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Quote from: CaledonianGonzo on March 03, 2022, 08:39:41 PMLee aside, will keep my powder dry for now I think.Really hope that Liz Kingman's show gets a run.
Quote from: Malcy on March 03, 2022, 08:28:12 PMNothing for me so far really. I'm seeing Jack Docherty's show next week. May go again
Quote from: CaledonianGonzo on March 18, 2022, 03:41:25 PMFirst tranche of Monkey Barrel shows announced https://instagram.com/stories/monkey.barrel.comedy/2796690851088207931
Quote from: dissolute ocelot on March 25, 2022, 10:42:53 AMWil Hodgson is coming up for the first time in a few years, which I'm pleased about, although no venue announced - probably doing a free fringe show, and they'll not have listings for a while.
Quote from: DrGreggles on March 24, 2022, 01:51:27 PMSanders and Sausage added
Quote from: WestHill on March 26, 2022, 12:13:35 AMChris Cantrill solo show too!
Quote from: The Lurker on March 30, 2022, 11:29:29 AMAny recommendations on where to stay?
QuoteFriend [of the Fringe]2for1 tickets, available Sunday–Thursday, for 10 different participating shows (offer valid once per show)
Quote from: The Lurker on March 30, 2022, 11:29:29 AMThink I'm going to lose my Edinburgh virginity this year. Took me long enough - a bit like my actual... no, I'm not going to make that obvious joke.Any recommendations on where to stay?
Quote from: David Pielingtonburygrot on March 31, 2022, 10:26:06 PMCan anyone clever explain this, on the fringe website?Does it mean that you can use this offer 10 times in total, or that you have a choice of 10 shows to buy 2for1 tickets from (which would seem quite restrictive)?
Quote from: DrGreggles on April 05, 2022, 10:43:44 AMNew Pleasance shows addedFrom Chortle:The Pleasance has announced its second tranche of Edinburgh Fringe programming, including new shows from Sarah Keyworth, Sindhu Vee and Sophie Duker.Other returnees include Sean McLoughlin, Helen Bauer, Will Duggan, Alasdair Beckett-King and Christopher Bliss. Colin Hoult will perform the last show featuring his alter-ego Anna Mann (pictured) while Hal Cruttenden will be talking about his divorce after 21 yearsSouth Africa's top ventriloquist Conrad Koch is also making his UK premiere, along wit his puppet Chester Missing. And a host of acts are making the Edinburgh debuts including Sikisa, double act Shelf, Rajiv Karia, Jamie D'Souza Jake Farrell, Ania Magliano, Michael Akadiri, Christian Brighty and Aurie Styla.Mischief, the theatre team behind the ...Goes Wrong franchise, are back with Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circles, featuring the mentalist from their West End show Magic Goes Wrong.Character-comedians and real-life sisters Maddy and Marina Bye, who perform as the double-act Siblings, have a new batch of sketches; Joz Norris tries out the hardest magic trick of all time – making an entire audience think and blink in unison; and impressionist Jess Robinson presents a musical multimedia, one-woman show. Likewise, rapper, comedian and viral YouTube star Chris Turner presents a one-man comedy and hip-hop spectacular.The Pleasance Comedy Reserve is also back for its 16th year with this year's hand-picked newcomers: Abi Clarke, Dee Allum, Katie Green and Tadiwa Mahlunge.And the Get Off Comedy Fundraiser will raise funds for the efforts to eradicate sexual harassment in the comedy industryToday marks the second batch of Fringe shows going on sale, with the Underbelly announcing their programme additions earlier.For more on the Pleasance shows, visit the venue's website.Published: 5 Apr 2022
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