Two Edinburgh previews from two award-winning comics:
ELEANOR TIERNAN: AWAY WITH THE FAIRIES
Glorious mistakes. Glaring errors. Gallant tales of mischief and misconduct. A bonkers hour of stand-up, story and song from Fest's idiot savant.
'Funny, fanciful and fearless' (Graham Norton).
'Amiably acerbic' (Stewart Lee).
'Cliché-free and completely unconventional' (Herald).
'Runs the gamut from stupidity to sharp, humane to topsy-turvy hilarious… brilliantly original, logic-askew epiphanies' (Fest).
NICK ELLERAY: PASSIONATE ABOUT COMPROMISE
Show content warning: I may talk about that time I kicked a seagull in the head in Eastbourne. It wasn't planned, I just lashed out. Sometimes things come at you too fast. The seagull was fine, it had my chips. It knew what it was getting into: you come at the king, you best not miss.
'Brilliantly penned gags' **** (List).
'A fantastic Fringe experience' **** (ShortCom.co.uk).