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Venue:The Golf Tavern, 30-31 Wright’s Houses (Next to Brutsfield Links) Edinburgh EH10 4HR
Phone: 0131 221 5221
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
AUG 10-11 at 18:15 (60 min)
Venue:The Mockingbird, 72-74 Newington Road Edinburgh EH9 1QN
Phone: 0131 466 2041
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
AUG 3-4, 6 at 23:30 (60 min)
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The only Edinburgh Festival Fringe show from Finland this year is about aging in a world that won't stay the same, being Finnish, not being Scottish and, obviously, dogs.

Harri Soinila was a Laugh Factory's Funniest Person in the World 2016 semifinalist for Finland, he has headlined shows in a bunch of countries and he’s the Godfather (or baby daddy) of English comedy in Brazil. He has performed in four languages, three of which he speaks.

Harri is an astute observer, a clever writer and a lover of horrible puns. His comedy is dark but good-hearted and sometimes the other way around.

'Not many performers dare set up a joke and leave it there, because he just wanted to share, and still make it funny.' (City.fi, 2015)

'Harri, lose the hat.' (Jamie Masada, owner, Laugh Factory, 2016)

'God is dead.' (Friedrich Nietzsche, 1882)

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