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STRUAN LOGAN: STRUAN ALL OVER THE WORLD

Comedy

Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Attic
AUG 2-14, 16-26 at 18:05 (60 min)
 
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In the hotly tipped debut hour from Scottish comedian and podcaster Struan Logan, he regales his tales of 18 months living out of a backpack through Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Before coming to Edinburgh this show has already been performed to rave reviews at Fringe World in Perth, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne and Singapore.

“If this show does not persuade you to go backpacking you are probably dead inside.” ★ ★ ★ ★ - The Music

“His travel anecdotes are particularly well prepared and structured. Every story, not matter how small, ties in seamlessly with his other material... A highly candid comedic voice.” ★ ★ ★ ★ - Voice Magazine

“Struan Logan will take you on an adventure… with his contagious, hilarious energy, you will laugh along the way and secretly cringe at several events.” - Glamadelaide

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ - Weekend Notes
★ ★ ★ ★ ½ - Adelaide Advertiser
★ ★ ★ ★ Perth Happenings
★ ★ ★ ★ - Fourth Wall Media




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News and Reviews for this Show

May 6, 2018  Voice Magazine
Struan Logan: Struan All Over the World Review by Isabella Colletta
Logan manages to quickly and smoothly segue from testing the comedic waters of the crowd into his main material on travel, which retains its bizarre and unique humour. From lamenting the troubles of sleeping in hostels as a snorer, to working in Australia and discovering the beauty of five-dollar domino’s pizza, he authentically captures the trials and triumphs of travelling and trying to expand as a comic in completely foreign countries. His travel anecdotes are particularly well prepared and structured. Every story, not matter how small, ties in seamlessly with his other material, and he manages to successfully incorporate audience interaction and improvise new anecdotes without losing direction or momentum. Whilst occasionally losing himself in commenting on audience reactions, for the most part he maintained his persona as a truly authentic comedian with a true passion for the stories he delivered.

A highly candid comedic voice, this newcomer to Brighton Fringe is certainly one to put on the list for a relaxed and entertaining hour of interesting and personalised comedy. Click Here

March 13, 2018  The Music
The Music Review Roundup 4: Fringe World
Although Struan All Over The World is Struan Logan’s debut at Perth Fringe, this Scottish comedian is no stranger to Australia, having travelled across the country on a working holiday visa a couple of years ago. He relays his backpacker experiences, like staying in hostels and working in hospitality and gives us an outsider’s perspective on things we take for granted. His also tells us about hilarious interactions with different cultures and religions while performing in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Despite the less than optimal conditions in a sauna of a room, Logan keeps the audience engaged and laughing throughout. Logan is adorably goofy and his story relatable and light-hearted. If this show doesn’t make you want to go backpacking, you’re probably dead inside. Click Here

March 8, 2018  Adelaide Advertiser
Adelaide Fringe Review 2018: Struan All Over The World
TRAVELLING through various countries means you need to do your research on different cultures, but for comedian Struan Logan it meant he had to make sure his comedy was actually relatable without just being ignorantly offensive and stereotypical.

A humble Scotsman, he's not afraid to talk about comedy shows that have gone terribly and self-righteous hipster comedians he's encountered during his travels.

This honest account of the highs and lows of being a comedian will have you cackling and his relaxed demeanour makes for a highly enjoyable show. Click Here

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