Vittorio Angelone: Translations

Comedy (stand-up)

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Description

'There will not be a better debut hour of stand-up at the festival this year' (Adam Rowe). As seen on Channel 4, BBC One and on the Have A Word podcast, Irish-Italian comedian Vittorio Angelone went to see a play at the National Theatre in London. He loved the play, still does, but was deeply disturbed (read: pissed off) by the reaction of the English audience. Join him as he tackles being Irish in England, identity, and sad comedy shows that seem to win awards. 'Relatable and thought-provoking' ***** (The Student). 'British stand-up's new wonderkid' (Fin Taylor).

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Just wow. This is Vittorio Angelone’s debut hour and it is a cracker. 39 days ago

Just wow. This is Vittorio Angelone’s debut hour and it is a cracker.

Cliodhna O’Brien 43 days ago

Best gig I went to at Edinburgh Fringe. Really enjoyed Vittorio’s engaging story-telling and very clever jokes! Outstanding!

Alan Meht 43 days ago

This show is too funny for my liking. Valentino has some great jokes and making the audience laugh seems to be his only priority. Call me new fashioned, but all I want from a comedy show is a harrowing tale of loss or abuse and nothing else


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Chortle (4.5/5 stars) 32 days ago

Angelone is polished, and deservedly confident, and his densely plotted stand-up is refreshing

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The Student (5/5 stars) 41 days ago

The show rarely lags and is full of great content, delivered with the relaxed demeanour of a comic who knows he is delivering an excellent performance. For a debut, Angelone seems totally in control and the audience stay with him the entire way through the show.

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