Ali Brice: I Tried To Be Funny, But You Weren't Looking

Comedy (stand-up, storytelling)

Venue Age Restriction: Strictly 18+
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Description

Ali Brice is embracing life after almost losing it. Three years on, he's back on his feet and trying again. Through therapy, friends and... sausages, he's living in the moment and celebrating the little things life has to offer. A sincere, heartfelt and happy show, expect silly stories, big questions and jokes aplenty from a ridiculous man with a stupid moustache. 'World's most naturally funny person' (Joz Norris). 'A hidden gem' (Skinny). 'Side-splittingly comical' (TheUpcoming.co.uk). 'Joyously bonkers' (Chortle.co.uk). As seen/heard on BBC and Channel 4. Directed by Jonny Freeman.

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Dave B 3 days ago

When my family and I come to the Fringe, as we have done for years, our first priority is always to see Ali Brice. He is such a loveable, naturally funny person and an hour in his company is a privilege and a joy. He has a unique gift for deadpan surrealism, delivered with superb comic timing. There are weird and wonderful surprises around every corner and nobody else interacts with an audience so inventively and effectively. It is hard to describe his comedy genius in words. You have to come and witness it for yourself. The venue at Banshee Labyrinth is perfect and this year’s show is as hilarious as ever with the added bonus of extra warmth and depth of meaning. At the end of the show you are very likely to leave with the same feeling we always have, that life seems worthwhile when there are people like Ali Brice around.


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One4Review (3/5 stars) 3 days ago

A joy to watch

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