2012 Edinburgh Fringe

And Now For A Nice Evening With Wallan

  • Comedy (50 minutes)
And Now For A Nice Evening With Wallan. Lou Sanders. Copyright: BBC / Aramid Entertainment

Imagine your favourite thing and replace it with this show - great highs, no real lows and all begins with a really nice walk. 'From the crazy off-beat surrealism of Lou Sanders it seems something new is happening in comedy.' (Independent). 'Lou is not like most comedians and when she rips a room, she really rips it hard, she always ensures a memorable live performance.' (Sun). One of the Comics to Watch for 2012 in The Sun and www.londonisfunny.com. 'Destined for hugeness ... very funny' (Time Out). All levels of intelligence welcome.

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
1st Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
3rd Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
4th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
5th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
6th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
7th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
8th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
9th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
10th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
11th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
12th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
13th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
14th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
16th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
17th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
18th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
19th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
20th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
21st Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
22nd Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
23rd Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
24th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
25th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard
26th Aug 21.30 Pleasance Courtyard

Reviews

Press articles

Interview: Lou Sanders

There is a perfect balance of character, jokes, and randomness that is all packaged nicely as all being just a touch surreal. Lou Sanders is fun to watch and a remarkable female stand-up. More information can be found at the end of her interview.

Niger, The New Current, 12th August 2012

The cutting room floor: Lou Sanders and a sex doll

Lou Sanders baits Google by talking about her defunct ideas...

Andrew Mickel, Such Small Portions, 26th July 2012

Lou Sanders interview

The Sun interviews Lou Sanders about his new Fringe show.

Tommy Holgate, The Sun, 11th July 2012

More details

Imagine your favourite thing and now replace it with this show. This is the sort of comedy you'd expect from someone who's been to over four countries.

Now includes a compliment section for anyone who needs it. Plus flying is attempted but in a very understated way.

This year Lou's back in Edinburgh to teach you about WALLAN and what it means for you; how to get more WALLAN etc. Fun's been mentioned and quite right too.
The show will feature medium level danger and some high octane poetry (not guaranteed), rasta wigs (not racist), jokes etc. also make an appearance.

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