Jess Fostekew: Hench

Date:Sun 06 Sep
Time:7.30pm
Venue:J3
Price:£14 (£12 con)

This event has been rescheduled from Sun 31 May to Sun 06 Sep. Tickets remain valid for the new date. If you have any questions or queries please contact our box office on tickets@junction.co.uk

Absolute powershed and regular host of The Guilty Feminist, Jessica Fostekew explores her big strong strength. Have you ever watched a feminist try and take ‘hench’ as a compliment? It’s like watching a snake eat but funny. 

In preview, Hench was nominated for Best Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival. 

You’ve seen Jess in BBC sitcoms Motherland and Cuckoo and BAFTA Award-winning drama Three Girls

She's also in forthcoming feature films: Gavin Hood’s Official Secrets and Michael Winterbottom’s Greed. She writes for 8 out of 10 Cats

 

Best Show Dave Comedy Award Nominee 2019

‘She finds a new fiercely funny strain of comedy that’s her own’ 

'Consistently hilarious' (Fest)

'Wears her smarts on her sleeve, great' (Guardian).

 

***** - Funny Women 

**** - The Times 

**** - The Guardian 

**** - The Herald 

**** - The Scotsman 

**** - Chortle 

**** - The Skinny 

**** - Fest 

Age: 14+

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.

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J3 has flat floor access.

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