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Venue:The Newsroom, 5 - 11 Leith Street Edinburgh EH1 3AT
Phone: 0131 557 5830
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Downstairs Bar
AUG 1-11, 13-16, 19-25 at 12:00 (60 min)
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Robbie McShane for the first time in his life, at 25, has a girlfriend. He has also obtained 3 platonic pals in the process. So he now feels he is in an apt position to disseminate the knowledge among the public. I've asked him for a description of the show to sell you all on it, here's what he has sent on over:

"How would you like to have it ALL? Like me! Come on down to this brief motivational talk on how to both obtain a relationship and sustain friendships. No lifejacket required for either of these ships! Haha, there will be more cool jokes like that throughout. For free! I might bring tea too if you all want that, maybe that'd be nice. Or booze maybe if you want that instead, I don't mind really. See you there, wanting public!"

So there it is! It's bound to be a fantastic time for anybody who wants to talk about the nature of friendships and the acquisition of relationships. Come on down if you want to learn the tips and tricks!

This is Robbie's third year at the Fringe. In 2017 he opened for Kevin McPadden during his show 'Almost Famous', and performed his own half hour show 'Manufactured Cool'. He returned the following year to perform his second show ‘One of Us Is a Robot’ with Mary Flanigan.

Pavilion Comedy Club’s ‘Best Newcomer’ - 2017.

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