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WED 21st - SUN 25th AUGUST at 4.15pm ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 54 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH Box Office: 0131 226 2428 Tickets: Wed - Thurs £9 (£7) Fri - Sun £10 (£8)
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Comedy is listed by date, then by city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our oltices at least ten days before publication. Theatre listings compiled by Neil Cooper.
I The Stand The Moscow Bar. 6 Sottth St David Street (opposite .lenners). 556 6375. Doors open 8pm—lam (show runs *)--l lpm). At least five acts for £5 (£4). A pair of pocls headline ill The Slitlld‘s weekend venue. Mick Parkin is from Sunderland and is becoming a bit of a regular in Scotland. Phil Doran. meanwhile. hails from Liverpool. and is a poet with punchlines. Quintessential btil'liii Mark Dolan supports. and there's an ‘lrish ()pen Spot'. featuring Aberdeen's lilvis McGinty.
I Comics On Tap Tapsters. .3 Howden Street (behind De Niro's on Nicolson Street). Info: 667 0328. 8.30pin—late. £4. Weekly stand-up night for both up-and- cotning and more established local talent. Call the above number if you fancy a shot at the mic.
I The Comic Club Blackfriars Underground. 36 Bell Street. ()l4l 552 5924. 8.30pm-late. £5 (£3.50). A
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Enjoy cool sounds from DJ Slrnon Hodge (Club Latino). hot salsa from Pe’lante. tango the night away with whoever catches yourtancy and dine on the best Latin-American food.
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begins with Stevie Silver's Nun-Sink (‘u/mrt'l. and other guest.
I The Stand Comic Den. Christie's. West Port. Information: 662 4467. H.30pm—lam (show runs ‘).3l)—l |.30pni). At least four acts for £4 (£3). l’re-l-‘estival warm-up. with compere Frankie Boyle introducing a new double-act as McBrier and Mackay premiere Mil/ring 7}; [me Bu! limr sink/('- ('/iuinv. Meanwhile. John (iillick presents lltc‘ pl't‘llllcl'c (ll. W/ltll .‘il'l’ )im LIAN”. There are also open spots from liddie McKean and Lyndon B. Pig.
I The Comic Club Blackfriars Underground. 36 Bell Street. 0|4| 552 5924. 8.30pm—late. £5 (£3.50). The pre- Fringe weekend warni~up continues. Tonight's headliner is Sean Cullen of Corky And The Juice Pigs. who previews his solo show I)(IIII(’ Sv/Ul/t' Mt't'lx Her Maker. Support is provided by Mitch Benn and Ian Kendall. with their Kt’llt/(l/ till/(fl ('ukt' mix of music. comedy and magic.
I The Comic Club Blackfriars Underground. 36 Bell Street. 0l4| 552 5924. 8.30pm—late. £6 (£3.50). Final night of Glasgow's pre-lidinburgh warm-up features a heavy dose of bearded unpredictability from Phil Kay. who introduces Glasgow's own Fred MacAulay and friends.
I The Stand The Moscow Bar. 6 South St David Street (opposite Jenners). 556 6375. Doors open 8pm-lam (show runs ()-l lpm). At least five acts for £5 (£4). Pie-Fringe warm~ups are the order of the week. with The Stand hosting McBrier and Mackay's Nut/lint: 7}; Law Bur Your Anlt/r-C/iuiiis. set to run at \\’.J.Christie's throughout the Fringe. alongside John Gillick's What Are You Ultra". set to appear at this venue. Frankie Boyle comperes. and there are open spots too.
Glasgow I Sean Cullen/Phil Nichol/Greg lleale
Blackfriars Underground. 36 Bell Street. 0|~1l 552 5924. 8.30pm—late. £6 (£3.50). Corky And The Juice Pigs' members in a form you've never seen before. Sean Cullen dons a ﬂamboyant dress fora pre- Fringe rendition of Dame vai/lt' Mu'lr Hcr Maker. Phil Nichol performs his solo show l’lri/ Nlt'llrl/ /.\' .S't‘liim. and Greg Neale coinperes. Corkingl
the Stand's coniedy nights tor the Edinburgh Festival Fringe begin at W.J.christie’s and the Moscow car on Sun 4 August, and continue lor seven nights a week until Sat 31 August. See Fringe Programme tor details.
I Comics 0n tap Tapsters. Corner of East Crosscauseway and Howden Street (behind De Niro's on Nicolson Street). Info: 667 0328. 8.30pm—late. £4. Newish. regular night of laughter with this weekly stand-up night for both up-and-coming and more established local talent. lfyou fancy a shot at the mic call Penny or Christine on the above number.
so The List 26 Jul-8 Aug I996