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BOB BLACKMAN'S TRAY?

Comedy

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 15 at 15:00 (60 min)
Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Lounge
AUG 15 at 19:15 (60 min)
Venue:The Newsroom, 5 - 11 Leith Street Edinburgh EH1 3AT
Phone: 0131 557 5830
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Downstairs Bar
AUG 14-19, 21-26 at 22:00 (60 min)
 
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The funniest men in Staffordshire encounter local characters old and new. Or do they? 'The funniest men in Staffordshire' (Stoke Sentinel).


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August 22, 2017  The Scotsman
The Funniest Men in Staffordshire have done it again. From the moment we get their opening number This is the Start of our Show, their entertainment extravaganza has it all. A slew of one liners from Balaclava Man, an extraordinarily accurate Johnny Sorrow Tribute Act, punchlines galore, The Comedian Who Couldn’t be Bothered To Write Any Material (I was wondering which of them that might be), an impassioned plea from Trevor Never for winter indoor crown green bowling facilities around Huddersfield and some great musical numbers, of which Don’t Let Them Dangle Near The Mangle was my firm favourite. Possibly the best joke of the entire Fringe is in this show but you need to hear it delivered by Balaclava Man. It is the way he tells them. Johnny Sorrow’s stand up sets need to be enjoyed by a much wider audience. I think anyone involved in comedy could learn much from them. And, generous a performer as ever, he pays tribute to the greats, especially comedy’s master craftsman Bernie Clifton. Johnny is struggling these days, in an industry that insists he needs jokes to be a comedian. See the show. Jokes would ruin his act. Click Here

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