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Venue:The Free Sisters, 139 Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1JS
Phone: 0131 622 6802
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Wee Room
AUG 12-26 at 16:00 (60 min)
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How did Kim Jong Un get Trump to change a lightbulb?
…who cares!! Just grab a pint instead.

Josh Baulf is a southern lad, struggling with his rampant metro-sexuality. Louise Atkinson is a gravy stained, northern lass, coming to terms with the price of a pint in London. It is through these differences that the show finds its voice.

Both comedians tackle the nuances of everyday life, allowing the audience to immerse and enjoy themselves in each acts unique perspective. Mostly focussing on class division, gender stereotypes and social expectations, you could argue it is incredibly timely, but, they ain't poncey, so it’s a beer and a bit of a giggle.

Act Description:

Josh Baulf

'Geezer' 'Lad' 'One of the boys' are all terms Josh aspires to, but somehow falls short. Constantly toying between a trip to the pub or a lavender bath bomb, his metrosexual anecdotes are warm and imaginative.

Having recently won King Gong at the London Comedy store and making it through to the final of the Amused Moose National New Comic Award (2018), Josh has been described as 'one to watch' and 'one of the best new acts we've had on' by No Filter, and is an exciting burst of energy on the comedy scene at the moment.

Louise Atkinson

Two things happened for Hull in 2017, it became the City of Culture and its very own Louise Atkinson started comedy. One was a success.

Very much the Victoria Wood of the Tinder generation, Louise has quickly established herself as a must-see act on the London circuit. Each anecdote as crowd pleasing as the last. Coming from sharing the stage with Stephen Bailey and Yuriko Kotani, and being a finalist in the Amused Moose National New comic Award (2018), she's an exciting new act.

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