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From The Fringe: Joseph Morpurgo

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and acclaimed multimedia comic Joseph Morpurgo returns with an outlandishly funny new hour of excavated vinyl and throttled hyperkonzept.

As seen in Austentatious ***** - THE TIMES, BBC2’s Harry and Paul and Comedy Central’s Drunk History.


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“That rare thing, a high-concept, unashamedly arty production that also has entire rooms laughing” ***** EVENING STANDARD.

“It’s a rich, multilayered comedy experience, that’s both retro and cutting edge, and keeps whirling away in your mind long after it’s finished” ***** TIME OUT.

“It’s simultaneously a celebration of a more innocent, eclectic era of home entertainment, a nugget of narrative tenderness, and an impish subversion of a broadcasting institution” **** THE GUARDIAN.

“Expect to see this find a much bigger stage very soon” ***** DAILY MIRROR.

“Blends conceptual innovation and sparkling execution you seldom have the faintest idea what’s around the next corner” **** THE TELEGRAPH.

“Deserves some sort of award for level of effort” **** SUNDAY TIMES.

“This is the kind of show that the fringe was made for, and it’s one of the most joyfully original hours you’ll spend here” THE OBSERVER.

“Morpurgo has hit upon something ground-breakingly modern yet brimming with enjoyably retro references” **** THE TIMES.

“A majestic multimedia artefact about music and memory” ***** THE LIST.

“The UK’s foremost alchemist of “found” comedy and irreverent, cross-media mash-up humour” **** SCOTSMAN

“An incredible piece of comedy, the only thing to fear is that Morpurgo might actually be capable of better” ***** EDINBURGH FESTIVAL MAGAZINES

“Packages his bold experimental approach into an experience everyone should enjoy” **** CHORTLE.

“It’s a marvellous piece of innovative multi-character work that deserved the rare, if partial, standing ovation. A real luxury item for this Fringe” *****