formed in 2004 and comprise of Louie Bayliss, Rachel Egan, Alan Freestone (Co-writer
& Director), Felicity Wren & James Wren.
have enjoyed a long residency at the highly acclaimed Hen and Chickens Theatre
and two successful runs at The Underbelly in Edinburgh.
This is an exemplary sketch show. Fine writing, brilliant performances
and imagination in spadefuls guarantee that the show is received with uniform
glee by the audience who did not stop laughing for the whole hour. There simply
isn't a bad sketch among the whole collection. These include an Elizabethan dance-off,
a T-Rex hide-and-seek competition and a particularly piss-yourself-inducing skit
about a magic monkey onboard a starship. Cheerful, upbeat and a little reminiscent
of 'Big Train', this will appeal to anyone who likes to laugh because it is impossible
that you will not. It is destined to be a hit. (5 STARS)
sketches with great punchlines. Greedy also has a wonderfully joyful
silliness about it, and even though it may touch on darker topics it does so in
such a bizarre way that it never loses its sense of fun. (4 STARS)
Greedy ticks all the boxes.
these uncertain times its a relief to know youre in the safe hands
of a group of confident, properly funny performers. These inventive sketches are
beautifully original and often engagingly sick. In particular, they deserve high
praise for the marvellous scene in which a creepy old woman tricks her grandson
into rough frottage. Expect to laugh for a full hour.
is not a dull moment from start to finish. (4 STARS)
is the sketch show that i was always promised, well written, enthusiastically
performed and beautifully directed." (4 Stars)
"The four players, James Wren, Felicity Wren, Rachel Eagen and Louie
Bayliss, each bring brilliant individual characterisations to the show, and together
they are pushing that boundary of comedy just a little bit
further. (4 Stars)