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ASHLEY HADEN: F*CK YOU, AND F*CK YOUR BELIEFS.

Comedy

Venue:Sofi's Southside (formerly Harry's), 42 - 44 Buccleuch Street Edinburgh EH8 9LP
Phone: 0131 662 0974
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
AUG 1-12, 14-25 at 20:45 (60 min)
 
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The Genocidal Liberal is back.

After the critical success of the "C*nting Trilogy". Ashley Haden returns to Edinburgh with his forth show. F*ck you, and F*ck your beliefs

Are we good people or just arseholes who are good at lying to ourselves?

Do we need morals in this world?

Ashley Haden once again looks to tackle our own privilege, in an hour of, at times, uncomfortable and at times, hilarious political comedy.

‘What you see is what you get with Ashley Haden’s notoriously dark humour...Makes your conscience feel guilty when you laugh’
– Broadway Baby

‘Jet-Black Humour’
– Chortle

‘Haden is like a drunk, tortured prophet of truth...liberatingly transgressive'
– Three Weeks

‘Think C*nt - Think Haden’
– Fringe Pig


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August 17, 2017  Three Weeks
We are STILL all C*nts Review
You might be a vegan, give lots to charity and think you’re a pretty good person as far as things go, but chances are you’re probably still a c*nt. Ashley Haden returns to the Fringe with his satirical political commentary on the shit unfolding around us. If you think the title of this show is offensive, then his jokes about rape, child refugees, paedophilia and suicide will probably emotionally scar you. Haden is like a drunk, tortured prophet of truth with his sharp, acute and, at times, strangely poetic musings on the state of the world and British politics. Deeply distasteful yet liberatingly transgressive, Haden delivers a set so dark you’ll need to bring a torch. Click Here

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