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Lauren Pattison - Edinburgh Preview Day

  • Sunday 28 July, 5pm
  • Tickets From £9
  • Main Theatre
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Join four of the UK’s finest comedians as they prepare their Edinburgh and UK tours. Come and see Lauren PattisonJustin Moorhouse, Matt Bragg and Andrew White.

You can buy tickets individually or purchase a discounted Early Bird day-pass to see all four shows for £25 (discount applied in basket). Each show is an hour long (with approx. 30 minutes between each).

More info on Lauren Pattison, 5pm show (links to other preview shows below)

Edinburgh Best Newcomer Nominee 2017 and Edinburgh Best Show Nominee 2022, Lauren is a comedian, actor, and writer. Her TV appearances include Stand up for Live Comedy (BBC1) Comedy Central at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Roast Battle (Comedy Central), hosting an episode of Takeshi’s Castle (Comedy Central),  The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC), The Great Christmas Rant(ITV2), The Blame Game (BBC One Northern Ireland) and internationally on New Zealand’s 7 Days (TV3), Australia’s Comedy Up Late (ABC) and Canada’s The Stand Up Show with Katherine Ryan (The Comedy Network Canada). As an actor her credits include Drunk History (Comedy Central), Jerk (BBC3) and Climaxed (BBC3). 

“A star of the future...Lauren Pattison looks set for fame.” The List

“You. Are. So. Funny.” Katherine Ryan 

Full line-up:

Lauren Pattison, 5pm - Edinburgh Best Newcomer Nominee 2017 and Edinburgh Best Show Nominee 2022. 

Justin Moorhouse, 6.30pm  - Comedian. Actor. Dog Walker. Parent. Undercover Vegan. Northern Joker.  

Matt Bragg, 8pm - Tour support for the likes of Ricky Gervais, John Bishop, Jason Manford, Lloyd Griffith, Scott Bennett, Suzi Ruffell and more. “Classic observation comedy delivered with effortless style” (Ricky Gervais) 

Andrew White, 9.30pm - With skilful writing and a charming on-stage persona, Andrew is a stand-up fast rising through the comedy ranks with an act that's "definitely one to watch" (Joe Lycett).

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