Tony Law and Phil Nichol: Virtue Chamber Echo Bravo

Comedy (seminar, light opera)

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  • Heroes @ The Hive - The Big Cave
  • 15:40
  • Aug 24
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 18+ (Restriction)
  • Country: Canada
  • Group: Heroes / Tony Law and Phil Nichol
  • Warnings and additional info: Venue Age Restriction: Strictly 18+. Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue
  • Accessibility:
    Sight not needed
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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

Tony Law: 'Philip and I have been talking about this for years. Things need to change. Quicker and betterer. We just want to put our ideas out there and then have you get them. You deserve it. We deserve it. Change. Let's be right guys. History is on the side of the bad guys. We are not guys. Not any more we are not'. 'Hey! I know bad ideas and these two are not one of those bad ideas that I know' (Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez). 'Give 'em hell, boys!' (Colonel 'Bernie' Sanders).

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  • Sight not needed
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  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

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Derek Hogg 109 days ago

Two top tier comedians, riffing around. Totally improvised, so anything could happen. I laughed so much my face is still aching. Definitely worth the pay what you want ticket price to see innovative comedy, created before your eyes.

Liam Ellison 110 days ago

In the same way you cant describe a Tony solo-show you can't describe this. I liked it, got bonus Phil for free(I think Tony is a comedy genius), but it's definitely not for people lacking imagination and wanting an emotional dead-dad type story. Marmite-y

Stuart Mills 115 days ago

I walked away thinking ...what just happened? Then I remembered Phil Nicol kicked my pint over, a guy wearing and XTC English Settlement t-shirt was labelled a Facist (harsh!) and then the guys riffed a spontaneous song about Nick Clegg’s legs. It’s manic, fast paced, unpredictable and hilarious (and Phil even replaces my pint mid-show!)

Claire Young 120 days ago

I laughed so much my face was sore for the whole bus journey home. I can't really explain this show to you. I think you should go and see it for yourself. All the top stars and funniest jokes of the Fringe awards to these chaps.


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One4Review (3/5 stars) 105 days ago

There are badges during this show. They bear the latin motto ‘adolescens habet scientiam’, which as far as I can work out means ‘young people don’t know shit’. Mr Law, in an interview with Richard Herring, described his comedy as … Read More...

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Chortle (3.5/5 stars) 115 days ago

To describe this as an affectionate parody of a safe-space seminar for wokeness and healing, as its programme blurb suggests, would be to impose far more structure and intent on to the show than Fringe veterans Phil Nichol and Tony Law ever plan to deliver. ...

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FringeReview 119 days ago

When booking a Tony Law show, you start with the basic assumption that whatever the title is, the resultant performance will be something completely different. Yet again, this is the case. The show’s premise is that the audience are attending the next chapter in their Self-Improvement seminar/cult induction. The aim...

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