Glenn Moore: Love Don't Live Here Glenny Moore

Comedy (stand-up, storytelling)

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'Glenn Moore' (List) follows up last year's Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination with a new hour of 'brilliantly original' (, 'blissfully silly' (Guardian) jokes. He used to have a very different job to this, and now he's finally brave enough to spill the beans about it. **** (Guardian,, Evening Standard, List). As seen on Mock The Week, Stand Up Central, The Stand Up Sketch Show and as heard on Absolute Radio.

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  • Accessible entry: Queue in courtyard. Once inside either remain in ground level seating or five steps down to stage level. All seating moveable.
  • Wheelchair access type: Temporary Ramp

  • Stairs: 2 - 5
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James 86 days ago

Glenn has to be the best standup working right now - see him if you can get a ticket, see him every year, see him rocket to stardom, because god knows he deserves it more than most

Agnes Joyce Wells 87 days ago

Perhaps the fastest paced comedy I have seen. Very clever. Well delivered, this show has made it into our top 5 (out of 54 shows). A must see!

John Dewhurst 92 days ago

Having seen him once on TV, I was expecting a laid back comedian,but what I got was a full on motormouth with more laughs per minute than most on the Fringe.
Had some great tales of relationship breakdowns, local radio and Dignitas.
Great gags, "my grandad was all over the place when we scattered his ashes".
Loads of content and lots of laughs. He really works his material.

Finbarr Bevan 93 days ago

Seen Saturday 10 August. Just behind Frank Skinner, this was the second best show I saw at the Fringe. It feels as though there is a joke at least every 10 second for the whole hour. I have no idea how he gets through so much material! It's more than just a collection of one-liners, there are recurring threads and story lines woven into the show. A brilliant show. 9.5/10.

AMC 94 days ago

The funniest stand up we’ve seen at the Fringe this year - the run deserves to be sold out.

David Cottingham 97 days ago

Superb hour of great material well delivered with one or two insights into leading figures of the day, who would have known? Thoroughly recommend getting tix while you can.

Barrie White 104 days ago

A joyous hour of complete and utter silliness with a brilliant pay off line, constant callbacks that hit their mark and a fun way of whiling away the time.

A great show and a great stand-up. And he thinks Fa- see for yourself.

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The Skinny (4/5 stars) 85 days ago

Part of the fun of Glenn Moore’s comedy – and there’s a lot to be had here – is trying to unravel and unpack what is real and what isn’t. Straight out the gate, Moore lets the audience know that nothing he says is to be trusted. What follows is an hour...

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Broadway Baby (4/5 stars) 90 days ago

Tucked away in a corner of Pleasance Courtyard, Glenn Moore delights a packed crowd with an hour of non-stop puns and twisted humour. His show centres around his decision to move from journalism to stand-up comedy, detouring through his childhood, family and relationships. The overarching theme of speaking one’s mind...

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Chortle (3/5 stars) 92 days ago

There’s no denying Glenn Moore’s comic talent but his follow-up to his award-nominated show last year seems to fall between the cracks. His preferred style is to tell a story while weaving in a barrage of one-liners, and this year the story is ‘no more Mr Nice Guy’, aka his...

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ThreeWeeks (3/5 stars) 94 days ago

As talented as Glenn Moore is, I can’t help wondering if he’s destined for bigger and better things. A one time journalist, news reader, and now stand-up comic, he seems to change jobs like other people change their trousers. Luckily having so many jobs provides him with kick-ass material: from...

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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 98 days ago

He might dress like Val Doonican, but Glenn Moore has one of the fastest comic brains on the Fringe. ...

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Fest (4/5 stars) 100 days ago

With his usual disclaimer at the top that most of what follows is a pack of lies, Glenn Moore has erected another winning tall tale out of sublime one-liners and routines that whip away their own foundations. Previous shows have seen the milquetoast comic and radio newsreader sporadically erupting into...

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The List (4/5 stars) 103 days ago

A fast-paced comedy masterclass...

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One4Review (5/5 stars) 104 days ago

I first became aware of Glenn Moore back in 2016 when he performed his debut hour at the Fringe and since then he has been high on my list of must see acts each Edinburgh. Moore has a style all … Read More ...

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