Description:Edinburgh Fringe 2008,31st July - 25th August 2008, Underbelly, Cowgate (Bellydancer) / STRICTLY NO UNDER 18's ID MAY ... more
Spank! ... BE REQUIRED Back again! OH NO! THE late night show of the Fringe returns after the SOLD OUT, packed out, swinging from the rafters success of '04, '05, '06 and '07! Featuring and insanely huge lineup of awesome comedians, sexy DJ's, controlled anarchy and booze. For wild, unabandoned happiness, laughter, drinking, dancing and probably some gratuitous nudity, get your newly reddened butt cheeks down to SPANK!
Newest Review: ... fear of being groped (this isn't the demographic of Jim Davidson's audience for example). 'Spank!' is good value for money, tickets costing a mere £10 on a school night and understandably escalating at the weekends, and the venue even hosts a reasonable bar with a dwindling supply of bottles that seems practically generous considering the extortionate prices of other festival venues. ... more
Customer Spank! Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 176 readings)
The Underbelly's late night comedy extravaganza is a veritable smorgasbord of laughs and styles, provided you have the patience or the drunkenness to sit through the inevitably awful acts that intersect the funny ones. Lasting for approximately four hours in theory (though not always in practice), the show is headlined by a prominent Fringe act that changes each night, supported by six or seven acts of varying degrees of inventiveness and rubbishness, all hoping to draw one or two of the more sober audience members to their own hour-long shows at a later date. If this show was held outside of the festival, the audience and acts would be noticeably different, ... Read the complete review
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