Alex Hylton: Get Rich or Die Cryin'

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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Description

A debut hour of material from one of the fastest-rising acts in the UK. Not sure whether he's destined or just desperate for the big time, Alex Hylton tries his absolute hardest with this ambitious new show to make a million quid and all his problems go away. Leicester Comedy Festival Liberty Award winner 2017. 'An undoubted talent' (Chortle.co.uk).

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David Francis 85 days ago

Went to a few comedy shows this year and Alex was by far my favourite. Very funny and lots of fun!

Callum Brown 94 days ago

Dear Carol,

Just out from seeing your son's show, it was great and he is looking very well. Very excited to try "it's too easy".

Martin Thorley 97 days ago

First time at Edinburgh Fringe and Alex did not disappoint. He worked hard and was very funny. Well worth seeing him and supporting this well deserving young man. “It’s too easy!”

Carl 99 days ago

I spent the weekend in Edinburgh seeing lots of comedy shows and this was definitely my favourite. Hugely funny and entertaining, Alex is extremely likeable and very very funny. Go and see this show, everyone came out with a big smile on their face. A very uplifting and “feel good” show.


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ThreeWeeks (4/5 stars) 90 days ago

Alex Hylton is acutely aware of his privilege. In this show, he’s out to explore it from various angles and, in some ways, to defeat it, or at least to mock it for (preferably lucrative) comedic purposes. The programme blurb says he’s ‘giving it everything’ and that’s absolutely evident in...

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