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Mug and Kettle Comedy


Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Attic
AUG 3-27 at 22:45 (60 min)
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Australian comedian Daniel Muggleton returns to Edinburgh in 2017 with a brand new show 'Let's Never Hang Out'. He sold out his debut Edinburgh season of 'Not Trying to be a Dick' and is back with a brand new hour of uncompromising comedy and hilariously blunt storytelling.

Daniel had a big 2016, recording his debut comedy album 'Let Me Finish' at The Comedy Store, Sydney during an invitation only encore performance of his Sydney Comedy Festival show. He also opened for Neel Kolhatkar at a sold out Metro Theatre in Sydney. In 2017 he toured the USA, sold-out shows at Melbourne International Comedy Festival & Sydney Comedy Festival and hosting a comedy tour of Australian universities to over 1200 people.

Off-stage he's written for A Rational Fear (FBi) & SYD2030; he's appeared on The Feed (SBS2) & The Checkout (ABC) on Australian television, and was part of the supporting cast for the second season of award-winning web-series SYD2030.

His debut album 'Let Me Finish' was released worldwide May 19th by US giant Comedy Dynamics.

'Very, very funny' - Sydney Arts Guide
'An nonstop hour of laughs' - The Plus ones
'Comes off as arrogant even if it's unintentional' - Adelaide Advertiser
'Hipster misogyny' - some guy on Twitter.

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May 4, 2017 The Plus Ones
Let's Never Hang Out at Sydney Comedy Festival
The Sydney Comedy Festival is back, and with it a whole shedload of new talent, old favourites, and emerging stars. After touring Edinburgh Fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival, Daniel Muggleton returns with a brand-new show, Lets Never Hang Out.

Comedy festivals can be a blessing and a curse. The plus side being tonnes of new acts and incredible talent right on your doorstep. The down side trying to decide who to see. I previously picked the top ten acts worth seeing this year, and Muggleton was one of them. Law student turned comedian, with an array of comedy shows and festivals to his name, Muggleton sounds impressive.

Having never seen him live, my plus one and I headed over to The Factory in Marrickville to find out if he lived up to the hype. The matchbox theatre was full but the setting still felt intimate. Muggleton played on this by interacting with his audience picking particularly on the front row.

After seeing the show I can confidently say that I back my choice. Muggleton was fresh, self-aware, and obviously talented. His show was an hour nonstop of laughs, and he covered an incredible amount of material. His intelligence shines through the jokes and lifts them to an even higher level.

His topics broached everything from naming DJs to the politics of voting, rich kids in Sydney, and sex. Part well-rehearsed comedy gold and part off-the-cuff witty banter, Id been excited to see him and I found him even more likeable than Id expected. Click Here

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