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EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2018

EDINBURGH FRINGE PREVIEWS:


July 5th:  Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Festival, Gielgud Theatre, Malet Street, London  BOOK TICKETS


July 9th:  Underbelly Festival - Chortle Presents..Fast Fringe, Southbank, London   BOOK TICKETS


July 15th: Stamford Corn Exchange, Stamford PE9 1PX  01780 766455 or online  BOOK TICKETS


July 16th: Good Ship Comedy @Colonel Fawcett, Camden, London  BOOK TICKETS


July 17th: International Comedy Edinburgh Previews - Downstairs at the King’s Head, Crouch End, London BOOK TICKETS


July 18th: Bearcat@The Viaduct, Hanwell, London BOOK TICKETS


July 19th: Lewes Constitutional Club (with Zoe Lyons) Tickets Soon..


July 20th: Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough    BOOK TICKETS


July 21st: Leighton Buzzard Library Theatre  BOOK TICKETS


July 24th: The Crown Inn, Telford   BOOK TICKETS


July 25th: Komedia, Bath   BOOK TICKETS


July 26th: Komedia, Brighton  BOOK TICKETS


July 27th: Comedy Cottage, Harlequin Theatre, Redhill Surrey BOOK TICKETS


July 28th:  Courtyard Theatre, Chipstead  BOOK TICKETS



With maybe a few more to be announced.....



EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2018

JIM TAVARE ‘FROM DEADPAN TO BEDPAN’


August 2nd - 26th (except 13th):  Laughing Horse @ The Counting House (Venue 170)  4:15PM  FREE FRINGE - DETAILS HERE






PRESS:


The Times: Top Pick ‘Edinburgh Festival: what to see this Summer’

Jim Tavaré: From Deadpan to Bedpan
The lugubrious comic returns to Britain after a decade living in Los Angeles – and, last year, a near-fatal car crash in which he broke his neck and 30 bones. This is his story of disaster, massive medical bills and survival against the odds. Henry Normal directs.
Laughing Horse @ The Counting House, Aug 2-26


https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/saturday-review/edinburgh-festival-what-to-see-this-summer-8hl38dtc3