London Hughes: To Catch a D*ck

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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  • Pleasance Courtyard - The Attic
  • 20:15
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 16+ (Restriction)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Broken Robot / So Comedy in association with Curtis Brown
  • Warnings and additional info: This show contains strong lanugage.
  • Accessibility:
    Audio enhancement system
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Sight not needed
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

From ITV2's The Stand Up Sketch Show, BBC2's Mock the Week and E4's Celebs Go Dating, join London in her debut at the Pleasance as she explores how as a woman, you can be incredibly awesome and successful yet incredibly single, and how f*ckin' ridiculous it is! Also seen on ITV1's All Star Musicals, ITV2's Don't Hate The Playaz and Channel 5's Celebrity Game Night. 'The new female face of British comedy (Daily Mail). 'Needs to settle down and find a man' (London's mum).

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General venue access

  • Audio enhancement system
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: Queue in courtyard. Steep staircase. Lift Access from front.
  • Wheelchair access type: Building Lift

  • Stairs: 20+
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

Each venue can contain several space with different accessibly information. Visit the venue page for full venue accessibility info


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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 87 days ago

Lest there be any confusion, London Hughes is quick to clarify that her show title isn’t some elaborate theatrical metaphor, but simply reflecting a show that’s sweaty with sex....

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Broadway Baby (5/5 stars) 94 days ago

Beyoncé’s Diva is blasting out as we wait for London Hughes to arrive. After a short while she makes a very London-esque entrance, bouncing into the tiny attic room at Pleasance Courtyard and filling it with her electric energy. The kind of energy you’d need to fill a venue 10...

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The List (4/5 stars) 97 days ago

An irresistible hour of filth and feminism...

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Chortle (4/5 stars) 99 days ago

No prizes for guessing what this is about - and no, it’s not duck shooting. The Fringe guide’s censorious caution notwithstanding, this delivers what it promises: a fully raucous hour of frank and funny tales from a battle-hardened veteran of the dating scene. ...

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Broadway World (5/5 stars) 99 days ago

The human equivalent of three shots of tequila bursts into the room on a rainy Edinburgh night announcing "I'M MOIST! THIS WEATHER IS F***ING BIBLICAL!". London Hughes has arrived. Hughes's energy makes this hour of comedy pass in the blink of an eye, with potentially a few cases of Extreme...

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Deadline News (4/5 stars) 100 days ago

If you’re particularly sensitive about anything of a sexual nature, maybe this show isn’t for you, but if you’re after an hour of brutal honesty and absolute hilarity then you can catch up with her at the Pleasance Courtyard for the rest of the Fringe.

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EdFestMagazine (5/5 stars) 100 days ago

While her overtly raunchy sense of humour may be considered too brash and bold for some, those looking for an hour of pure hilarity and unsexy sexuality will find their perfect match in London Hughes

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SquirrelComedy.com 100 days ago

Anyone seeing her on TV or listening to her radio will only be getting a watered down version of this dynamic, confident and audacious lady. You must see her live to get the full impact of this force of nature. If we had more room in the tiny venue, there would certainly have been a standing ovation.

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The Guardian (4/5 stars) 100 days ago

You might call London Hughes a force of nature – except you’d hesitate to credit that megawatt energy to anyone but herself. It’s part of the joke that she is a rampaging ego, with the personality to fill the Pleasance Attic several times over. So why oh why is she...

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The Wee Review (5/5 stars) 100 days ago

The English comic bursts into the Attic room of the Pleasance Courtyard announcing: ‘I’m London Hughes and I’m really funny.’ The hubris is tongue-in-cheek. But she’s damn right. Her confidence is affirmed when some latecomers arrive soon after. Instead of the usual ‘come in, welcome, take a seat etc.’ patter,...

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The Times [paywall] (3/5 stars) 101 days ago

A reliably lively panel-show presence, London Hughes here fills a tiny attic Fringe room with the sort of force-of-nature pizzazz that could conquer the Colosseum. “APPARENTLY I’M TOO MUCH, GUYS!” she booms with knowing overkill, before spending her second Fringe hour banging on about . . . well, banging. Yes,...

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ScotsGay (5/5 stars) 104 days ago

When people ask me what I thought of London Hughes’ show “To Catch a D*ck”, the short answer I tell them is that I enjoyed it so much that I immediately went to the box office and booked another ticket for myself for the next day. The long answer: I’ll...

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Fest (4/5 stars) 105 days ago

London Hughes is hitting her 30s, and getting pressured by her family to find a man and settle down. She’s reluctant. As a riposte this show recounts her sexual history, in all its bawdy glory. Filthy, frank and consistently hilarious, it’s an hour that transcends what in lesser hands would...

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