Tom Kitching: Welcome to My Barn!

Comedy (stand-up, storytelling)

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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Co-creator of The Voice of Ray brings a brand-new solo hour to Edinburgh. Expect knee laughing and belly slapping in a story dedicated to farmyard animals and their outlandish ways. ***** (EdFestMag.com for The Voice of Ray).

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Zoe Jeater 38 days ago

A really hilarious performance that brings a new perspective on the lives of barn animals, as Tom guides you through their everyday dilemmas. The sketch is a packed with catchy and funny songs, my personal favourite is the rap-cattle-battle which I am still singing days later! If you fancy some laughs head over to see this up and coming comedian

Isabel Knightley 38 days ago

Hilarious hour of stand up full of fsrmyard anecdotes, with great interruptions by various characters and songs. Somewhat bizarre but it leans into it and makes it all the better!

Heli Seymour 39 days ago

This is a wonderful hour of escapism into an absurd take on growing up on a farm. The songs and characters are memorable and I found my self humming the ‘ballad of a blade of grass’ on my walk home. This is a show worth going to see, Tom has clearly dedicated a lot of time to creating the show and welcomes you to the barn with plenty of warmth and laughter. Check it out!


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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 24 days ago

If you’re curious to find out what life in the country is really like, take a trip down to Farmer Tom Kitching’s fantastical ranch, where the grass is greener on the other side – just don’t tell the sheep that. “Welcome To My Barn!” Kitching bellows, opening up the big...

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One4Review (3/5 stars) 40 days ago

Mind your head on the dilapidated electric fence, don’t disturb the owl, and join Mr Kitching in his barn populated with a variety of farm-yard characters, including Steven, the trans-species sheep/cow, Mr Christmas the turkey, and a blade of grass. … Read More ...

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