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ALL MY FRIENDS ARE DEAD

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Venue:Cabaret Voltaire, 36-38 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 247 4704
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
AUG 4-28 at 17:30 (60 min)
 
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Conor lost another friend last year, now he's on his own.

A regular on the UK and Ireland circuit, 2013 saw Irish comic Conor Drum perform on both RTÉ and the BBC's New Comedy Awards. In 2014 he went to New York as the star of Irish comedy Scratch, which was named one of the Top 12 Short Films of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

Last year, Conor successfully brought his show Adult to the Fringe and was invited to perform the show in Barcelona afterwards.

‘Delivers high quality material’ (Skinny)

‘Very shrewd observational humour’ (BroadwayBaby.com)

‘Brilliant’ (GetReading.co.uk).


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August 15, 2016  The Mumble
Review for Conor Drum: All My Friends Are Dead
Nestled in a pigeon hole which looks as if it’s Cab Vol’s flyer distribution office the rest of the year I find myself awaiting Conor Drums (@conordrum) one man show. The venue is packed to the rafters (Capacity: 25) and the audience are keen to discover whether this slice of Free Fringe will prove to be worth throwing money in the bucket or throwing another hour of your life away.

Dubliner Conor quickly settles into his obcom routine, a skilled raconteur he rarely stumbled on words and in such an intimate venue his story-telling style worked well with the proximity aiding eye-contact with the audience He’s a young 35 and this mirrors in the comedy staples that provide his material (is there anyone who doesn’t do a joke on dating websites?).

The title of his show refers to watching all his friends get married off and that he’s got hardly anyone left to go out on the sauce with to be his wingman with the ladies. Housemates,snoring (she sounded like Darth Vader swallowing an apple) testicles, cheese, heroine and Netflix get covered but it’s his story about the stag do in Prague that is the most skilfully written and performed and also gets the biggest laughs and, you suspect, is probably true. I wish I had got the contact details.

He’s no Fringe virgin having been coming since 2012 and was completely unawed by an intimidatingly small venue and yes- I did put my money in the bucket (pint glass actually).

Reviewer : Dave McMenemy

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