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ROBYN'S BAD DECISION TIME

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Venue:Finnegan's Wake, 9b Victoria Street Edinburgh EH1 2HE
Phone: 0131 225 9348
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Ticket Prices: Free (OPTION to reserve seat)  
Room: The Back Room
AUG 3-14, 16-27 at 14:45 (45 min)
 
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Everyone has a crazy family. Some are bad at relationships. But few justify their emotional decisions with stats and scientific research.
Join robyn on this [informative] journey of unbelievable, yet relatable, stories, seeing first hand what happens when you don't think before you act.

***** 'exceptionally charismatic' (Voice Magazine)
**** ‘Sharp, insightful, touching... and above all, really, really funny’ (Three Weeks)
‘Witty and sharp’ (Chortle)
English Comedian of the Year Finalist [technically American]

Resident MC of Angel Comedy, Laugh Train Home and Laughing Horse
AAA Stand-Up Late, Pleasance, Edinburgh 2015
Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2014 FINALIST, Funny Women 2014 FINALIST, You Must Be Joking 2014 FINALIST, Comedy Knights 2015 FINALIST


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August 14, 2017  Voice
There's always a danger with comedy that tries to mix another not-so-related form into it. Some comedians attempt to dress down the audience with a serious address of the facts, which can either enthuse or diffuse the comedy. Similarly, there's a delicate balance between facts and explanation against comedy that means just a little too much explanation can bore an audience. We're fans of Baba Brinkman for this precise skill.
Unsurprisingly, Perkins has the knowledge of stage presence to pull this off, too, enabling her set to be well-informed and getting this across to the audience. In so doing she managed to keep the audience's attention through hard science in a sweltering room – no mean feat.
You could hear Perkins talk about her past all day – there is no end of audacity, shock and perceived growth. Though not all jokes landed, you could see what needed to be done so that each one would.
She has enough ammunition just from her life experiences to carry a solid hour of comedy without needing to resort to the comedy trifecta – gender politics, racial politics, or actual Politics. A golden performer whose charisma alone on stage is refreshing. Click Here

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