Friday, 20 May 2011

Arguments and Nosebleeds

We're back! Jane Overton, Robin Cairns, Alex Frew and I are getting geared up for a second instalment of Arguments and Nosebleeds at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

Last year we had guest spots from Milton Balgoni and John Hegley. Who will be visiting us this year? 

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Arguments and Nosebleeds
SPOKEN WORD TRANSFUSED WITH COMEDY

WARNING:
Excessive side-splitting may lead to blood loss.

A craic squad of performance poets tackles life’s major issues (scary schoolteachers, body hair, mountaineering grannies, missing teapots etc.), pausing only for laughter and medical emergencies.


Battered and bruised from last year's success, the tag-team returns for a second bout of verbal footwork and punching both sides of the belt, offering an invigorating afternoon of spoken word transfused with comedy. They expect to haemorrhage humour of all descriptions, from the sanguine and the phlegmatic to occasional melancholy and bile.

You have been warned.

Dates: 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 August 2011
Time: 14.15
Venue: Laughing Horse @ Espionage (Kasbar Room), 4 India Buildings, Victoria Street, Edinburgh EH1 2EX
[Venue 185]

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