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NOT QUITE MASS

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Comedy

Venue:Finnegan's Wake, 9b Victoria Street Edinburgh EH1 2HE
Phone: 0131 225 9348
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Back Room
AUG 1-25 at 15:45 (60 min)
 
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Save your soul with Laughter!

Welcome to the cult of happiness.
A church of the Craic.
See excellent Irish comedians performing short sets.
Handpicked by Reverend Steve Bennett.
(Irish Comedian of the Year Winner)


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August 23, 2019  Deadline News
STEVE BENNETT is the hilarious Irish comedian who is presenting and hosting the show – Not Quite Mass. He shares the spotlight with a line-up of other Irish comedians who all take 5 to 10 minutes to entertain the audience with their top-class comedy.

On Monday (20 Aug) Steve was joined by Rory O’Hanlon, Aidan Greene, Gearóid Farrelly and Edwin Sammon, all of whom brought their own unique jokes and sense of humour.

Apart from Edwin Sammon, the other comedians all have their own shows at this years Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Not Quite Mass begins with Steve Bennett welcoming the audience looking like a very ginger and very Irish priest.

His quick wit is exceptional and engaging. He creates off the cuff humour from the audience almost as if it was scripted.

He displays his musical talents, playing a song that he created about the struggles of life, continuously stopping to add a little bit extra to the already hilarious lyrics.

His quick wit and auction-caller voice rolled off his broad Irish accent – which often alone would leave some of the audience members in stitches.

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