Mark Restuccia: How To Succeed At Internet Dating

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Stand-up show starring Mark Restuccia performed on the following days in August 2012...

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BBC New Comedy Awards finalist Mark Restuccia is one of the most prolific internet daters in his weight class. A world class internet dater of nearly 10 years, he is an authority on the subject. There's nothing he doesn't know about it, and now he's prepared to share his secrets with you. They might prove too powerful to guarantee an actual relationship but they'll certainly up your click-thru rate. 'Corking lines delivered with unwavering faith' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Like Jimmy Carr when he was fresh' (ThreeWeeks).

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Mark Restuccia brings his debut show to this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe, in the Gilded Balloon's new room The Third Door with his hilarious stand-up hour How To Succeed at Internet Dating.

BBC New Comedy Awards finalist Mark Restuccia is one of the most prolific internet daters in his weight class. How To Succeed... sees Mark delve into his 10 years of internet dating his fifteen HUNDRED dates and how he believes they're actually destroying his love life.

Mark Restuccia can get a date any night of the week. Actually, sometimes he can get three dates on any night of the week... But form a relationship with someone? That's completely different. With decent wifi and a laptop, the dating pool is now an entire ocean and when you're a kid in the sweetie shop, how do you even begin to make the right choice?

Having started his stand-up career in 2007, Mark has played all over the UK and in Europe as well. He was a runner-up in the Myspace Comedy Awards in 2008 with his sketch duo called Knock2bag. Previously in Edinburgh, Mark has appeared in Amused Moose Hot Starlets 2008 and the Pleasance Comedy Reserve Showcase 2010. He is also currently writing a sitcom/mockumentary with fellow stand-up Paul F Taylor about internet dating and writing a book on the subject as well.