Edinburgh previews! Be among the first in the world to see two fantastic full shows from two fantastic comics.
Edward Aczel – Artificial Intellect
Ed promises to come up with a big idea to hang the whole thing on – but probably it’ll be based on a loose set of unconnected themes with no real purpose. There’ll be a demonstration of Ed’s acting skills, the odd political impression and the apocalypse included in the standard package. An unsatisfying experience to both perform and watch. But then… all things must pass.
**** ‘A master of his genre’ (Kate Copstick, Scotsman).
**** ‘Deliberate and expertly done’ (Claire Smith, Scotsman).
**** ‘Deadpan dynamo’ (Mirror).
Rob Kemp – Moonraker 2: Moonrakerer
The closest I get to remembering my dreams are the ideas that occur during the thin veil between sleep and awake, where your mind wanders unimpeded and undirected. This is a collection of those ideas. Some will be funny. Some won’t make sense. There will be some stuff on Belgian Surrealist René Magritte and a song full of penis synonyms about the Icelandic Phallological Society. Rob Kemp is the multiple award-winning, Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer-nominated creator of The Elvis Dead. This is not that. This is a new thing.
Duration: 140 minutes (including interval)
Tickets £3.50 plus booking fee