Richard Herring – Oh Frig I’m 50, 8:00pm – Victoria Theatre
“Podfather” (The Guardian) and star of Radio 4’s Relativity, Richard Herring gets to the half century (against all odds) and looks at how his life has changed in the last decade, from irresponsible, single kidult, literally fighting his way through a mid-life crisis, to married father who is mid-way to the telegram from the Queen (though given she will be 140 in 2067, she might forget to send it).
Following on from “Oh F***, I’m 40!”, this is the second (and let’s face it, almost certainly penultimate) instalment in Herring’s once-a-decade examination of ageing.
Book tickets for this event via the Victoria Theatre Box Office.
Swansong, 8:00pm – Square Chapel Arts Centre
The rain has finally stopped. 4 people survive. They are in a swan pedalo.
Following critically acclaimed runs at the Edinburgh Festival, DugOut Theatre bring their smash-hit show to Square Chapel to ask what we’d remember if we could start again.
Founded by a group of comedians, writers, musicians and actors, DugOut’s work is often funny, sometimes sad, usually hopeful and always musical. It warms your heart, moves your feet, treats your eyes, lightens your load, tickles your fancy and swells your heart.
Book tickets for this event via the Square Chapel Box Office.
Barbara Nice- ‘Raffle’, 8:00pm – Arden Road
Join the Edinburgh Fringe’s favourite housewife Barbara Nice for an evening of proper
good fun. Entrance price at Arden Road includes a complimentary raffle ticket!
Experience this critically acclaimed tip-top character comedy live – from `Phoenix Nights’ actress and comedian Janice Connolly. A playful life-affirming show for all the family including the chance to win a prize off Barbara’s table.
With her enviable track record of garnering five star reviews and sell-out shows, Barbara will put a smile on your face and a spring in your step with this new show about chance and luck.
Book tickets for this show via the Victoria Theatre Box Office.
Thermos Museum, 12:30pm, 3:00pm & 6:00pm – Piece Hall
Spend half an hour delving into the thrilling world of the thermos flask in this comedic but also enlightening tour. Visitors are escorted around the museum by the enigmatic and disgruntled tour guide, who may digress a little along the way.
Tickets for this show are free, but please book your interest via the Piece Hall website