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Laugh Train Home Comedy on Wednesday 25th July 2018
Laugh Train Home is known for hilarious comedy nights, a fun atmosphere and a bit of the unexpected.
PETE FIRMAN: Marvels (Preview)
The UK's leading comedy magician' (Time Out) returns to the Fringe with an astonishing new show. Expect Pete's trademark blend of laugh-out-loud comedy and jaw-dropping magic. 'The man from Middlesbrough sets the pace for comedy-meets-magic in the 21st century' (Times) 'Seamless blending of quality magic and stand-up comedy.
Tonight at the London Palladium, The Next Great Magician, The John Bishop Show and The Sarah Millican Television Programme.
LUCY PORTER: Pass it On (Preview)
A brand-new stand-up show from the perennial Fringe favourite. Always warm, witty and thought-provoking, this is Lucy's best show yet. She muses on what we receive from our ancestors and what we pass on to future generations. Lucy's inherited dodgy knees and global warming from her parents, but can she leave a better legacy for her children?
Live at The Apollo. QI, Room 101, BBC Radio 4's News Quiz and The Now Show.
Every year, thousands of comics bring comedy shows to the internationally known Edinburgh Fringe Festival. But those shows need to be tweaked and refined, honed and perfected...and that's happening at Laugh Train Home. Don't miss this behind-the-scenes unique opportunity to see these Work in Progress shows. This is how live stand-up comedy is put together.
PLEASE NOTE: We bring the best acts from the UK. But they are also real people. As such, it is rare, but our line-ups are subject to change - family emergencies and last minute TV filming does happen. We will tweet and Facebook any changes we have.
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