A selection of the very best shows from this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. With laugh-out-loud comedy and fantastic theatre, it’s a week of treats at Chickenshed.
Lenny Sherman: Have Fun
Sunday, October 6, 7.30pm
Fresh from his recent roles in Channel 4’s comedy Ministry of Justice, loveable Cockney geezer Lenny Sherman brings his barrel of laughs to Chickenshed.
Ivor Dembina: The Joy of Jokes
Monday, October 7, 7.30pm
Truthful stand-up, funny stories, good jokes and a few ad-libs, Jewish comedian Ivor Dembina presents a glorious mixture of comedy.
Paul McCaffrey: Lemon
Tuesday, October 8, 7.30pm
As seen on Impractical Jokers, Russell Howard’s Good News and Stand Up Central.
Dave Fulton: Adapt, Adopt, Adapt Again
Wednesday, October 9, 7.30pm
The messed-up journey to what Dave thought would be the least important thing in his life and how it became the most important thing ever.
William Hartley: Gun
Wednesday, October 9, 9pm
Gun is a one-man comedy western written and performed by a quarter of Fringe favourite Clever Peter.
Cally Beaton: Invisible
Friday, October 11, 7.30pm
Invisible is an unflinching, hilarious and unexpected insight into life at an age when the world ghosts you.
Friday, October 11, 9pm
Your daughter is missing. You are the only one who has not given up the search. SHINE is an immersive psychological thriller.
Rich Wilson: Death Becomes Him
Saturday, October 12, 7.30pm
Whilst in purgatory, Rich will dissect his earthly behaviour to find out if he deserves to go to Heaven or Hell.
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