The Award-winning anti-comedy legend tries to rationalise the world around us. By combining the big (i.e. the advent of unisex toilets) and the small (the inevitable apocalypse) – as a group we can then work out where we all go afterwards?
Ed promises to come up with a big idea to hang the whole thing on – but probably it’ll be based on a loose set of unconnected themes with no real purpose. There’ll be a demonstration of Ed’s acting skills, the odd political impression and the apocalypse included as part of the standard package.
‘Britain’s Greatest Entertainer” – The Guardian
**** ‘A master of his genre’ (Kate Copstick, The Scotsman).
**** ‘Deliberate and expertly done’ (Claire Smith, The Scotsman)
This show is free to attend but please book to help us manage demand. A bucket collection will be taken at the end of the show with all proceeds going to the performer.
Please note, the show will start at the time listed and will last around 50 minutes. Latecomers may not be admitted.
Saturday 23 April
Free with donation