It’s Susan Calman’s tenth year in comedy and she’s back with a brand new show.
You may have seen or heard her on shows like QI, Have I Got News For You or Mock the Week; now you have the opportunity to see her in person, life size if you will. For information Susan is taller than a borrower but shorter than the average thirteen year old child.
The show? Well she’s ready to create a storm, to set the record straight, to give it to the man (whoever he is). Incidentally she would also like to be Batman. Ninety minutes of comedy that you will enjoy if you’re over 16, like what she does, and won’t be so drunk that she has to throw you out. Sounds like a terrible personal ad doesn’t it? She also likes fine wines, kittens and walks along the beach.
Seriously. It’s going to be epic.
DINNER & A SHOW OFFER
Make a night of it by booking a pre-show meal at Food @ the Mercury. Simply add either a two (£13.95) or three course (£15.95) meal to your basket along with your theatre tickets.
No need to choose what you are having in advance – simply select from the delicious options available on the night.
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The high energy throughout her unswerving flow of entertaining quips and hilarious anecdotes
Edinburgh Festival Magazine
leaves a never dull moment for audiences… a show that shouldn’t be missed
Properly funny… its lovely!
The iron fist of political comment is disguised in the velvet glove of her gushing
The Edinburgh Reporter
Cutting and clever!
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