Philliam and Willipp


Philliam and Willipp

The Walrus

10 Ship Street
Basement Room: MAY 30, JUN 13, 20 at 20:45 (60 min) - Free (Ticketed)

Philliam and Willipp

Philliam and Willipp is a split bill comedy show from young up-and-coming comedians Wiliiam Hitt (BBC Radio London) and Philipp Kostelecky (BBC Wales) “Tongue-in-cheek provocative material” - Chortle. Their child-like energy, confident stage presence, and quick-fire performance styles have seen them propelled up the UK comedy ladder.

Comedy Store King Gong Show winner and Roast Battle UK champion Philipp Kostelecky shares what it’s like to grow up under an American-Slovenian mother and absentee Austrian father, using his unorthodox cultural background and family structure to pose as the external observer on topics such as toxic masculinity, white privilege and grocery stores through an offbeat socio-political perspective.

Will then finishes off the hour with a misanthropic and anxiety-ridden discussion on celebrity culture, the economy, his own bisexuality and extreme sexual dysfunction which have seen him earn semi-final spots at Laughing Horse and So You Think You’re Funny.

The show has toured previously at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival under the name “Philipp and Phriends” with Laughing Horse Free Fringe and briefly “Almost There” with PBH and will be previewing from January to April at the South Kensington Comedy Club, Vauxhall Comedy Club, Comedy 43 and Boma Bridge Comedy Club.

Quotes from previous shows:

"I cried with laughter. Some of Kostelecky's impressions and accents were pitch-perfect, like those performed by a young Jim Carrey"

- The Founder

"His charisma and stand up comedy captivated the audience from the moment he stepped onto the stage"

- The Orbital Magazine

Ticket types this year are Paid, Pay What You Can and Free - this is how it works: Paid: The show is fully ticketed and you pay in advance or on the door; Pay What You Can: You can choose to buy a ticket in advanced to guarantee entry and what to pay over a minimum amount OR turn up at the venue to get in for free in any space that is left; Free: The show is free entry and can be ticketed or unticketed. Watch the show, and the performer will ask for donations at the end for those that would like to contribute.