Run, Deaf Boy, Run! (3 stars)

Engaging, heart-warming tale told with skill from deaf comedian Steve Day

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This article is from 2011.

Run, Deaf Boy, Run!

Finding himself in his late 40s, deaf comedian Steve Day was feeling like he was falling apart at the seams, so he responded by deciding to run the London Marathon. Despite the fact that the only thing that defined him as a runner was that he owned a pair of trainers. An engaging, heart-warming tale told with skill.

The Stand II, 558 7272, until 28 Aug (not 15), 1.10pm, £8 (£7).

This article is from 2011.

Run, Deaf Boy, Run!

  • 3 stars

Run, Deaf Boy, Run sees deaf comedian Steve Day return to the Fringe for the first time since 2008. A heart-warming and at times moving account of his attempt to run the 2011 Virgin London Marathon, Radio 4's Steve Day presents Run, Deaf Boy, Run daily throughout the festival at The Stand Two at 1.10pm. The UK comedy…

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