Joe’s Pub takes Edinburgh for a month of Fringe, featuring Murray Hill and Tori Scott!
From August 1 - August 27, 2018
MURRAY HILL IS ABOUT TO BREAK
Presented in association with Alan Cumming and Joe’s Pub at The Public:
New York's superstar comedian, beloved showbiz trooper and international entertainment phenomenon Mr. Murray Hill makes his Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut with Murray Hill is About to Break. Renowned for his quick wit and too-tight tuxedos, Hill has been flexing his comedy chops for over a decade, performing and touring with Dita Von Teese, Bridget Everett and more. Murray Hill is About to Break is a rip-roaring comedy show about a man who loves to perform and performs to live.
“Murray sends a life affirming jolt to your senses and a bottle rocket right through your heart. Hands down one of the funniest and most human performers I've ever had the honor to work with. See him now!” – Bridget Everett
Access Tickets: www.gildedballoon.co.uk
TORI SCOTT IS #THIRSTY
Robin Rayner in association with Joe's Pub at The Public proudly presents:
Direct from sell-out shows in New York, LA, London, Mexico and Provincetown, newcomer Tori Scott celebrates poor life choices and an unconditional love of vodka in her riotous Edinburgh Fringe debut.
Join Tori and her band The Shame Spirals on an audacious musical journey of slurred autobiographical stories and songs she stole from other people. Desperate to escape Trumpland for a month and be let loose on Scotland, Tori sings and self-deprecates her way through an hour of sassy political commentary and shameless personal adventures. Through the music of Queen, Lady Gaga, Edith Piaf, Pink and more, she shares her own self-coping mechanism in dealing with her home-country’s ‘life crisis’ and being a female navigating her own way in New York. All of this, with a dirty vodka martini in hand.
★★★★★ “This show was sheer delight. No prisoners were taken in her relentless display of charisma, strength, beauty of voice and expression, all interleaved with her clever, sassy New Yorker commentary. What a marvel.” – British Theatre
Access Tickets: www.underbelly.co.uk