Edinburgh 2015

Hallo there, chaps and madams. It looks like you’ve stumbled across another of those thrillingly infrequent updates to my website. This coincides, as it did last year, with my increased obsession with the upcoming Edinburgh Fringe, where I’ll be doing a one-hour show every day throughout August. This means two things: one, I’m trying to find ways to procrastinate from writing the show. Hence this update. Two, I’ll need to warm this show up with various work-in-progresses around the country, where the show will magically transform from an ugly duckling of good intentions to a (hopefully) rather beautiful swan of compelling arguments and amusing jokes. Kind audiences for these would be much appreciated at the gigs below. Hence this update.

I’ll also continue to be performing stand-up sets of more bearable length (5, 10, 20 mins etc) round the country throughout this time (details on Twitter etc.), but the previews are the ones that are most important to me, hence their preferential treatment below. There may be more added as time goes on. Some of these gigs are double-headers with other (famouser!) comics, which is fun: some are solo, which will ALSO BE FUN. Sometimes the same venue has other comics doing Edinburgh previews, sometimes even on the same night, but the only thing you get for your money is Graham. This should be made clear on all of their websites. Good luck. It would be lovely to see people there.

(The show is called “No Filter”. That’s probably the least interesting title of the three shows I’ve taken to the Fringe so far in my career, but I genuinely believe it’s going to be the most interesting show. It’s about vanity, maturity, pissing in a cup, etc. All the classics.)

2nd May – Machynlleth comedy festival

2nd June – London Crouch End, Downstairs at Kings Head (with Rob Beckett)

4th June – London Liverpool St, Dirty Dicks (with Josh Widdicombe)

12th June – Cambridge

18th June – Chiswick, Headliners (with Josh Widdicombe)

19th June – Ashby de la Zouch, Funhouse Comedy (with Romesh Ranganathan)

23rd June – Brighton, Caroline of Brunswick

2nd July – London King’s Cross, Schadenfreude Cabaret

3rd July – Bristol, Wardrobe

4th July – Cardiff, Chapter

14 July – Manchester, XS Malarkey

15 July – Tring, Get Stuffed Comedy Club

20 July – London Battersea, Four Thieves Fringe

22 July – Leicester, Globe (with Joel Dommett)

26 July – Derby, Bar One (Edinburgh preview all-dayer)

27 July – London Greenwich, Cutty Sark (with Josh Widdicombe)

30 July – Bedford, Bedfringe

(then 5-16, 18-30 August – Edinburgh, Pleasance Courtyard)