By AARON McGILLIVRAY
Two of Britain’s finest impressionists are joining forces at this year’s Fringe to make sense of a world where Boris Johnson is Foreign Secretary, Donald Trump is US President, and Brexit means Brexit.
Featuring personalities from Nigel Farage to Joanna Lumley, the dynamic duo of Rory Bremner and Jan Ravens will bring their unique mix of impressions and satire to this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Over 30 characters for the price of two and you can expect the highest quality of impressions and satire from the stars of Bremner, Bird and Fortune and Dead Ringers.
Rory Bremner is Britain’s best-known satirical impressionist and comedian. His satire show Bremner, Bird and Fortune was a mainstay of Channel 4’s output from 1992 to 2010 and won many awards, including three back-to-back BAFTAs.
Jan Ravens has had a long and varied comedic career, beginning with the esteemed Cambridge Footlights Club. Her first taste of Edinburgh success was as the director of the The Cellar Tapes in 1981, which won the first ever Perrier Award for best comedy show and last year’s show Difficult Woman was a complete sell-out. Jan was also a regular face on Alexei Sayle’s Stuff, Carrot’s Lib and The Grimleys, has made numerous TV appearances on mainstays such as Have I Got News for You, Whose Line is it Anyway? and Countdown, and was even the voice of the Cadbury’s Caramel bunny.
Dates: 13-19 Aug 2018
Times: 15:30 (70 mins)
Tickets: £18 (£16 conc.)
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