Edinburgh and Beyond Tour – Gulbenkian Theatre, 26th September

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By George Berry (well, barely) on 25.9.2023

Edinburgh and Beyond Tour – Gulbenkian Theatre, 26th September

I’m going to throw some press stuff up to save my chitty chatty for the actual review. All I’m going to say is that I’m f*cking psyched.

Peace!

“The EDINBURGH & BEYOND tour, sponsored by Magners is back and bigger than ever before, with 30-dates up and down the country. For the eighth consecutive year Avalon and Paramount Comedy present four of the finest young stand ups at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on one fantastic bill. EDINBURGH & BEYOND 2008 launched with a sell-out one-off show at Edinburgh’s famous Pleasance Dome on 19th August, and will be touring venues nationally from 14th September.

The critically acclaimed line-up stars:

• Headliner GLENN WOOL, one of the most respected acts on the UK circuit. GLENN has appeared on Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC TWO) and 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4) and regularly tops the bill at the nation’s best loved venues.

• ISY SUTTIE, probably best known as DOBBY from Peep Show (Channel 4), her other recent credits include Love Soup (BBC ONE) and Out To Lunch (BBC Radio 2), as well as working as a comedy consultant on Channel 4’s Skins.

• DAN ATKINSON, as well as playing to sold out houses at the Fringe, DAN recently performed warm up for The Late Edition (BBC TWO) and Bremner, Bird and Fortune (Channel 4). He featured in the Edinburgh show and will compere for the duration of the national tour.

• Hackney Empire New Act Award winner JOE WILKINSON compered the Edinburgh show and will feature in the national tour. A new talent on the UK scene, JOE has quickly made a name for himself having performed last year as part of the prestigious Comedy Zone.”

There you have it. Tastes like awesome. Heres a little video of headliner Glenn Wool for you to mount and ride like an ill-tempered bull.




Comments

  • Yeah, this was extremely lazy, I openly admit that.

    Still, I am far from troubled by the basics of linguistics, I just don’t see the real point in using fancy schmancy words when I would like anyone to be able to read an article, rather than just the students with a stick wedged up their arse.

    By George Berry on 29.9.2023

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  • That was a outstanding example of lazy journalism.

    Having read other articles by yourself, I think you have linguistic problems, please sort them out before you publish anything else.

    By darren bentley on 28.9.2023

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