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THE POETRY OF STICKING AN EGG UP A HEN’S BUTT!

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Spoken Word

Venue:The City Café, 19 Blair Street Edinburgh EH1 1QR
Phone: 0131 220 0125
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Hollywood
AUG 3-12, 14-26 at 15:20 (60 min)
 
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Everyday life can be tragic and comical at the same time. And what’s more uneasy - to laugh at something that is tragic or to take something ridiculous seriously? These are the questions for this unique show. 'The poetry of sticking an egg up a hen’s butt' is ONE story with TWO ways of telling it; one day as a tragedy and one day as a comedy.

Giada Garofalo returns to Edinburgh after “Flipper Committed Suicide!” and “Live in the Staff Room: Sex, Fairytales, Serial Killers and Other Stuff”, with a new experimental storytelling show.
Quotes/reviews from previous shows
"A lovely, funny honest hour by the most engaging of comics...friendly, feisty, funny” 4* The Scotsman
“The more personal her material became, the more interesting it was. Laughter came naturally and frequently in this show, that displays a young woman’s honest and courageous confrontation with herself" 4* Three Weeks
"Genuinely funny and had some wonderful jokes linked into her tale...an absolute inspiration" 4* BroadwayBaby
“A natural storyteller" Brighton Fringe - The Argus


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