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JON & NATH LIKE TO PARTY

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Venue:The Free Sisters, 139 Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1JS
Phone: 0131 622 6802
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Gothic Room
AUG 2-14, 16-26 at 17:00 (60 min)
 
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Jon & Nath return to Edinburgh with their 2017 hit show full of mischievous, action-packed sketch comedy. Crackling satire, outrageous impressions and hardcore physical comedy - including the hottest Jehovah's Witness act in town. Itís time to learn how Jon & Nath Like To Party!

****Ĺ "Hilariously stupid" (Reviews Hub)
**** "Comic brilliance!" (Theatre Reviews)
"Tightly written, suitably anarchic, and compulsive viewing" (Latest Brighton)
"Juggernaut performance" (Chortle)
"Visceral, surprising and contagiously silly... Flight of the Conchords meets The Pajama Men." (London Sketchfest)
"Smooth, intelligent and very funny." (Beat Magazine, Australia)


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May 24, 2018  The Reviews Hub
****Ĺ Jon & Nath Like To Party @ Brighton Fringe
From the moment the duo leap on to the stage wearing white shirts and black trousers and ties, music blaring, the crowd know they are going to be in for a good time. Like an acid house version of the Blues Brothers, Jon Levene and Nathan Lang are going to teach us how to really live, for as the title of their show proclaims: Jon and Nath Like to Party.

Just as quickly as the party starts, it is halted by the comedianís first character creations: the detectives (one senior and one junior as the superior ranked officer loves to point out). Here the audience are treated to some fabulous anarchically funny crowd interaction and a threat that they are all going to check all our IDís to see if we are underage drinking.

As the night progresses the throng witness many more crazed personalities and sketches, each becoming more outrageous and gross. Crowd favourites include the creepy Scent of Jesus sketch (one of a trilogy), Langís impersonations of Hollywood legends and a pastiche of 1970ís horror film The Shining, with a fabulous, low budget, rivers of blood sequence. As well as a very interesting take on ďtrendyĒ deconstructed pizza that has the gathering howling with laughter and disgust.

Levene and Lang (one canít help wondering why they didnít call themselves this as it is much catchier) are great comedic performers with a willingness to do anything to produce a laugh. Langís strength is playing the put-upon whilst Levene turns up the heat. It is a combination that is hilariously stupid. If you like you humour cerebral this is not for you, but if you enjoy physical comedy and wanton silliness they are your men. Click Here

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