Edinburgh Fringe preview shows at Seven Miles Out


In addition to Lost Voice Guy’s preview of ‘Laughter is the worst medicine’, we’re also very pleased to announce two further shows that we’ll be putting on at Seven Miles Out in Stockport Old Town.

IMG_8089On Sunday 29th of June we’ll be hosting a preview of Chris Turner’s ‘Pretty Fly’:

Archaeologist digs hip hop. After four sell-out runs with Fringe favourites Racing Minds (Aaaand Now For Something Completely Improvised), 1 million+ views on YouTube and sold out tours to Australia and India, BBC New Comedy Award finalist Chris presents his debut solo show. Sniggers with attitude, straight outta Oxon (BA Hons 2:1, Archaeology and Anthropology). ‘Beautifully crafted one-liners, witty wordplay’ (BBC.co.uk). ‘Such an exemplary writer of quotable gags’ (Chortle.co.uk). ‘The king of funny one-liners’ (TimeOutMumbai.net). ‘A master of puns… brimming full of energy, improvised humour and finely tuned routines…quick witted, without cynicism, and hilarious’ **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

We’re delighted to welcome Chris back to Stockport after he appeared at one of ‘A Laugh In Stockport’s’ new act nights early in his comedy career. He’s since gone on to much greater things, including an appearance in the final of the BBC New Comedy Awards.

Then on Sunday 27th of July Danny McLoughlin (main picture), as seen on Channel 4 and Dave’s ‘One Night Stand’, will be bringing his show ‘Danny McLoughlin feels alright’:

Danny Mcloughlin feels alright. He feels more alright about some things than others but it’s normally the case that other people tend to feel more alright than he does. Join Danny for an hour of stand-up, where he’ll show that he feels alright and that it’s alright to feel alright. Throughout his 30 years on earth Danny has been striving to feel good about his life and the things in and around it, but has he ever come up short? If so, does he know why? But if he has… he feels alright about it.

Tickets for all shows, priced £6, are now on sale via We Got Tickets:

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