Attic Comedy Club in Southampton: Alison Spittle stand-up comedy

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At The Attic Comedy Club in Southampton, Alison Spittle performs her stand-up comedy show entitled “Wet”

Alison Spittle comes to Southampton Comedy ClubAlison Spittle comes to The Attic’s Southampton Comedy Club to perform her stand-up comedy routine “Wet”. Following an incredibly successful and well-received stage show at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Alison is embarking on her first UK tour.

To Alison’s delight, she finds herself in the middle of two realms when a heated confrontation sparks up in aqua aerobics class.

This exhilarating experience helps her understand that although she prides herself on being polite, she has a penchant for disruptive behaviour as well.

Alison Spittle, an Irish comedian, comedy writer, radio producer and actress, has had a presence in numerous media outlets such as iRadio, RTÉ Radio 1 and Newstalk.

Alison Spittle comes to The Attic Comedy Club in SouthamptonShe created sketches for the Republic of Telly then proceeded to write and star in her own sitcom Nowhere Fast on RTÉ Two in 2017. Additionally, she’s the host and creator of the Alison Spittle Show podcast hosted at

After graduating from college in Dublin, Spittle returned to Westmeath, where she worked as a researcher for iRadio alongside comedian Bernard O’Shea. This spurred her on to comedy, performing with PJ Gallagher and competing in So You Think You’re Funny’s Irish heat leading to rounds at Edinburgh. Her success earned her a guest spot on the “Happy Hour” section of the John Murray Show RTÉ Radio 1.

Spittle’s comedy shows have included Alison Spittle Needs an Agent, Alison Spittle Discovers Hawaii (2015), and Worrier Princess (2017). She has performed at numerous festivals such as the Edinburgh and Dublin Fringe Festivals, and also The Forbidden Fruit and Cork Comedy festivals.

‘A kind of genius’ ****, Irish Times
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Tickets are £12 ordered online in advance. Or £15 at the door if still available on the night

She was a frequent guest on The Right Hook, hosted by George Hook on Newstalk. She also co-hosts The Guilty Feminist podcast with Deborah Francis-White and is a much-beloved member of the show.

In 2019, she appeared in the comedy movie Extra Ordinary. In 2020, she teamed up with comedian Fern Brady to start a BBC podcast called Wheel of Misfortune. However, Brady exited the program early in 2021 and Spittle invited various guests until Kerry Katona joined as a permanent co-host in November 2022.

Aside from touring, Alison can be heard as the host of BBC Sounds Wheel of Misfortune as well as The Guilty Feminist podcast plus writer for Have I Got News For You.

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