Joe Sutherland: Sour

Comedy (stand-up)

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Top Ten Best Reviewed Shows, Edinburgh 2018 (Comedy.co.uk). A friendship, a country, a beloved 90s pop group. Joe Sutherland returns to the Fringe looking back at things we once loved which have now gone sour. A regular face on Comedy Central’s online channels, Joe has appeared on BBC Three, Sky Arts and has written for Comedy Central’s Roast Battle. One of the most in-demand acts on the comedy circuit today, he has toured the UK supporting Ellie Taylor and the US stars of RuPaul's Drag Race. **** (EdFestMag.com).

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The List (4/5 stars) 13 days ago

Gags aplenty in this poignant show...

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Edinburgh Festivals Magazine (4/5 stars) 13 days ago

As soon as you go into the cinema room to see Sour, you are confronted with a wave of nostalgia in the form of clips from Popstars: The Rivals, those weird dancing Marks & Spencers adverts, and the woman w...

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