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Not My Audience!

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Not My Audience!

The Free Sisters

139 Cowgate
Maggie's Chamber: AUG 7-29 at 15:00 (60 min) - Pay What You Want Tickets - Book tickets for £5

Not My Audience!

The hit stand-up panel show where the audience can join in the fun without being picked on! Three top stand-ups answer the daft questions the you've picked, and respond by using the anonymous survey to impress the audience in our fiendish stand-up challenges.

You log into our exclusive app before the show starts, and we find out what kind of people our audience are by asking questions like "would you prefer Ariana Grande or a Venti Macchiato" and "what do you think lips should taste of?".

Then, once the comedians have got the measure you, they battle to impress you by thinking on their feet, and answering our daft questions in a way that they think will make you like them more than the others. And they have no excuse not to be funny - you came up with the ideas, and you told them what kind of show you want!

After enjoying packed rooms in 2018 and 2019 - we're back for another year, with more top TV names, a brand-spanking new app, and even dafter questions for our comedians to answer.

Previous contestants include Phil Wang (Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News for You), Daliso Chaponda (Britains Got Talent), Dulcé Sloan (The Daily Show), Carl Donnelly (Mock the Week), Loyiso Gola (Emmy-nominated star) John Robertson (The Dark Room), Steve N Allen (The Mash Report), Leo Kearse, Steve Hoffstetter, Anuvab Pal (BBC), Stuart Goldsmith (Conan), Andy Zaltzman (BBC, The Bugle), Ismo Leikola (The Daily Show), Stephanie Laing, Alex Kealy, Adam Knox, Luka Muller, Justin Matson, and many more!

Pay What You Want: This Year our shows In venues are ticketed, so you should book a ticket to guarantee entry - this is because of restricted capacities, COVID restrictions and so we can keep you as safe as possible. Pay What You Want means you donate to a show in advanced for this ticket and you know you can Get in. You can still turn up at the venue For free, and donate at the end of the show - but we are reccomending getting tickets this year to make sure you can get in.