1 - 25 August


12:55 pm


Underbelly Cowgate


Age 16+ (Guideline)

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Michael Kunze: Infinity Mirror

Michael Kunze is actor Mitch Coony in this Hollywood odyssey, where you're only ever one hit away from a Tom Hanks sex party. A character comedy featuring sketches, songs and top-notch nonsense.

Michael is an OffComm winning comic performer. His show Lil Saffron: Ragu to Riches received five-star reviews at 2022 Edinburgh Fringe and transferred to Pleasance and Soho Theatre. This is his solo debut.

★★★★★ 'A near-perfect hour of unbridled fun' (Ed Fringe Review)
★★★★ 'Go Feed yourself at this banquet of bonkers' (Musical Theatre Review)
★★★★ (Everything Theatre)
★★★★ (Phoenix Remix)
'Comedy master' (ReviewsHub)
‘Great sketch comedian’ (Three Weeks)

2023 Leicester Comedy Festival Best Improv / Musical - Crime Scene Improvisation
2021 OffComm Award - Exile

Directed by Lee Griffiths, Fringe First Winner (Lorenzo) and Edinburgh Newcomer Nominee (Late Night Gimp Fight).

Presented By

Michael Kunze


60 minutes


Audience participation, Strong language/swearing


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Musical Comedy. Character Comedy

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'A near-perfect hour of unbridled fun'

Ed Fringe Review


'Go Feed yourself at this banquet of bonkers'

Musical Theatre Review


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