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Venue:The City Café, 19 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 220 0125
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: City Two - Basement Bar
AUG 4-28 at 21:15 (60 min)
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Mae Martin (BBC Radio 4, Live from the BBC, Russell Howard's Good News) improvises a brand new hour every night as she develops her new show. A chaotic blend of stand up, songs, special guests, and audience interaction.

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August 21, 2016  To Do List
Review for MAE MARTIN: Work in Progress
Improvised material from an inherently funny stand up.

This show is a work in progress and it’s in the early stage, so it’s a touch hard to review – there’s very much the sense that what you see in the finished article will not be the same. But… our version was a very good one and we have every reason to believe that yours will be too. It is essentially one-woman improvisation, but Martin has put a structure into place that seems to work. The show essentially revolves around audience questions that may or may not spark memories and generate jokes or comic tales. In the most part, they do – and Martin also has a couple of genre tricks up her sleeve that are likely to result in laughter whether they fail or succeed. This is quick witted comedy – Martin is smart and likeable, and funniness seems an innate part of her personality. LE
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