Fantastic Flatulence and Where to Find It

Children's Shows (comedy, family)

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Description

Award-winning Scottish author Stuart Reid launches his eighth book at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019 with an exploration of eggy explosions, big bottom burps and his fear of farts. He even has a fear of saying fart. How do astronauts fart in their space suits? And where does it go? Do their suits inflate? Do aliens fart? Not that it matters because, in space, no one can hear you fart! This will be Stuart's sixth year at the Edinburgh Fringe, with previous tours of Australia, India, Hong Kong, Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

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Diane Bailey 91 days ago

Looking at the title we expected it to be full of "bottom humour"
however we were not prepared for the blatant shameless marketing pitch that it was. The whole show (which was not actually comical at all) was built entirely around the author trying to plug and sell his books. Countless times we were told of his writing prowess, how successful he was blah blah.

Lets not talk about poor quality (what copyright infringement ahem!) video clips that were shown too.

It sounded as though my child would have enjoyed the show, but after yawning several times he gave up and read a book instead and no it was not one of the books the salesman at the front was pushing either!


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