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Venue:Cabaret Voltaire, 36-38 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 247 4704
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Main Room
AUG 1-25 at 16:45 (60 min)
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Multi award winning Collier is back with her brand new stand up show.
'Brilliant... Infectious to watch and a joy to behold ★★★★’ -
‘Filth!’ - Rhod Gilbert
‘Joyously liberating’ - The List
"Very funny" - Time Out
‘★★★★★ Hilarious…An excellent comedic work’ ‘Unlike any other comedian’ (Edfest Mag)
'★★★★ Brilliant...Everyone leaves wishing they were her friend' (Arts Award Voice),
"Dryly innocent" ★★★★★ -
''Surprising edge'' ★★★★ -
''A brilliant show'' ★★★★ -

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August 7, 2019  One4Review
Most of this show is your basic common-or-garden stand-up; nothing fancy, just solid material delivered by an experienced performer. Where Ms Collier lights up – and to which her audience respond with burgeoning enthusiasm – is in discussing, in blunt and uncompromising terms, sex, poo, and periods. Usually, though not always, as three separate topics. Ms Collier definitely has a penchant – and a talent – for talking about things in a manner both entirely relatable, and which makes you go, oh, squick. I palpably felt around half of the audience freeze during a particularly juicy anecdote about periods, and the other half laughed.

The show is a riff on some life-coach advice Jenny once read, which ties things nicely together and provides a vehicle for the funny. She demonstrates her crowd work credentials before the show-proper, and deals amusingly with the inevitable sound-bleed from the venue next door. There’s a good pace of laughter throughout, with a finale which leans on Jen’s talent for goading an audience with grossness.

Solid stand-up from a comedian with a wicked glint. Click Here

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