Date

17 - 26 August

Time

4:00 pm

Venue

Underbelly George Square

suitability

Age 14+ (Guideline)

Tickets from

£17.50

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Danny Bhoy: Dear World...

'internationally-renowned and critically-acclaimed Scottish comedian returns to the fringe!'

This is the sequel to my 2014 show ‘Dear Epson... ’ My favourite ever show. It’s a hybrid of stand up and theatre, but really that just means I get to sit down for bits of it. I’ll be performing it in a giant upside-down purple cow, so that’s one immediate difference. It’s a late entry to this year’s Fringe, hence the lack of advertising and awkward start time. But, putting all that to one side, it should be good.

‘Unsurpassed storytelling’ - (The Age)

'One of the most sparkling wits in the world' - (The Montreal Gazette)

Presented By

Phil McIntyre Entertainments Ltd.

Duration

65 minutes

Price

Tickets from

£17.50

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‘Unsurpassed storytelling’

The Age

'One of the most sparkling wits in the world'

The Montreal Gazette

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