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SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER

Anesti Danelis

Comedy

Venue:The Hanover Tap, 112 Hanover Street Edinburgh EH2 1DR
Phone: 0131 225 2022
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Wee Tap
AUG 2-18 at 12:00 (60 min)
 
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"Anesti Danelis delivers the funny with a hefty side of heart. Not only were his songs expertly composed, his lyrics were freaking hilarious." (MooneyOnTheatre.com)

Songs for a New World Order is an acoustic romp of witty and ridiculous, genre-hopping songs that skewer both the state of the world, and those freaking out about it. From the deep dark secrets we suppress (shhhhh) to the slow walekrs we can't pass (why can’t they just f*@#-ing move?) this musical comedy searches for the love in a loveless world, while offering a surreal take on the mundane struggles threatening our humanity.

This delightfully dark show makes it's Edinburgh debut after a successful premier at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival, 2018 Montreal Fringe Festival, and officially selected extended run at the acclaimed Second City Toronto's John Candy Box Series. *Official selections: Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival (2017, 2018), Montreal Sketch Comedy Festival (2017), Fresh Notes Fest (2018), Semi-Finalist Z103.5FM Fund Me Fest (2017).

"Danelis is goofily charming, and self-deprecatingly hilarious...If musical comedies are your thing Songs for a New World Order will surely delight you as it did me." (A-) MyEntertainmentWorld.com)


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July 14, 2017 My Entertainment World
Songs For a New World Order - Show Review
I loved Anesti Danelis’ solo show. Alone on stage with just his natural presence, a handful of funny stories, a guitar and a great voice, Danelis is goofily charming and self-deprecatingly hilarious as he works his way through a series of comedic songs that skewer both the state of the world and those who are freaking out about it (“Where Did the Love Go?” he asks in both the opener and closer, listing ways in which people acted totally normally towards their fellow man). If musical comedies are your thing, Songs for a New World Order will surely delight you as it did me. Click Here

July 6, 2017 Mooney On Theatre
Songs For a New World Order - Show Review
If you know a friend that loves Flight of the Concords and maybe has a smart sense of humour, tell them to check out “Songs For A New World Order” at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival. They will LOVE you for it. Click Here

July 6, 2017 Mooney On Theatre
Songs For a New World Order - Show Review
Anesti Danelis is just a boy with a guitar who wants to find the love that’s gone missing in this topsy-turvy world. In his show, “Songs For A New World Order” produced by his own company, Third Wheel; the audience is taken through a series of clever songs about everything from slow walkers on the TTC to accidentally kidnapping babies all tied up in an optimistic bow.

Much like the musician/comedian hybrids who have come before him (like Bo Burnham and Tim Minchin), Anesti Daniels delivers the funny with a hefty side of heart. Not only were his songs expertly composed, the lyrics we’re freaking hilarious. Let’s just say, if there were albums available, I would have definitely bought one.

Although the show had very minimal lighting and little to no props, we didn’t need anything more than Anesti and his guitar. His songs had that quality where you swear you’ve heard it before, yet it’s totally original. That’s how good he is…

As for content, he covered everything from wearing pyjamas at a funeral to role-playing in the bedroom using the Meisner Technique. My favorite song out of the bunch was the final song “We’re All Human”. It made me go “d’awww” inside while still being as clever and witty as the songs that preceded it.

This boy had enough light in his heart to fill the whole stage. If that sounded cheesy, it’s because I’m still running on the love fumes I picked up from his final song.

Songs For A New World Order isn’t trying to be some flashy show and that’s why it’s so great. It’s built on a solid foundation of great jokes and awesome writing so it’s really a no-fail. If you know a friend that loves Flight of the Concords and maybe has a smart sense of humour, tell them to check out “Songs For A New World Order” at the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival. They will LOVE you for it. Click Here

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