At the Winding Wheel Theatre
Starts 7.30pm, last entry 7pm.
Attributed to Mark Twain, humour is defined as Tragedy Plus Time. Come and join Ed as he tests that formula by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.
★★★★★ “Hilarious, extremely dark, profoundly touching and resolutely unsentimental. Ed Byrne has plumbed the very depths of his soul and found something verging on greatness" ROLLING STONE (2023)
★★★★★ “This is no misery memoir, Byrne is too talented a comic for that” THE ARTS DESK
★★★★★ “Poignant, touching, spiky and laugh-out-loud funny… beautifully written and flawlessly performed ” EDINBURGH REVIEWS (2023)
★★★★★ “he has delivered a fantastically funny and moving monologue where there is no doubt that we are seeing the authentic Ed….Byrne has hit new heights” LONDON EVENING STANDARD (2023)
★★★★★"A full range of human emotions, from rage to dark humour to poignancy and back again, is felt during this magnificent comedy hour" LONDON THEATRE 1 (2023)
★★★★★"Side-splitting... Byrne is comedy gold" THEATRE & ARTS REVIEWS
★★★★★"A fierce tribute... tremendously funny, thoughtful and fond " FEST MAG
Content warning: Discussions of death
Approx running time:110min incl. interval
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