Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Daniel Cook

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Essential information

Date and time: 
Monday 24 July | 7pm
Standard £10.00 | Student aged 16+ (with ID) £9.00
Cutty Sark, Michael Edwards Studio Theatre
Cutty Sark Theatre

Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Daniel Cook perform new material on immoral tales of morality and money making before they hit the Edinburgh Fringe.

Kiri Pritchard-McLean: Appropriate Adult (Work in Progress)

Chortle Award nominated Kiri thinks the world revolves around her, but she didn't let that stop her wishing to mentor vulnerable kids. Consequently, she’s going to be extremely careful what she wishes for in future. An immoral comedian’s morality tale about other people’s lack of morals.

★★★★ ‘Passionate, smart and yes, bloody funny, there’s a raw depth of feeling here that you won’t find in many shows’ (Scotsman)

‘Raucous and good-humoured without stinting on the protest’ (Guardian)

★★★★ ‘A storming hour’ (The Skinny)


Daniel Cook: For Money (Work in Progress)

Money. Cash. Dollar. Cheddar. Dough. Skrilla. Call it what you like (and people clearly have) Daniel Cook doesn't have any of it, but would things be better if he had any? An hour of manic, gangly-man-child stand-up comedy in preparation for the Edinburgh Fringe   

★★★★ ‘Had the crowd roaring with laughter’ (Three Weeks)

★★★★ (Broadway Baby)

★★★★ (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)