Joining Fleabag, Houdini, Jen Brister,  Nish Kumar and many more, two new shows by Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show 2019 winner Jordan Brookes (Bleed, 2018) and 2015 Funny Women award winner Desiree Burch (Desiree’s Coming Early, 2019) come to Soho Theatre On Demand on Wednesday 6 May for three weeks only.

On the launch of these new shows, Steve Lock, Soho Theatre’s Head of Comedy said: “Having performed on our stages many times, Jordan and Desiree are two of our favourite comics. We’re thrilled to welcome both to our On Demand site so audiences to enjoy these superb shows at home.”

Recorded live at Soho Theatre, the new full-length shows released on 6 May will be available to rent on



Live Nation in association with Ebdon Management presents

Filmed at Soho Theatre in November 2019 following a critically-acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and directed by Sarah Chew.

Comedian and storyteller Desiree Burch (Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle and Flinch, The Mash Report and Live at the Apollo, BBC) was born late, bloomed late, and generally has difficulty with the present moment.

At a moment in recent history where decades of societal progress swung right back around to authoritarianism and disintegration, Desiree embarks on a spiritual journey of mythically ridiculous proportions into the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, to figure out how she, and all of us, have gotten here, and maybe, possibly, hopefully fix the suckiness for us all.

Praise for Desiree’s Coming Early
‘a near-perfect example of comedic storytelling’ ★★★★ Evening Standard
‘a mesmerizing performance… myriad thematic strands all coalesce into one magnificent whole’ ★★★★★ Fest
‘a creative masterpiece of epic proportions…downright hilarious and genuinely profound.’ ★★★★★ Ed Fest Mag


Fight in the Dog presents

Filmed at Soho Theatre in November 2018, and created and developed by Jordan Brookes, Ciaran Clarke and Bríd Kirby.

Critically acclaimed and adored by his peers, Jordan is riding high. There’s been so much buzz about him. I’ve heard he does absurd stuff on stage? Yeah sort of, but it’s also very accessible. Apparently, he’s a really nice guy in real life too. Yeah he is. Very charming. Yes, very charming. Got a lot of time for him. Shall we give him a go then? Oh, absolutely not.

Praise for Bleed
“riskiest comic in the biz” ★★★★ Guardian
“a rictus-grinned latterday Lee Evans who constantly stares into the existential abyss” ★★★★ Beyond The Joke
“Awful, and hilarious” ★★★★★ One4Review

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