‘The outright king of live comedy’ (The Times), Jason Byrne will be returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a 23rd consecutive year this August with his brand new show ‘You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything’. Jason is officially the festival’s biggest selling funnyman, and consistently delivers excruciatingly funny laugh-a-minute shows year on year.
Jason Byrne, ‘You Can Come In, But Don’t Start Anything’ will open at Edinburgh’s Assembly Hall (Venue 35) on 2 August and will run until 26 August. The festival legend will then embark on a 31-date UK tour beginning on 27 September at Colchester Arts Centre.
Strap in as Jason takes you on a trip of mad routines alongside some proper bonkers stunts. His truly inimitable style of comedy is consistently hilarious and his endless stream of high energy barely gives audiences a chance to breathe as he delivers laugh after laugh after laugh.
Even if you’ve seen the master of improv before, you can never be too sure what to expect from his live shows, which merge extremely funny stories with daring stunts.
As seen on ‘Live at the Apollo’ (BBC1), ‘The Royal Variety Show’ (ITV1), ‘Don’t Say It Bring It’ (Dave), ‘Wild Things’ (Sky) and recently seen judging ‘Ireland’s Got Talent’ (TV3).
Everyone is welcome (unless you’re under 14, in which case come back when you’re older).
Performances: 2-26 August – Assembly Hall (Venue 35)
Showtime: 9.00pm for one hour
Ticket prices: Tuesday: £17.00 / Wednesday – Thursday: £18.50 / Friday – Sunday: £19.50