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Venue:Sofi's Southside (formerly Harry's), 42 - 44 Buccleuch Street Edinburgh EH8 9LP
Phone: 0131 662 0974
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
AUG 21-25 at 13:15 (60 min)
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Lily Hyde and Alissa Anne Jeun Yi: Gentlemen, Please!

Soho Theatre Young Company alumni and (future) BAFTA winners Alissa and Lily present a brand-new split bill of foul-mouthed smut and highbrow satire. Suitors heavily discouraged.

Lily and Alissa met on the Soho Theatre Stand-Up Lab in 2018 and quickly bonded over their love of expensive candles and the fact that they were both complex, three-dimensional women. Lily was blinded by Alissa’s silky Asian garms and exquisite taste in eyewear, and Alissa still remains strangely aroused by Lily’s extensive knowledge of 17th-century French history. After a whirlwind friendship and poor financial advice, they’ve found themselves in Edinburgh with a show.

Praise for Love Songs (Edinburgh 2018, Soho Theatre):

“Intelligently comic” The List

“Sharp observations inspire genuine laughs...a reminder that millenials can really nail our own self-ridicule” The Guardian

“Evocative storytelling...complemented by a natural flair for comic timing” Three Weeks

Nominated for the BroadwayWorld Comedy Award 2018, the Asian Arts Comedy Award 2018 and longlisted for the Tony Craze Award (Soho Theatre)

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