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Lives in a Meaningless ShedPart of Harrogate Comedy Festival 2013
Running time: approx 1 hour (no interval)Edward
Aczel – "Britain’s greatest living anti-comedian" (The Guardian) is now talking
big about quitting showbiz (by mutual consent). Mr Aczel reluctantly presents a
stand-up comedy show about giving up (and doing something else).
Hardee Comic Originality Award Winner. As seen/heard (very briefly) on Radio
4’s Loose Ends, Channel 4 and Sky Arts. As seen (more regularly) in B&Q.
"Aczel turns unprofessionalism into an artform" ★★★★ Times“One of the most inventive and memorable comics working today” The Scotsman“Superbly bizarre Edward Aczel doesn't tell jokes, but makes us laugh more than most comedians do” ★★★★★ Time Out“This is pared-back comedy at its finest” ★★★★ Three Weeks“One of the most entertaining oddities in recent years” ★★★★ Metro“This
is a man driving with no road map and a steering wheel that’s come off
in his hands, a man who collects punchlines orphaned from their
set-ups…Inexplicably refreshing” ★★★★ ChortleEdward has filmed this very special trailer for his tour...Watch a clip of one of Edward's previous shows:Take a look at the full Harrogate Comedy Festival 2013 guide below:
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