Terry Alderton: Bingo Bango

Comedy (stand-up)

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  • Monkey Barrel Comedy - Monkey Barrel 4
  • 18:00
  • Aug 25
  • 50 minutes
  • Suitability: 14+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - Scotland
  • Group: Dabster Productions
  • Warnings and additional info: Strong Language/Swearing. Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue
  • Accessibility:
    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 6 months

Description

'The comedy thrill of a lifetime' ***** (Scotsman). 'A comedian of dizzying inventiveness' ***** (Times). Edinburgh’s favourite, award-winning, unpredictable comedian is here for outright laughs and you're invited along for the ride. A blistering new show that captures the true spirit of the Fringe. No politics, no message, just an hour of stand-up comedy and chaos from one of the best in the business.. And someone will win a car! As seen on Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow, Dave’s One Night Stand and star of BBC Radio 4’s Terry Alderton Show.

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General venue access

  • Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: Information not supplied
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 11- 20
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Peter Linton 75 days ago

We saw Terry about 8 years ago and when we found he was in Edinburgh (our first trip to the Fringe) we had to go and weren't disappointed. Energetic, edgy and so, so funny, he's a genius. Thank you, Terry, we'll be back!
PS I had a count and I have 4 sets of nail clippers. But yes, my jeans do smell of wee.

karen motyl 92 days ago

Imaginative, inventive, manic, slightly terrifying - well worth seeing even if, like me, you have no idea what is going on most of the time. I was intrigued but slightly bemused - my OH, on the other hand, thought it was one of the funniest shows he has ever seen and was crying with laughter by the end.

Richard Collier 94 days ago

Terry Alderton has lost nothing. His show is genuinely as edgy and dangerous as it is funny. Some old favourites are there: the evil demon / split personality, as ever, has a lot of ‘helpful’ advice for Terry. He does the shoe thing again too, and wow, his singing voice in that position is remarkable. As ever, Terry mostly heckles himself (let’s face it, no one else is going to).

Not everyone’s cup of tea, it would have to be admitted. It is a little like watching someone intentionally have a nervous breakdown in public. And the initial conceit of a dire Australian comic who eventually concedes the stage to his worst comedy character, Terry Alderton, has a whiff of cry-for-help about it. But it is a really hilarious, dark, sinister, twisting, magical 50 minutes. This is actually thrilling stand up….some of it thrilling like great comedy, some of it thrilling like a slasher movie.

If you like your comedy cosy, relaxed & middle of the road, well, stay the Hell out of Terry Alderton’s show. Everyone else should go & see it.

Oh, and although it’s a free show, I think about 90% of the audience bought a ticket, so you might want to do that to avoid disappointment.


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