Heroes

Music (comedy, solo show)

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Description

Quaker singer-songwriter, poet and eco-worrier, Majk Stokes, brings his quirky humour (and his mild obsession with superheroes) back to the Fringe for an online charity concert coming from the Quaker Meeting House, Venue 40. With insights into the secret life of trainspotters, the reality of relationships, and what it means to be a hero in the 2020s. Featuring Quakers, protestors, superheroes, merry maidens, leeches and IT support guys. All proceeds from ticket sales go to the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh and Quaker work in the UK and abroad. 'A very individual and versatile songwriter' (Jude Hines, Stagewhispers.co.au).

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