TOM TOAL: BETTER THAN BEFORE
Amused Moose Best Show Nominee. Fresh off supporting Rob Brydon on tour, Tom Toal returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with a brand new show. A show about following your dreams and the cost of them, and one terrifying phone call on February 3rd 2017.
“Unique brand of narrative comedy” Punchline
“Eruption of Laughter” Chortle
Finalist in English Comedian of the Year and Loaded Laftas.
As seen on Channel Four and heard on BBC Radio 2
GORDON SOUTHERN: THAT’S A FUN FACT
Already a hit in Australia, the fact bus is coming and Southern will be your driver with considerably more enthusiasm than expertise! Inspired by several seasons behind the scenes at Q.I., Southern has perfected this unique style of edutainment comedy. If you’re not laughing, you’re learning.
★★★★ ½ The Australian Times Feb 2017
★★★★ Adelaide Advertiser March 2017.
CAREY MARX: THE AFTERWIFE
Carey’s marriage has crumbled and he now finds himself single at the age of 51. He turns to his guitar, carrying it everywhere and writing songs about everything. But it’s not a midlife crisis or a strange depression according to one of his songs he wrote one night while sleeping with his guitar. Soon, his relationship with his guitar becomes as complicated as the one with his wife. The guitar wants a divorce. In this savagely introspective show, Carey tries to come to terms with failure, disappointment, enthusiasm and freedom. His cynicism becomes inextricable married to dark cold reality. But don’t fear, nothing is too dark, cold, or real for Carey.
Carey Marx is the writer and star of BBC Radio 4’s Intensive Carey, twice winner of Best International Show at the New Zealand Comedy Festival, and Leicester Comedy Festival Best Show nominee.
“Quite brutal, in a darkly comic Quentin Tarantino kind of way” Chortle
“Comedy of the most cerebral variety” Herald
“Essential Viewing” Fest
“Supremely-crafted comedy” List
“Awkward misﬁt Marx has a genius for the unexpected and hilarious left turns” Guardian
“Such a devilish grin, that you can only admire him for being such a magnificent bastard” The Scotsman