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PAUL MCCAFFREY: SUBURBAN LEGEND

Comedy

Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Ballroom
AUG 3-27 at 17:30 (60 min)
 
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Star of BBC3s Impractical Jokers, As seen on Russell Howards Good News (BBC3) and Stand up Central (Comedy Central) A brand new stand up show from one of the best stand ups currently working in the UK. In the last year Paul McCaffrey has performed to thousands of people throughout the UK supporting Sean Lock on his 'Keep it Light' tour and thousands more Supporting Rob Beckett on his national tour. He has also written on numerous television shows including 'Play to the whistle' ITV1 and 'Unspun' Dave. He has co hosted 'The warm up show' on Talksport and 'Rock and Roll football with Rob Beckett' on Absolute Radio. McCaffrey is a regular Headliner at every major comedy club in the UK including The Glee, The Comedy Store, Komedia, The Stand and Played to packed houses every night at the City Cafe at last years Edinburgh Festival.

"McCaffrey simply has funny bones" Shortlist

"A total natural, his storytelling is utterly unique and never anything less than gut-wrenchingly hilarious" GQ

"He has charm, charisma and success written all over him" Evening Standard

"The relaxed, assured confidence of a stadium filler. His comedy is natural, free-flowing and accessible. There are no gags, no puns, no clunky links, every story, every deviation feels honest, unexaggerated and heartfelt. A brilliantly entertaining hour, beautifully delivered" Chortle


News and Reviews for this Show

August 13, 2017  Three Weeks
Paul McCaffrey was asked by the Welsh Big Issue to write a letter to his 15 year old self, telling him not to worry and that everything works out okay. This has caused him to reflect on how his life is going and how, now in his forties, he can’t be bothered with the things he used to enjoy when he was younger: big nights out replaced by evening trips to the local supermarket. Looking at McCaffrey’s recent experiences, including a car boot sale, a boat show and some fitness classes, this is a solid hour of stand-up about getting older from a confident performer, but it doesn’t offer anything that hasn’t been covered before. Click Here

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