Jake Lambert: Never Mak the Same Mistak Twice

Comedy (stand-up)

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Following on from his sold-out, 'solidly entertaining debut' (Scotsman), Jake Lambert returns with a brand-new show packed full of 'brilliant one-liners' (Chortle.co.uk). As seen on Comedy Central, writer for Mock The Week and The News Quiz. So, the show title: basically, he's moved in with his girlfriend and he's trying not to mess it up, whilst learning from his mistakes. (He was going to do a show about his successes, but neither of them were very funny). Tour support for Tom Allen, Seann Walsh, Kerry Godliman, and Rob Beckett.

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  • Accessible entry: Main queue on road outside. 5 steps down to venue or Lift access through Pleasance Bar — ask at Box Office or bar for assistance.
  • Wheelchair access type: Building Lift

  • Stairs: 2 - 5
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Catriona 57 days ago

Good Value for money £10 a ticket with the addition of a complimentary biscuit. This show has now become an annual must see show at the fringe.

Erica Stott 67 days ago

We’ve seen Jake a number of times and he is definitely someone we want to keep coming back to watch. Very funny, quick witted and a personable chap as well. The videos at the end were a good addition and the Bourbon biscuit was most welcome. See you next year!

Fringe Fan 71 days ago

Saw Jake on Saturday night, what a great show. Great interaction with the crowd at Pleasance Below.He was very quick witted and easy to listen to, we both felt very warm in his company and his humour is very subtle and clever.( However his Geography is appalling and you should never ask him for directions )
A great night of comedy,he is definitely on our watch list for the future.
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Anne Drysdale 73 days ago

What a great show. Very funny and very refreshing to see a comedy show with almost no profanity. Good audience interaction and the videos were a nice addition. Will definitely put Jake on the list for next year.

Sam Higgs 73 days ago

The best comedy show I saw at Edinburgh Fringe this year!! I was actually crying at points!!

Julian Rowlett 76 days ago

Loved this show - hilarious. Very strongly recommended.

john 76 days ago

A pleasantly relaxed show of Jake telling stories (this year regarding him and his girlfriend), with just enough interaction with the audience to make you feel 'involved' and welcome.
Saw him last year, and as a result he was the first performer I checked for when this year's schedule came out.

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The List (3/5 stars) 67 days ago

Confident and solid hour of beta-blokeish stand-up from a rising star...

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Chortle (3/5 stars) 78 days ago

If likability alone won comedy awards, Jake Lambert would have a full mantelpiece. He is a warm and friendly nice-guy presence, making even a small audience feel instantly at ease in a cocoon of positivity. ...

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One4Review (4/5 stars) 82 days ago

Jake Lambert is a very nice young man! He would definitely be your favourite guest at any dinner party. What he lacks In cutting edge comedy he more than makes up for in sheer likeability....

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