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Fight in the Dog – Edinburgh Preview Season

Fight in the Dog – Edinburgh Preview Season
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Fight in the Dog presents previews of the shows they are taking to the Edinburgh Fringe this year. If you can’t make it to Scotland, see them first here!

Beard:
Returning after their award-winning, sell out 2015 show, Beard (‘one of the best kept secrets in comedy-town’ The List) are back with their genre-defying comedy. Part-romance, part-nightmare, part-darkly-intimate-experience.

William Andrews:
A joyful return to stand-up for this cult idiot. William is wholeheartedly embracing the Willy he always was, telling remarkable stories with a beguiling blend of daft creativity and ingenuity. . “All hail the comedians you could never clone” – The Times.

Sarah Keyworth:
You’ve seen her on Comedy Central, you’ve seen her on the BBC. Join Sarah as she tells you about her life with an important little girl and her battle against every expectation of what being a girl means.

Josh Glanc:
WINNER BEST COMEDY PERTH FRINGE 2017, named “one of the most exciting emerging [Aussie] talents”.

Christopher Bliss:
Award-winning Rob Carter’s cult-hit creation, Christopher Bliss, is back. The worst novelist in Shropshire, has written, directed, and cast himself in his first ever play, alongside both of his friends. As seen in Channel 4’s Peep Show and Fresh Meat and BBC’s Siblings.

Holly Morgan:
Holly Morgan is going to sort this whole misogyny mess out once and for all, using something she half-remembered from university about the Madonna-Whore complex and the greatest pop songs of all time.

Jordan Brookes:
The Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show 2017 nominee returns for more loosely-justified nonsense. “Wildly entertaining ****” – The Guardian.

Rob Oldham:
Rob Oldham, Amused Moose Breakthrough Comic 2017 considers politics, youth, and death. He does jokes to ensure this is funny. Directed by Liam Williams.

Adam Riches:
The Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner returns with a brand-new show unlike anything else.

The Crooners:
An hour of non-stop, razor-sharp, unadulterated show business. Comedy, crooning, cocktails and class from critically acclaimed character comedians, Brendan Murphy & Kiell Smith-Bynoe.

Sub-Categories: Classes / Courses | Creative & Performing Arts | Comedy.

Artists / Speakers: Adam Riches, Beard, Christopher Bliss, Will Andrews, Rob Oldham, Sarah Keyworth, Jordan Brookes.

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