Ashley Storrie: Hysterical

Comedy (stand-up, storytelling)

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Star of BBC Scotland's Up For It! and BBC Radio Scotland, Ashley Storrie returns to the Fringe with a raw and hysterical show about mental health and the ways she uses humour to overcome her pain. 'A perfect hour of comedy… relentlessly funny' ( 'Ashley Storrie’s forthrightness is a tonic and should be mandatory viewing. Make sure you arrive early to gain an extra 15 minutes of material as this funny firecracker welcomes in the crowd' (List).

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Elin 111 days ago

If you can get a seat at this gig do so!
Free fringe so you need to queue early but well worth watching if you get a chance to.
I laughed from start to finish.

Clippity Cloppity 115 days ago

This girl has had me peeing in my pants & reaching for my inhaler since I first saw her Harry Potter clip. Even with the unplanned sound effects & interruptions she didn’t miss a beat, having the packed room in stitches. I’m never going to think of William Shatner in the same way ever again.

Dianne Foy 115 days ago

We had a lucky break and just followed the folk in front of us into the venue, we'd planned to see another show...but I was pleased to realise we'd stumbled across Ashley Storrie. By turns hilarious, thought-provoking and downright silly, we wondered how our newly 13 year old son would react to the show. He absolutely loved it and I'm fairly sure wasn't (too) mentally scarred by the content, lol! All the very best to you Ashley, I admire the bold introduction of material about autism, mental health and rape into your set, these things should be spoken about. Thanks for a great show.

Prudence Wright Holmes 117 days ago

Ashley is so endearing and funny. I love her quirky spirit and unique take on the world. In the end, she actually touched my heart so much with her last story. THERE IS NO ONE LIKE HER. DON'T MISS HER SHOW.

Kenneth Gibbs 123 days ago

Ashley was really funny, and those noises, how did she do that. This show is well worth seeing.

Alan Barron 126 days ago

Well done Ashley. Tell it as is quine! Plenty of laughs, delivered in a wonderfully gallus way. Radio, TV, stage... the world is your lobster.

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The List (4/5 stars) 113 days ago

Colourful and controversial routines from compelling act...

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One4Review (5/5 stars) 118 days ago

It’s hard to come to terms with the fact that Ashley Storrie has not been on the comedy scene for very long in real terms, okay a venture into it when she was barely a teenager and of course with … Read More ...

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Broadway World (4/5 stars) 129 days ago

In her one-hour set at Edinburgh's Counting House, she brings a fresh perspective to dating, crime and autism with a brand that is most definitely her own. Surprisingly, the real impact is made when she reveals a defining moment in her life to those assembled, which only makes her audience...

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