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What's On At The Canal Cafe
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Displaying events between July 1st and July 31st
Jess Robinson: The Rise Of Mighty Voice
Following last year's sold out five-star hit, Jess (star of Dead Ringers, Newzoids, Little Voice) is back with an all new show! Amazing mimicry, stunning singing, cheeky wit and a different show every night, thanks to the legendary Wheels of Sixty-Four Tunes. Showstopping musical mash-ups, incredible vocal gymnastics and irreverent celebrity impressions make the perfect feel-good show. With Kirsty Newton at the piano.
Wed 1st, Wed 8th, Wed 15th, Wed 22nd, Wed 29th
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Josh Widdicombe - Work In Progress
Join Josh Widdicombe as he tries out some new material before embarking on his brand new tour ‘What Do I Do Now…’
Thu 2nd
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NewsRevue
The world's longest running live comedy show! Topical satire told through sketches and songs, updated every week.
Thu 2nd, Fri 3rd, Sat 4th, Sun 5th, Thu 9th, Fri 10th, Sat 11th, Sun 12th, Thu 16th, Fri 17th, Sat 18th, Sun 19th, Thu 23rd, Fri 24th, Sat 25th, Sun 26th, Thu 30th, Fri 31st
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Titty Bar Ha Ha
The murderous hostesses, Hope and Gloria return for their third year of high end filth and games. The vibe is Calypso, the songs and games are new, kazoos are inevitable. ‘Probably the most fun I've ever had’ ★★★★★ (BroadwayBaby.com). ‘Think Chicago meets AbFab’ ★★★★★ (Rip It Up). ‘One part cabaret, one part comedy and a million parts fun’ ★★★★1/2 (Adelaide Advertiser). Twice nominated Best Comedy, Perth Fringe World. Come and play for yourselves!
Sat 11th
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Gay Furnish, Flirt Coach
Character comedy with Charlotte McDougall as Gay Furnish, flirt coach, sexpert and dating guru. Do you have zero charisma? Are you sweaty and awkward but yearn for intimacy? Are you introvert, extrovert or pervert? Don’t criticise yourself, spend time with yourself, play with yourself. I can change your life. No, seriously. I can”
Tue 14th
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Bristol Revunions: Cream
The multi award-winning Bristol Revunions are returning for their seventh year at the Fringe! With this brand new sketch show they're being even more 'bold, engaging and at times fantastically strange’ ★★★★ (EdFringeReview.com). Some people have already enjoyed a spoonful: 'Had the audience in fits of laughter' ★★★★ (IntermissionBristol.co.uk). 'I would see them again in a heartbeat' ★★★★ (Epigram). 'Bristol Revunions truly are a talented bunch' (ChaplinMoustacheComedy.co.uk).
Wed 15th, Thu 16th
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Shh! It's The Very Perry Show
Actor comedienne Kate Perry previews her solo character comedy show for Edinburgh Festival Fringe, featuring six costumes, two pairs of glasses, goggles and a rubber hat. Her monologues showcase the absurdity and pathos of life whether it’s an Amish woman with IKEA envy, a digital ‘digilante’ or a precocious 12-year-old who decides to save her amphetamine addicted mother by taking control of her medication. All are portrayed with chameleon-like skill comedic flair, dignity and charm. It’s going to be a Very Perry experience!
Thu 23rd, Fri 24th, Sat 25th, Sun 26th
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bright ideas
With the help of two opposing lawyers, God is deciding whether or not to send a flood and destroy humanity. One lawyer argues for humanity's extinction while the other pleads they should be given a second chance. When given the facts, whose side are you on? Following their ★★★★★ production of ENDGAME by Samuel Beckett, blind elephant presents a witty, powerful examination of the earth and the way we look at it.
Mon 27th
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Hurt and Anderson: Sketchbombs (Edinburgh Preview)
Hurt and Anderson preview an entirely new, hilarious show. These sketch bombs will turn you on with mix of “genuinely quick-witted” sketch comedy and “absolutely fabulous” musical comedy. From the satirical comedy to the surreal they can give it to you so why don’t you come along? “These girls could be the next Mitchell and Webb” - ThreeWeeks
Mon 27th
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When The Sh*t Hits The Fan
When The Sh*t Hits The Fan. Life doesn’t always turn out how you hope. Two divorces, a rare autoimmune disease and both becoming single mums wasn’t part of the life plan. In this hilarious look at their lives, finding the funny in the darkest of moments the sisters re- examine what makes them happy and relish laughing in the face of adversity.
Fri 31st
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Jess Robinson: The Rise Of Mighty Voice
Josh Widdicombe - Work In Progress
NewsRevue
Titty Bar Ha Ha
Gay Furnish, Flirt Coach
Bristol Revunions: Cream
Shh! It's The Very Perry Show
bright ideas
Hurt and Anderson: Sketchbombs (Edinburgh Preview)
When The Sh*t Hits The Fan
The Calendar
The NewsRevue
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