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    The Six Nations Championship
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Brett Goldstein
Tuesday 19th June 2018 at Aces & Eights »
Jen Brister and Brett Goldstein preview their brand new Edinburgh Shows for your delectation and delight.

Jen Brister - Meaningless

Ever wanted to know the meaning of life? No, neither has Jen, she’s too busy trying to stop her twins from using her shoes as a toilet. Still, we’re only on this planet for a finite time, wouldn’t it be good to find a bit of meaning in your otherwise pointless existence? Join Jen as she clutches at all the straws trying to make sense of it all.

“Outrageously Funny” THE METRO

Brett Goldstein: What Is Love Baby Don't Hurt Me.

Sex. Porn. Love. Addiction. Can Brett tell the difference? Brett Goldstein, award-winning comic, actor and writer, returns to aces eights with a new stand-up show about relationships, psychology, living in a post-porn world and the hell that is being in love. Come help him through this difficult time.

'Sharply written, impeccably delivered, always charming... Warm, wise stuff' (Daily Telegraph).

'Fast paced, dark and brutal, and performed with skill and ease... Oddly philosophical and fascinating.' (WhatsOnStage.com).

Doors at 7pm start at 7.30pm