Bob Graham Work Ethic

  • Stand-up
  • 1:25pm (1 hour)
  • 1-5, 8-12, 14-18 & 21-26 Aug 2012
  • The Beehive Inn
  • Free
Bob Graham Work Ethic. Copyright: Thames Television.

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Stand-up show starring Bob Graham performed on the following days in August 2012...

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Hard work never killed anyone. It didn't kill Bob, though it did put him off hard work. After 28 years of life, over 30 different jobs and being fired from a job he hated, Bob is ready to explain why, in a time of recession, mass unemployment and conservative government, not having a job is perhaps the only sensible option. In the past, Bob has been described as 'wonderfully anarchic' (Skinny) and 'too intelligent for Perth' (some woman from Perth). Join him for his debut solo show where he intends to prove both quotes right.

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Bob Graham performs the world premiere of his debut solo stand up show in association with The Scottish Comedy Festival.

In a time of recession and mass unemployment Bob Graham is more than adept at living a life of poverty and idleness. After 28 years of life, over 30 different jobs and being fired from a job he hated, Bob is ready to explain why, in these uncertain times, not having a job is perhaps the only sensible option.

Work Ethic is unique in that it is written and performed by an actual resident of Edinburgh and is the only Fringe comedy show to feature a game of Top Trumps based on one man's life experiences.

"wonderfully anarchic" (The Skinny)

"too intelligent for Perth" (some woman from Perth)