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Hate N Live

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Hate N Live

The Free Sisters

139 Cowgate
Maggie's Chamber: AUG 7-29 at 22:30 (60 min) - Pay What You Want Tickets - Book tickets from £5

Hate N Live

The smash-hit show returns for a seventh year, with top TV comedians - aka the Gladi-Haters - improvising rants on topics suggested by the audience.

By turns raucous and surreal, this show has the audience on the edge of their seat as the comedians try to walk the line.

Want to see Darius Davies, ★★★★★ (BroadwayBaby.com), Leo Kearse, ''seriously funny''★★★★★ (Scotsman), and guests hate on Matt Hancock? Vegans? Or the mating rituals of guinea pigs? It's up to you!

'A great idea for a show, brutally funny... absolutely brilliant!' (Scotsman).

"Raucous, dick-swinging comedy....hate n live is a lively and popular contribution to the late-night landscape" (Chortle)

"Confronting, controversial, and candid, Hate N Live is a match made in hell for the wickedly humorous and will have you laughing from start to finish." - (Dirksy.com Australia)

Warning: not for the easily offended!'

Pay What You Want: This Year our shows In venues are ticketed, so you should book a ticket to guarantee entry - this is because of restricted capacities, COVID restrictions and so we can keep you as safe as possible. Pay What You Want means you donate to a show in advanced for this ticket and you know you can Get in. You can still turn up at the venue For free, and donate at the end of the show - but we are reccomending getting tickets this year to make sure you can get in.



News and Reviews for this Show

"A match made in hell for the wickedly humorous and will have you laughing from start to finish."

February 6, 2019    Dirksey.com

"A match made in hell for the wickedly humorous and will have you laughing from start to finish."

If you enjoy cradling a cuppa and basking in the calm and polite nature of The Great British Bake Off (Hate N Live), then this is not the show for you. In a Perth first, Darius Davies, or “Sir Hate-A-Lot”, hosts the show alongside Scottish comedian, Leo Kearse, and a guest panel of “Gladi-Haters” offering one warning: you will be offended. Confronting, controversial, and candid, The Great British Hate Off is a match made in hell for the wickedly humorous (18+) and will have you laughing from start to finish.

The audience is given full reign of the show as they suggest topics for the comedians to hate on for 60 minutes of mayhem. From dodgy drivers and crappy car parks, to your partner refusing to shit in your mouth, the comics expertly improvise legitimate rants whilst trying to balance the political-correctness tightrope.

The riotous night began with the four comedians proving their quick-wit in a quick fire round, until two reached the “Hate Off” for the final battle-of-the-bants. The audience howled with laughter, and I even saw grown men moved to tears as the comedic anarchy ensued. With the masterful emcee-ing of Darius, and the revolving line-up of home-grown and overseas talent, every show is guaranteed to be unique and hysterical.

As with any improvisational humour, there were hits and misses. But the anticipation for your suggestion to be read (like mine which became a running gag in the show), and to see what chaos was yet to unfold, is worth the $15 and fully licensed venue.

If you can’t afford a Netflix account (or don’t have a friend who lets you borrow theirs) to wait until their 2020 Netflix show is released, make sure you don’t miss out on the raucous roller coaster of The Great British Hate Off. Click Here For Review


"A match made in hell for the wickedly humorous and will have you laughing from start to finish."

February 6, 2019    Dirksey.com

"A match made in hell for the wickedly humorous and will have you laughing from start to finish."

If you enjoy cradling a cuppa and basking in the calm and polite nature of The Great British Bake Off, then this is not the show for you. In a Perth first, Darius Davies, or “Sir Hate-A-Lot”, hosts the show alongside Scottish comedian, Leo Kearse, and a guest panel of “Gladi-Haters” offering one warning: you will be offended. Confronting, controversial, and candid, The Great British Hate Off is a match made in hell for the wickedly humorous (18+) and will have you laughing from start to finish.

The audience is given full reign of the show as they suggest topics for the comedians to hate on for 60 minutes of mayhem. From dodgy drivers and crappy car parks, to your partner refusing to shit in your mouth, the comics expertly improvise legitimate rants whilst trying to balance the political-correctness tightrope.

The riotous night began with the four comedians proving their quick-wit in a quick fire round, until two reached the “Hate Off” for the final battle-of-the-bants. The audience howled with laughter, and I even saw grown men moved to tears as the comedic anarchy ensued. With the masterful emcee-ing of Darius, and the revolving line-up of home-grown and overseas talent, every show is guaranteed to be unique and hysterical.

As with any improvisational humour, there were hits and misses. But the anticipation for your suggestion to be read (like mine which became a running gag in the show), and to see what chaos was yet to unfold, is worth the $15 and fully licensed venue.

If you can’t afford a Netflix account (or don’t have a friend who lets you borrow theirs) to wait until their 2020 Netflix show is released, make sure you don’t miss out on the raucous roller coaster of The Great British Hate Off. Click Here For Review