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ED BYRNE- work in progress
Ed Byrne does a full hour of his Edinburgh festival show after his June date being in huge demand.
He says- I originally intended to call the show I’ll Millennial You in a Minute, but my promoter considered the title ‘off-puttingly baffling’. That’s my own chainsaw in the photo, by the way. ‘Comedy’s Holy Grail’ (Sunday Times). Most recently seen on Dara and Ed’s Road To Mandalay and various Mock The Weeks, Ed has become a household name from his multiple BBC TV appearances. TV career aside, his live work has built up legions of fans. Ed remains the observational stand-up to see and his live work is not to be missed!
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Jen
Following the success of last year’s show, ‘★★★★★ Hilarious…An excellent comedic
work’ (Edfest Mag) and ‘★★★★ Brilliant…Everyone leaves wishing they were her
friend’ (Arts Award Voice), Jenny is returning with a brand new hour of stand up comedy.
Amongst other things it covers experimenting with body hair, thinking about becoming a
vegetarian, reclaiming the word ‘spinster’ and STI themed cocktails. She’s Welsh, what do
you expect? Previous audience feedback includes “I was crying with laughter” and “Finally
someone else understands”.
Since last year Jenny has appeared on TV for the first time, headlining a stand up show in
Welsh. She has also appeared on BBC Radio Wales twice as a panellist on ‘The Leak’ and
she’s been supporting Dave Johns, star of ‘I, Daniel Blake’ on his UK tour this summer.
Jenny has written for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, The Now Show and Newsjack as
well as Huffington Post and Glamour Magazine. She appeared as a regular panellist on
the Jack Dee’s HelpDesk UK tour.