PAUL ZERDIN and ROSIE HOLT
|Date||Friday 7th July 2023|
|Doors Open||7:15 PM|
|Venue||The Court Theatre|
This evening we are proud to welcome two wonderful comedians. Paul Zerdin has been high on our wish list for a number of years, but winning America's Got Talent tends to make an act unobtainable for a UK based comedy festival! But this year we've got him! And Rosie Holt has been a viral hit for some time and is following up last years sell-out Edinburgh show with what will be another barnstormer.
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PAUL ZERDIN: PUPPETMAN
The America’s Got Talent winner is back with a brand-new comedy show for 2023. Join Paul and an array of ‘funny and sharp-tongued’ (The Observer) creations including Sam, Albert, Baby, Roger the bodyguard and an urban fox, as he takes to the road with a show which promises that ‘when you are not laughing, you will simply be left in awe’ (Three Weeks). As seen on Lost Voice Guy’s Christmas Comedy Club (ITV), Michael McIntyre’s Big Show (BBC1), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), and Tonight At The London Palladium (ITV).
‘A ventriloquist at the top of his game, Zerdin is in a league of his own… a show so polished it shines’ ***** The Scotsman
‘Technically immaculate, it’s what he does with his slick talent that really sets in apart’
‘A ventriloquist for the South Park generation’
ROSIE HOLT: THAT’S POLITAINMENT!
The worse the political career, the more lucrative the subsequent entertainment opportunities. So can Rosie Holt’s viral hit MP follow ‘politainers’ Dorries, Farage and Rees-Mogg and leap from the pages of Hansard to Heat? After her sell-out Edinburgh show last year, Rosie returns to tight-rope the thin line between politics and entertainment. ‘The Thick of It levels of writing and performance applied to a very current flavour of political bullshit.’ (Times) ‘Beautifully observed and performed’ (Guardian) ‘A character comedy treat’ **** (Time Out)