Dead Sheep Comedy

Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/07/2017
8:00 pm

Location
THE BEACON STUDIO

Dead Sheep Comedy presents

Scott Gibson:

The winner of the 2016 Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer is back with an honest and frank insight into the men who have influenced and impacted his life. The good, the bad and the indifferent. An unexpected reunion with his father, along with the death of his grandfather in late 2014 forced Scott to look at the men in his family, and to ask the question… is there truth in the old saying ‘Like Father, Like Son’. Expect deep honesty, dark truths, personal reflection and laughter.

“A natural gifted storyteller” – Frankie Boyle
***** The Mirror | **** The Guardian | **** The Herald | **** The List | ***** Broadway Baby | ****Chortle | ****The Skinny | ****One 4Review | ****Beyond The Joke

Fern Brady:

Following two shows that sold out through word of mouth alone Scottish comedian Fern is back for another Scottish hour. Scottish. As seen on English comedian Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, English comedian Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience and English TV programme 8 out of 10 Cats. God, I hope I can cry over a dead relative or come across as sincere this year. As heard on Radio 4’s State of the Nation’s and BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News.

“An astounding hour” ***** The List.
“Quick witted acerbic stand up” ***** Skinny

Eddy Brimson:
Eddy Brimson is one of the UK circuits most in demand headline acts working regularly with all the leading promoters.
Eddy is equally at home internationally having taken to the stage from Norway to China with just about everywhere in between. He was one of the first ever comics to perform in Myanmar and invitations to perform at the Altitude Festival in the French Alps, the New Zealand International Comedy Festival and both the Melbourne and Perth Comedy Festivals in Australia have secured his place in the comedy industry.
He is also a regular at the Edinburgh Festival where he once even played a gig naked! Thankfully no cameras were allowed into the venue.
“Engaging and compelling” – Three Weeks
“The crowd loved him” – The Guardian

Promoter : Dead Sheep, Project : Spring & Summer 2017