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Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Attic
AUG 3-13, 15-27 at 14:20 (60 min)
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Guitar-slinging comedian Andy Stedman is a new dad to young Freddie Elvis Stedman and is taking the responsibility very seriously indeed (if you can call writing a set of songs giving life advice to his son 'serious'). Covering a variety of areas including romance, school, careers, friendships, music, competitiveness and sport, audience members may even learn something themselves - but probably not.

Expect jokes, audience chat and life-changing lyrics...

"Stedman displays real talent in playing to his audience, creating and maintaining a friendly rapport which gives the show much of its charm. The songs are genuinely funny." - Broadway Baby

"Respect to Stedman for coming up with a funny song about celebrity deaths which was bang on trend." Bruce Dessau

"I don't want to overuse the word 'great, but Andy was a great compere. He connected well with the audience and wrote two love songs for a couple there who had been dating for one week. Very, very funny comic." - Martin Mullaney, Comedy CV & Cheeky Monkey Comedy Club

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