EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2018

Tickets are now onsale for both Jarred Christmas and Tom Stade at this year’s Edinburgh Festival.

Daisy Earl will perform in a double-header show at the Free Festival (16-26 Aug only).

Rhod Gilbert is also doing a limited run of very early work-in-progress shows (20-22 & 24-26 Aug, all Sold Out).

JARRED CHRISTMAS: REMARKABLY AVERAGE

AUG 1-26 (except 13) 8pm Gilded Balloon Teviot – Sportsmans

Hey team! So, I had a DNA test and the results were extremely disappointing. There is nothing remarkable about my genetics at all. This came as a huge shock to me. I’m dealing with my own averageness and it’s been a very difficult journey but I’m not going to let my humdrum results stop me putting on a show. Thank you for your support in this painfully average time of my life.

DAISY EARL & SUKH OJLA

AUG 16-26 7.30pm Fireside – Club Arch

An hour of stand-up featuring the talents of multi award-winning comedian Daisy Earl and BBC Asian Network comedy star Sukh Ojla. Two rising stars joining forces to present a hilarious show covering everything from mental health to cockney pigeons, from moving back home to being too old for an arranged marriage.  A must see for anyone who feels they’ve not mastered how to be an adult human.

TOM STADE: I SWEAR TO…

AUG 1-26 (except 13) 9.15pm Gilded Balloon – Rose Theatre

After last year’s smash-hit tour, the comedy legend returns with a new show, picking up just where he left off. Welcome to ‘I Swear To’; as an hour just wasn’t long enough. Tom knows the times are a-changing and he wants time to know he won’t be changing with them. Join him as he navigates his way through FaceTime and feelings. Exactly when did he, and all his stuff become vintage and why didn’t he see it coming? Armed with his usual swagger and playful sense of mischief, Tom ponders these generational conundrums and more. As seen on Live at the Apollo – twice, bitches!

 RHOD GILBERT: WORK IN VERY VERY EARLY PROGRESS – SOLD OUT 
After almost six years away from live stand-up, I’m itching to get back on stage. The world has gone totally mad since I last toured in 2012, and my head is all over the shop.  It’s time to get back out there and sort it all out once and for all.  I haven’t gigged in so long, I’ll be rustier than a welsh barbeque.  Why not come along and see me scrabbling around onstage, trying to find my notes and looking like a total twat?

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