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101 COMEDY CLUB

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Venue:The Hanover Tap, 112 Hanover Street Edinburgh EH2 1DR
Phone: 0131 225 2022
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Wee Tap
AUG 1-25 at 14:30 (60 min)
AUG 1-25 at 19:30 (60 min)
 
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'Funny. Fast. Free' **** (ThreeWeeks). Each show sees four experienced acts performing. All our comedians have been hand-picked from an ethical fair trade farm where they've been grown in only the finest organic dog poo. All our fart jokes are sustainable due to our unique carbon off-set scheme. Each time one of us blows off, a tree is planted in Dagenham, Essex. 'Original, likeable, great timing and hilarious delivery' (Dan Kington, Danny's Comedy Club).

Tokens to gain entry to this show available at the bar. We recommend arriving 30 mins before the show start time to avoid disappointment


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August 9, 2019  Deadline News
Picture BBC’s “Live at the Apollo” – the comedians coming on one by one to do short stand-ups in front of a live audience. 101 Comedy Club is exactly like that, but without any flashy entrances.

In the little venue of the Hanover Tap, comedians from across the Fringe Festival each do stand-up pieces to try and convince the audience to come to their individual shows. It’s very much a “try-before-you-buy” sort of show. First up was John Pendel, Nicole Harris, Paul Jennings and Mat Wills.

Wills opened the show by playing with the audience a little, poking fun at the people in the front row and laughing at his own jokes along with everyone else. He then invited the acts on the stage, one by one, to do their pieces and make everyone laugh, which they did.

For anybody thinking about seeing a comedy show, but isn’t sure about which one to choose, going to the 101 Comedy Club might be the best idea. It’s completely free, audiences can get a feel for comedians and their performances and it’s a good laugh... Click Here

August 7, 2012  ThreeWeeks
'Funny. Fast. Free' ★★★★ Click Here

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