Stiff & Kitsch: Bricking It

Comedy (music, stand-up)

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Description

Musical Comedy Award winners 2018 sing about everything keeping them awake at night: tax, wooden cutlery and the consequences of last night's eight double G&Ts. Each. From the creators of the hit show, Adele Is Younger Than Us, Stiff and Kitsch: Bricking It is a story of life's favourite fears, told through one big night out and one miserable morning after. Everyone's scared of something, but there's safety in numbers: maybe we'll be braver together. 'Perfectly executed... left the audience in stitches' (Comedy.co.uk). As seen on BBC Three.

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  • Accessible entry: Via a driveway from the main road.
  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access

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Barbara Grant 90 days ago

Great fun show - shaded of Victoria Wood - what an accolade!!!

Moritz Riewoldt 92 days ago

Very funny songs! I really enjoyed it. My fiancée is turning 30 this year and I think all the songs are literally about her life!

Andy Wickes 109 days ago

Always fantastic and this year is no different. The most risk free show you could go for - laughs from the get go to the let go and a staple of our fringe every time we go - book immediately!


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Chortle (3/5 stars) 87 days ago

Plenty of Fringe shows pick up the thread of a previous hour. Yet Stiff & Kitsch distinguish themselves for routinely cringing at their bad behaviour from last year's Pleasance closing party. ...

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Playing Age Twenty Five (5/5 stars) 87 days ago

Stiff and Kitsch deserve to be playing in a much bigger venue. They may be “bricking it”, but they are also absolutely smashing it. Brilliant show!

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Broadway World (5/5 stars) 88 days ago

Stiff and Kitsch (Rhiannon Neads and Sally O'Leary) are amazed that they've been let back into a Pleasance venue after the way they behaved at the 2018 Fringe closing party. They have however, been moved from a 9pm slot to a 2pm slot this year so maybe they've not quite...

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The F Word 95 days ago

Stiff & Kitsch: Bricking It is one of those charming but bizarre shows where you want to laugh because the performers want to cry. It focuses on the year since the last Edinburgh Festival Fringe where they got black-out drunk, building up to performer Sally O’Leary’s 30th birthday party, with a 24-hour holiday, Catholic contraception education fails and several conversations with their anxiety in between.

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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 100 days ago

Stiff and Kitsch share with the audience that reviewers have in the past described them as ‘comfortable’, ‘strange’ and ‘the English actress and the Cork woman’ which unsurprisingly goes down better with one half of the comedy duo than the other. This leads into their opening song where they muse...

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