The S L U I C E gate has opened None can escape it's wilful showers S L U I C E* is a comedy preview compilation and good feelings get-together compiled and shaped by friendship expert Sean Morley. It's actually pretty simple - we will have four incredible acts spilling out their fresh liquid in an unmissable quartet of welcome spurts and you are invited to be in the splash zone. --- THE WONDERFUL PERFORMING FRIENDS 2:15pm - 3:05pm TOP BODYBUILDER BRIAN: LET US HAVE A GO ON YOUR LANYARD Hardworking and extremely award winning comedian and Twitter life-coach, guru, consultant and all-round harbinger of joy, Jayne Edwards is a big deal round these parts. But a good deal bigger round Denbighshire is Top Bodybuilder Brian. From his caravan in Rhyl, he takes you on a journey through his life, loves, and the surprising health benefits of taking whey protein intravenously. STRICTLY NO NERDS. 'At times she seems like a creation of Tim & Eric, with misplaced confidence and acts of sheer ridiculousness surprising audiences who initially took her as a strange introvert. A unique comic who tells us that the shyness is not an act, but something she has learned to bend expertly to her will' - The Skinny 'Her well-crafted comedic persona is a mix of clueless buffoon and delusional ego-maniac. Jayne's closing set-piece had audience members in fits and tears.' - The MET Studio 3:15pm - 4:05pm FOXDOG STUDIOS: ROBOT CHEF Fresh from a year of building an invoicing system for a factory in Stoke-on-Trent, IT consultants Foxdog Studios are having a party to celebrate the end of dBASE IV. Returning with more baffling technology, music, characters and a robot chef the audience control via augmented reality characters using their phones. As heard on BBC Radio 4 extra. Nominated Chortle award for Innovation 2016 Nominated two Malcolm Hardee awards 2016 4:15pm - 5:05pm SEAN MORLEY: I APOLOGISE FOR MY RECENT BEHAVIOUR The latest genre bending show from absurdist comedian Sean Morley. ""Creative in his outlook and bold with his audience manipulation, creating the sort of encounter you'll talk about for some time afterwards. For that, he needs make no apologies"" - Steve Bennett, Chortle Best Show Nominee - Leicester Comedy Festival BBC New Comedy Awards Semi-Finalist - 2015, 2016 ""Thanks everyone for reading about my upcoming show. Once again I'd like to apologise how I have been behaving lately. I promise I've put it all behind me now and it will absolutely not affect my performance"" - Sean Morley 5:15pm - 6:05pm LUCY PEARMAN: WORK IN PROGRESS The latest show from 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer nominee Lucy Pearman.