Adam Larter: Good Morning Croissant

Comedy (absurdist, visual art)

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  • Heroes @ The Hive - The Bunka
  • 19:20
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 18+ (Restriction)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Adam Larter
  • Warnings and additional info: Venue Age Restriction: Strictly 18+. Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue. Audience Participation
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Please help. I am trapped in a cardboard supermarket.

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Scott 58 days ago

Cardboard silliness that I found absurdly amusing. Reminded me of early Harry Hill, and Adam and Joe. Very enjoyable and surreal.

Isaac E 64 days ago

I would struggle to describe this show without using the word 'chelp'.

It was my favourite show of the fringe: such a pleasure of invention, smarts and silliness

I loved the surreal shop. It would make a fine tv show. Garlic tuxedo. thank you mr larter x

Tricia Howard 64 days ago

Now this is what I call a show!
We saw Adam doing 'Happy New Year' the last time we were at the festival many years ago, it was our favourite show. We were so excited when we realised we could see him perform again and once again this is the best show we've seen. You should definitely go see 'Good Morning Croissant' you'll have an excellent time.

Daniel Hope 68 days ago

Inspired cardboard brilliance. Loved this show. Relentless hilarity and invention. Highly recommended.

Jacki Cairns 69 days ago

On a rainy Sunday evening we ventured into the Hive with our soggy flyer in the hope that "Good Morning Croissant" was going to at least stop us getting drenched for an hour. I am back at home now after three days in Edinburgh and can safely say Adam Larter's show was testament to why flyers exist and how wonderful it is to randomly fall into something so completely bizarre, stupid, clever, silly and comical all at the same time. If you like sensible boring stuff this won't be for you. If you have an open mind and a warped sense of humour you will not be disappointed. Probably my highlight of Edinburgh if truth be told. Long live random flyer acceptance offers, especially when it's raining.

Pauline Eyre 72 days ago

fell upon this show by accident, when Desiree Burch sold out. One of those absolute gems that had me squealing with laughter for the whole hour.
This show absolutely encapsulates the spirit of the Fringe - and it's bloody brilliant.

Lydia 73 days ago

I left Good Morning Croissant unable to describe what I’d just seen but I had a big smile on my face. Silly, funny, incredibly well thought out and totally unique! 5*!

Stephen Frizzle 74 days ago

When I arrived at the supermarket, it was closed and there was some idiot talking to the audience. But eventually it did open (finally). Well stocked and good CCTV, and it had my favourite brand of Bin Juice. A thoroughly enjoyable hour of props, absurdity and songs. There's also a joke about items on sale which deserves to win Joke of the Fringe. Hopefully this shop won't be affected by the recession. Look, Adam, I did a topical joke in my review of your show.

Eleanor Ruth 75 days ago

I have seen this show several times already and will doubtless go to see it again and again. A hilarious and utterly joyous experience. Would HIGHLY recommend!!

Ellen Schaffert 75 days ago

This was the funniest and most creative show i’ve seen at the fringe so far. I was pissing myself the entire time- absurd and hilarious. I booked entirely on impulse and would recommend anyone do the same!

Katharine Hampton-Smith 79 days ago

I had no idea what I was getting into but this show fulfilled all of my wants and needs. Fucking hilarious and so creative. I was in stitches. Would highly recommend.


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One4Review (3/5 stars) 59 days ago

The most notable thing about this show is the wealth of visual aids and props Mr Larter has created for the show, some of them quite complex, even those only used for a small two-second throwaway line. The other noteworthy … Read More...

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