The Festival Town on the Edge of the Lake District
Another Fine Fest have announced a line-up of Edinburgh Fringe Preview shows this weekend in Ulverston. Check out the line-up below.
Saturday 17th June
12.00 – 13.00 – Adam Rowe – Unbearable
Does wanting to care, even if you don’t really, make you a good person? Adam Rowe thinks so, but then again he would; he’s Unbearable. He’s an arrogant, self indulgent, narcissist who will make absolutely anything about himself – AKA; a comedian.
13.30 – 14.30 – Juliette Burton – The Butterfly Effect
Having sold out the past two years at the Fringe and now returning from a successful run at the Adelaide Fringe fest, Juliette Burton brings her brand new show to AFF.
15.00 – 16.00 – Josh Pugh – A Boy Named Pugh
The debut show from English Comedian of the Year 2016, who “finds laughs in unusual places” (Chortle). Award-winning comedian Josh Pugh has taken his debut show to the Perth and Adelaide Fringes ahead of a full run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Catch him before he’s huge.
16.30 – 17.30 – Freddy Quinne – Entfremdung
Sold out at both Nottingham and Leicester comedy festivals! Award-winning stand up comedian Freddy Quinne has seen a meteoric rise into some of the biggest clubs in the country. His willingness to break away from his set and involve the crowd leads for an engaging and memorable set backed up with frantic energy and raw emotion.
18.00 – 19.00 – Tony Burgess – Chrimbo
“After another crazy family Christmas, Tony had to adopt his 11 year old nephew, without knowing much himself about real life.”
Tony Burgess gives us an exclusive glimpse of his debut solo stand up show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Sunday 18th June
12.00 – 13.00 – Tom Toal – Better Than Before (14+)
Fresh off supporting Rob Brydon on tour, Tom Toal heads to the museum with a brand new show. A show about following your dreams and the cost of them, and one terrifying phone call on February 3rd 2017.
13.30 – 14.30 – Chris Betts – Bewilderbeest (16+)
A show about how people are people no matter what they’re doing. Cops, monks, refugees, racists etc.
15.00 – 16.00 – Sam Gore – I See You (CANCELLED)
16.30 – 17.30 – Russell Hicks – The Brain Is In The Heart (18+)
Prolific and consistently delivering quality new work, audience members are often compelled to return for two nights in a row. Fast and loose, no two shows are ever the same….