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Tue 24 Jul19:00

Faye Treacy - The Problem With Faye Treacy

When asked by her little sister for some career advice, Faye realised she'd spent the last half of her 20s trying to make trombone comedy work.
Join Faye for an idiosyncratic tale about a South London foster family, why she's decided she wants to become a stepdad and what it's like to be quite often the only woman in the band.
Debut hour from Best Newcomer: Musical Comedy Awards 2015, Runner-Up: Bath Comedy New Act 2016, as heard on BBC Radio 2/4extra.
"Treacy's charm soon wins us round...her one-liners are expertly crafted and sharp" - The List
Edinburgh Preview show presented by Bath Comedy
Tickets £5 advance
Tue 24 Jul21:00

Carey Marx - Carey Carey Quite Contrary

Legendary club comic, Fringe stalwart and raconteur of darkness, Carey Marx, with his latest Edinburgh show.
Donald Trump is President so sod it. Carey's going to do what he wants.
Taking a lesson from the leader of the free world, Carey's decided to become arrogant, certain and unapologetic. What happens when he's above reproach? Greatness happens. Yes, everything Carey turns his hand to becomes magically magnificent.
Goodbye integrity and humility. Hello delusion and dishonesty.
This show is going to be the best thing in history. Definitely.
Carey Marx is internationally renowned for his unique brand of dark humour and caustic wit. His wilful disregard for the controversial and delicate is tempered beautifully by his ability to find joy in the most unexpected places. Nominated for Chortle's Best Club Comic 2017 award, don't miss your chance to see a true comedy master.
Twice winner of Best International Show at New Zealand Comedy Festival
Star of Intensive Carey; BBC Radio 4
Writer for Dave Gorman's Modern Life is Goodish; Dave
"This is great comedy from a comedy master" **** The Scotsman
"Anecdotally debauched" ***** Herald
"A comic at his gleeful best" ***** Edinburgh Evening News
"Highly engaging, devilish, menacing and totally mesmerizing" ***** Edinburgh Guide
"Sharp, sweet, cheeky, cynical, romantic and rude as he ever was" **** Chortle
"Comedy at its best" **** Fest
In Association with Glorious Management
Edinburgh Preview show presented by Bath Comedy
Tickets £5 advance
Wed 25 Jul19:00

Anna Morris - Bombastic

The award-winning character comedian and star of Channel 4's Lee and Dean celebrates four sell-out shows with a mash-up of her favourite creations.
Fearless comedy from the creator of international hit ‘It’s Got to be Perfect. (Best Show, Funny Women Awards) and the critically acclaimed ‘Dolly Mixture’, ‘Would Like to Thank’ and ‘Bitchelors’.
"Beautifully crafted comedy" The Independent.
"A master of character comedy" British Comedy Guide.
"Morris has the X Factor" ***** EdinburghGuide.com
***** Funny Women
**** The Herald
**** Skinny
**** Sunday Herald
**** Broadway Baby
**** The Stage
**** Scotsgay
Edinburgh Preview show presented by Bath Comedy Tickets £5 advance
Wed 25 Jul21:00

Simon Munnery - The Wreath

"I went to a funeral the other day. Caught the wreath..."
That's what came to me, from the mysterious source of the inexplicable. Hear the story of the joke, how it became a painting, and what happened next.
"Subversive and brilliant" - The Guardian
Edinburgh Preview presented by Bath Comedy
Tickets £5 advance
Thu 26 Jul19:00

John Hastings - Float Like A Butterfly John Hastings Like A Bee

Last year, John Hastings was hit by a car and broke his arm. He then became homeless (his choice) with a long distance girlfriend (her choice) and now has a lot of thoughts on pigeons and bicycles (your choice).
Now he's written this comedy show. A tale of displacement, death and denial (don't worry, there are jokes too).
As seen on Comedy Central
***** (The Mirror)
***** (Broadway Baby)
**** (Fest)
**** (The Herald)
**** (Three Weeks)
**** (Melbourne Herald Sun)
Edinburgh Preview presented by Bath Comedy
Tickets £5 advance
Thu 26 Jul21:00

Stephanie Laing - Quitter

Stephanie Laing is a massive quitter. She's given up alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes, drugs (mostly), meat (sometimes), and casual sex (honest). But is she now a big ball of joy? Is everything bloody OK now?
Come and see this lovable little weirdo talk about how she's trying to fix her silly little brain by doing fewer things.
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Finalist 2015
"Eye-wateringly honest, Devastating technique, with natural comic timing and delivery" - Chortle
"Gloriously silly, wonderfully unpretentious" - Broadway Baby
Edinburgh Preview presented by Bath Comedy
Tickets £5 advance

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