Edinburgh Preview Shows

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At Memorial Hall

 July 6th – Robert White & Larry Deane

Robert White
Fresh from becoming Britain’s Got Talent 2018 runner up, Robert White brings you his unique form of musical stand-up. Just him, some jokes, some songs, a keyboard and maybe a tank top or two. Robert brings you more of the fun you saw on telly…plus
lot’s of extra naughty bits! “Pitch-perfect delivery… Just brilliant” ★★ ★ ★ Chortle

Larry Deane
Fresh from a sell out international tour and smash hit live At The Apollo debut, Larry returns with a new hour of ‘unexpected and excellent 5 star thoughts on Scottishness, sodomites and self-esteem.
“Confessional storytelling at it funniest” Herald
As seen on – Comedy Central at The Comedy Store, Comedy Central’s Roast Battle.

July 13th  – Gordon Southern & Paul Sinha

Gordon Southern
Winter is coming, but not anytime soon for Southern…
For over 10 years by luck or design Southern has only really experienced summer and autumn. Here is his story, a comedy show about his adventures in therapy that may even save your life.
His shows are whip-smart and proper laugh-out-loud funny.

Paul Sinha
Paul returns with his life still bordering on disarray. Having spent two decades juggling disparate careers, loneliness, heartbreak, a multitude of vices, and an overwhelming urge to show off his general knowledge, he finds that just as one problem disappears, another one suddenly emerges. Paul is forty-eight and is pondering the unthinkable. Is he past it? Was Shakespeare wrong? Are there only Two Ages of Man?
★★ ★ ★ ★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine ‘An utter treat


July 20th  – Rob Rouse & Christian Reilly

Christian Riley
Perrier Award-winning musical stand-up takes an axe to austerity and liquidates laughter deficits.
“Like watching Jack Dee and Bill Bailey simultaneously… I don’t think I’ve ever come so close to hyperventilating with laughter” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ The Student
“Seriously catchy tunes… hysterical material” ★ ★ ★ ★ ThreeWeeks
“The funniest songs I’ve heard in a long time” The Scotsman

Rob Rouse
As seen on BBC2’s Upstart Crow. Rob’s comedic storytelling hots a career high in this irresistibly hilarious journey of enforced introspection.
“The tears of laughter came in floods… a sustained piece of observational storytelling which peaked and peaked.. he’s a great storyteller, of the kind who is able to blur the boundaries between fact and fiction to get at the truths of life and death which lie behind their tale.” The Scotsman
“Rob Rouse is a born clown, a latter day Stan Laurel” Time Out

July 27th  – Phil Ellis & Alun Cochrane 


Phil Ellis
After winning the Edinburgh Panel Prize in 2014 with Funz and Gamez, Phil’s ready to bring his unique, anarchic and unreliable comedy to the masses. Phil doesn’t mean to brag but he’s been involved with no less than five failed pilots and over 20 unread TV show ideas. Join him for an hour of fun and desperation now BBC Radio 4 let him have his own sitcom.
“….much cleverer and much more stupid than your might think.” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Chortle

Alun Cochrane
Come on then! (To my show.) You want some? (Comedy.) You wanna go? (Buy a ticket then.)
I’ll be joking about you, me and this wonderfully odd time to be alive. Alun Cochrane has been doing solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe since 2004. He has performed at international comedy festivals, pub gigs and comedy clubs and toured. He’s regularly really funny on Frank Skinner’s radio show and Just a Minute, and is sometimes on TV shows and panel games including Room 101, Mock the Week and Have I Got News for You.

At the Lescar

5th July – Daniel Kitson

12th July- Kiri Pritchard McClean & Kai Humphreys

19th July-  Chris Washington plus special guest


26th July- Adam Hess & Justin Moorhouse


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