Spencer Jones

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This work in progress show is the very start of an idea I have about doing a kind of play. But with routines within it.  So there will be props and music.

Don’t worry. I’m 88% sure I haven’t disappeared up my own arse. There will be a story. All set in a bedsit. A story about a man (me) playing a man (Herbert) who is worried about an audition (Job interviews for dickheads). So that’s the big idea. I’ve no idea how it will pan out. So make sure there’s nothing else on at the same time you fancy seeing.

Lots of love Spencer xxx

As seen on Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), Sky’s Spencer Jones’ Christmas, BBC Three’s Uncle, and BBC One’s Upstart Crow

“No other Fringe show will put a bigger smile on your face​” ★★★★ Evening Standard

“Eggy Bagel is an hour of joyful, inoffensive silliness which could tickle the coldest of hearts.” ★★★★ The Skinny

“Only those with the stoniest of hearts could fail to fall for The Herbert.” ★★★★ The List

Part of the Shepherd’s Bush Comedy Festival presented by Hammersmith and Fulham Council and PBJ Management.
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"There are officially 1,170 comedy shows in this year’s Fringe, and countless more not in the programme. But there is only one like Spencer Jones’s."
Chortle
"No other Fringe show will put a bigger smile on your face​"
Evening Standard
"Eggy Bagel is an hour of joyful, inoffensive silliness which could tickle the coldest of hearts."
The Skinny
"Only those with the stoniest of hearts could fail to fall for The Herbert."
The List

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