Sisters: White Noise

Wed 2nd – Sun 27th Aug 2017


“Hotly tipped innovative sketch duo Sisters bring their first full show to the Edinburgh Fringe.”





Sisters Comedy


Hotly tipped innovative sketch duo Sisters (Christy White-Spunner and Mark Jones) bring their first full show to the Edinburgh Fringe following a series of regular sell-out London shows and the huge success of their 2016 40-minute work in progress.

Sisters: White Noise brings together a selection of disturbingly hilarious sketches featuring orphans auditioning for family life, auto-tuned delivery of bad news and some desperate attempts to build a fan-base through live streaming.

Christy White-Spunner and Mark Jones have been performing as a twosome since 2015. In 2016 they reached the final of The Leicester Square Theatre Sketch Off 2016 and performed a 40 minute work in progress as part of the PBH Free Fringe, regularly filling their 80-seater venue. Since the 2016 fringe they have started their own London comedy night: Sisters Comedy Nicetime in aid of CALM and appeared alongside The Pin on BBC3.

Christy White-Spunner has worked as writer-in-residence at comedy production company The Wagon, where he wrote the world's first Social Media Sitcom, which reached 20 million people on Twitter. He has also written shorts starring Ewan Mackintosh, Tom Palmer and Ellie White. Last summer he won international script writing competition Scriptapalooza and has subsequently attracted representation from LA based agency 'Capital Creations'. His Instagram page, Hacking Tom’s Tinder has been featured by The Mail Online, The Tab and The Sun, who called him a “viral sensation” and “the funniest thing on Instagram right now”.

Mark Jones directed Lolly Adefope’s critically acclaimed character show Lolly 2 and continues to work with her on her upcoming shows. During his time at The Invisible Dot, Mark has also worked on Liam Williams’s Bonfire Night, Sheeps Skewer The News and Lou Sanders’s Excuse Me, You’re Sitting On My Penis Again.

Sisters: White Noise will be written and performed by Christy White-Spunner and Mark Jones. The show is being made with the help of Emily Burns (Director of Liam Williams’ ‘Travesty’) and Lolly Adefope (Guardian Rising Star of 2017).

Admission: £9.50(£6)

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