songs and play doh are just some of the elements in Laughing Coyote’s double-headline show in Sutton on 17th October.

STUART LAWS and BEC HILL bring two unique styles of comedy to the perfect comedy venue, BACK DOOR @ THE SECOMBE.


Stuart Laws. Who said anything about stopping it? (1hr show)

Stuart Laws brings an evening of comedy to Sutton. Stuart makes all the comedy with Turtle Canyon Comedy and supported James Acaster on tour, he was also a young ornithologist and rocks a pretty sweet gilet.

Fresh from 4 star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe:

"Laws’ stand-up is going from strength to strength. It’s a funny, assured show. Go see him if you can." Short Com

"Laughs come thick and fast, definitely one to watch" Fest

"Confident performance of confident material...priceless" Chortle


Joining Stuart is club favourite BEC HILL.

Bec comes armed with some lovely stories – punctuated with her beloved puns – as well as some of the most inventive live animation of her own flip chart creations. She possesses a refreshing blend of charm, whimsy and infectious enthusiasm, which has gained a cult-following in Australia and the UK. But what makes her unique is her skilful ability to bring her “arts and craft” imagination to life on stage.

After gaining in reputation over the last few years Bec recently won two awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with her shows, “Bec & Tom’s Awesome Laundry” and “Bec Hill: Ellipsis”.

”Side-splittingly funny stand-up” *****ThreeWeeks

“A must-see” *****

”Bec Hill is an act to watch out for” ****Chortle


Based mainly around off-the-cuff audience interactions, Stuart Laws shows are always a little bit different. One thing that doesn’t change, however, is the quality of the performance itself.

An energetic and endearing lead man, Laws spontaneous performance is often as chaotic as you might expect – that he manages to hold it all together as well as he does is testament to his skill and the vigour by which he goes about his task.

Expect stand-up about “bowling, kilograms, woodpeckers, Ted Danson, duvet covers” and anything else you might be able to think of.


Adelaide-born Bec Hill started comedy in 2006, when she made the national finals of the Raw new act competition in her native Australia.

Two years later, she made her solo debut at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with her show If You Can Read This My Cape Fell Off.

She then made the trip to the UK, where she now works – and in 2014 won the first Barry Award for best show at the Edinburgh Fringe, set up by comedian Barry Ferns and voted on by other festival performers.


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