A Betrayal of Penguins - Harmed and Dangerous
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Comedy's three sweatiest men return with the most white-knuckle, frenetic hour at the Fringe this year, as they (consensually) take you places you've never been before. Following on from three hugely successful runs in a row, Irish comedy's brightest stars return to Edinburgh for just 12 performances of their brand new, hilarious sketch show. Book early to avoid disappointment! 'The Perfect Sketch Show' ★★★★★ (ThreeWeeks). 'Unmissable' ★★★★ (List). 'Quite simply irresistably funny' ★★★★ (EdinburghGuide.com). Ages 12+.
A Betrayal of Penguins.
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Edinburgh Fringe 2012 comedy for a fiver18 Jul 2012
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Believe it or not, comedy at the Fringe doesn't need to be expensive. Here are some shows doing discounted previews around the £5 sweet-spot for those of us organised enough to get along early.
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