Three ascendant acts bring almost-perfect hours to your eyes and ears for barely any money at all. Yes. Please.
Kelly Convey / Fin Taylor / Paul Williams
Thursday 26 July
19:00 - Kelly Convey: Dependent Woman
20:15 - Fin Taylor: When Harassy Met Sally
21:30 - Paul Williams: Santa Fe
£4 for ONE
£7 any TWO
£9 all THREE
KELLY CONVEY: DEPENDENT WOMAN
After being an "indepedent woman" for far too long, Kelly Convey has had enough and just wants a man to look after and do all the heavy lifting. Dependent Woman, is an honest insight into a modern woman who wants nothing more than the tradtional man - Making sandwiches and ironing can't be that bad, can it? “One of the most rapidly-rising new comics on the circuit” – British Comedy Guide. “1 of 9 Hilarious Women to Look Out For in 2017” – Metro. “Kelly Convey is in-your-face and reassuringly confident… She’s a sassy, convivial figure… Plus she knows how to turn a phrase…” – Marissa Burgess, Chortle
FIN TAYLOR: WHEN HARASSY MET SALLY
'The most relevant comedian in Edinburgh' (EdFestMag.com) is back! His finger's still on the pulse, except now he doesn't know whether that's flirting or harassment. This is the third year in a row Fin has picked a stupid title after five-star sell-outs Whitey McWhiteface and Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey. With race and politics done, he's getting stuck into the war of the sexes. As seen on Comedy Central. 'Exceptionally thought-provoking and properly hilarious' (Skinny). 'Phenomenal... on top of both his game and the zeitgeist' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Achingly funny' (List). ***** (Scotsman). **** (Independent).
PAUL WILLIAMS: SANTA FE
Best Newcomer nominee, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2018. Cast your mind to a magical place called Santa Fe. Now snap out of it because that's the show's setting and you haven't bought a ticket yet so stop getting free enjoyment. Last year I lost a major comedy award in New Zealand. This year, I'm getting back up on the horse and setting off on the adventure of a lifetime. 'Responsible for one of the greatest songs ever' (David O'Doherty). ‘Beautiful and endlessly endearing' (TheSpinoff.co.nz). ‘Paul is my favourite New Zealand artist' (Lorde). ‘Enviably talented' (Nish Kumar).
Lineup subject to change.
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