Edinburgh Previews – Brennan Reece, Amy Gledhill, Phil Ellis

Edinburgh Previews – Brennan Reece, Amy Gledhill, Phil Ellis

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On Friday 8th July the Frazer Theatre Comedy Club kicks of a season of Edinburgh Festival preview shows with a bumper evening of three full work-in-progress shows from Brennan Reece, Amy Gledhill and Phil Ellis for a single ticket price of just £10.

Please note that this show starts at 7.30pm to accommodate the three performances. Doors will open at 7pm.

Phil Ellis: Hedgehog
After the huge success of his last ever sell-out show, Edinburgh award-winning comedian Phil Ellis is back with his latest final stand-up show ever. Edinburgh panel prize winner, 2014. Star of BBC Radio 4′s Phil Ellis is Trying.

As seen on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, The Russell Howard Hour, Channel 4, BBC Three, BBC Two and Dave.

**** ‘Nothing is ever what it seems in a Phil Ellis show… there are surprises and treats lurking in every nook and cranny’ – The List
***** ‘Ellis, as a character is both completely likeable and absolutely appalling’ – The Scotsman
**** The Guardian
**** The Times

Amy Gledhill: The Girl Before The Girl You Marry
Intranet sensation Amy Gledhill (1/3 of cult double act The Delightful Sausage) makes her Fringe debut with a show about resilience and dancing…two of the best things.

As seen on: Hypothetical (Dave), The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Alma’s Not Normal (BBC Two), Late Night Mash (Dave), The Emily Atack Show (ITV2), Richard Ayoade’s Question Team (Dave) and Harry Hill’s Clubnite (Channel 4).

‘Gledhill is a name to watch’ (Evening Standard)
**** The Guardian
**** The Times
**** The Scotsman
**** Chortle

Brennan Reece: Crowded
Now he’s finally allowed to reconnect with human people again, Brennan has forgotten how to do it and needs your help.

You’d think he’d be amazing with crowds after being on: Live At The Apollo, Roast Battle, Celebrity Coach Trip and Joe Lycett’s tour. But after everything that’s happened, the world just seems a bit much.

Oh…it’s not a lockdown show by the way. It sounds really “lockdowny” doesn’t it? But it’s not. Promise. It’s a show about you, me and all of the other ones.

Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee
***** ‘Powerfully entertaining.’ – Chortle
**** ‘Beautifully crafted.’ The Scotsman

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