Paul Currie: TEET

Comedy (absurdist, clown)

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  • The Hive - The Big Cave
  • 19:00
  • Aug 29
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 16+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - Northern Ireland
  • Group: Paul Currie
  • Warnings and additional info: Covid safety measures, Strong language/swearing. Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue. Venue Age Restriction: strictly 18+


Come immerse yourself in the steamy hot waters of TEET as Paul Currie dissolves, froths and fizzes all around you. Scratching and burrowing into the cotton cuticles of human empathy in an attempt to expose how we are all still sucking and biting on the TEET of Mother Nature. It's time we woke up and punched a hole through the shit blanket of mediocrity that we have all personally hand stitched and draped over ourselves. An absurdist stand-up comedy show for fans of Andy Kaufman, Samuel Beckett and The Muppet Show.

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David Appleby 139 days ago

What an amazing show. I had an aching face afterwards because I was laughing the whole way through. Proper original. It's the best show I've seen in twenty something years of going to the fringe.

Zafera Loucas 140 days ago

I'm Strawberry Peter was possibly the funniest thing I have seen EVER! I hadn't heard of Paul before this year's Fringe but after watching his show I wish I had found him sooner. Brilliant and hilarious from start to finish and definitely keeping my eye out for future tour dates. Thank you for an amazing show!

Gina Barry 147 days ago

Erm. OK. Wow. Not sure what I was expecting but we were blown away. Very silly, very funny and surreal and actually thought provoking. Still laughing at some of the show. Great stuff.

Rachael 150 days ago

Do not miss Teet, your Fringe will be incomplete without it! I honestly laughed so much my cheeks hurt! I'll definitely be looking out for Paul at next year's Fringe!

David 151 days ago

Surreal silliness at its finest. Really great. Go and see this

Kerry Smith 161 days ago

This show will make your fringe - add it to your list and you will not be disappointed. Paul’s warmth, humour and humanity are incredibly infectious; his comedy is incredibly silly yet thoughtful and intelligent and he will have you howling within seconds. A brilliant show - I will certainly seek out the opportunity to see Paul Currie again. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Geoff Webb 161 days ago

The maddest, bravest stand-up I've seen since Ted Chippington. I laughed uncontrollably in a way I haven't done since being tickled as a child.
Before this show I had no idea that the history of colonialism could be so powerfully portrayed just by using the word 'potato'.
Hilarious and life-affirming

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The Scotsman (5/5 stars) 144 days ago

His show is a glorious smoosh of the kind of extraordinary comedy ideas you will just not find elsewhere else, coming at you with the force of a friendly water cannon.

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The Violet Curtain (4/5 stars) 151 days ago

Hilarity, weirdness, cynicism and life-affirming laughter.

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The Violet Curtain (4/5 stars) 152 days ago

Prepare to be super f**king confused for the entire duration of Paul Currie’s weird and hilarious absurdist comedy show. Nothing really makes any sense but then again, trying to explain what makes something funny is always an ill-fated quest. Currie could give the masterclass in performativity and showpersonship, and you can’t help but laugh when even they start to call into question the random sketches that they're performing.

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Chortle (4/5 stars) 155 days ago

Its a wild ride for sure, and a thrilling one. Never does Currie let his clowning get self-indulgent, as there’s an unspoken tongue-in-cheek recognition of how preposterous this all is, without ever undermining the total commitment he has to every madly original scene.

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One4Review (4/5 stars) 155 days ago

Quality nonsense from a consistently excellent performer.

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The Crumb (5/5 stars) 158 days ago

Teet is the newest hour of...whatever it is Currie does (and only he does it), and I’m happy to say he’s as batshit beautiful as ever.

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On the Mic (5/5 stars) 158 days ago

TEET is very difficult to describe, which is why this review is more of a list than a critique. Let’s just say that it’s bloody brilliant and leave it at that.

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