Comedy for Generation Why. Razor-sharp humour from someone who doesn’t want to be the voice of her own opinions, let alone her generation. Morton’s uniquely surreal and witty comedy takes on everything between life and death, as she panics that other grown-ups have left her behind, and wonders how she's going to cure her sister's clinical depression. A hilarious dissection of one of comedy's rising stars.
Eleanor Morton is an award-nominated Scottish comedian who has written for The Newsquiz and Newjack. As heard/seen on BBC Scotland and BBC Radio 4. ***** (EdFestMag.com) ‘A thoroughly enjoyable hour of accomplished and skilful stand-up' (Skinny).
Praise for Post-Morton:
"A nuanced and exceedingly funny hour" ★★★★ Fest
“Morton's show is a very pleasant way to start the Fringe day.” The List
"For a woman who doesn’t think she has fully grown up yet Eleanor turns in a very assured and mature performance, one with loads of laughs in her all too short hour" ★★★★ One4Review
"Smart, biting and Funny" (The Wee Review, ★★★★)
"A thoroughly enjoyable hour of accomplished and skillful stand-up" The Skinny