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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Murray Hill: About to Break @ Gilded Balloon

This long-running New York drag king's brand of humour might have worked better with a larger audience and fewer technical/venue issues. As it is, it feels uncomfortable and lacking in truly great material.

Drag king Murray Hill

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Gráinne Maguire: I Forgive You; Please Like Me @ Gilded Balloon

The Irish comedienne returns to the Fringe with another blisteringly funny and self-deprecating show. Her particular brand of humour is commendably unafraid to touch upon certain Elephant in the Room aspects of both her own country and Britain.

Gráinne Maguire

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Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Scientology: The Musical @ Gilded Balloon

Adelaide-based musical comedy troupe visits Edinburgh's Fringe Festival with this enjoyable, if occasionally messy, jab at L. Ron Hubbard's strange scam cult. Expect songs, hilarious banter and even some cheap faux-magic tricks. See them before they get sued.

Edinburgh Fringe 2018: Scientology: The Musical


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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: George Egg @ Gilded Balloon Teviot

George Egg ensures that you'll never look at Deliveroo cyclists the same way again courtesy of this tasty show.

George Egg with whisk

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Gráinne Maguire @ Gilded Balloon Teviot

Unashamedly political Irish comedienne looks at the politics and stereotypes associated with her nationality.

Irish comedienne Gráinne Maguire

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Kaitlyn Rogers @ Gilded Balloon Teviot

This larger-than-life personality is an engaging stage presence, but falls prey to a one-trick-pony act and first-night nerves.

Kaitlyn Rogers @ Fringe 2017


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