2013 Edinburgh Fringe

Richard Herring - We're All Going to Die!

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Richard Herring - We're All Going to Die!. Richard Herring. Copyright: Avalon Television

After sorting out politics (Hitler Moustache), religion (Christ on a Bike), love (What is Love, Anyway?) and penises (Talking Cock) Herring's tenth consecutive stand-up show tackles the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns (apart from Jesus and that canoe bloke). Is death a tragedy or an excuse to have an extended lie-in? Are we snuffed out or forced to endure eternity without bodily pleasures? Death is inevitable, so let's laugh in its face while our hearts still beat and our jaws are still attached.

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
31st Jul 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
1st Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
2nd Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
3rd Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
4th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
5th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
6th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
7th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
8th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
9th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
10th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
11th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
12th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
13th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
14th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
15th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
16th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
17th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
18th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
19th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
20th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
21st Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
22nd Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
23rd Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
24th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard
25th Aug 20.00 Pleasance Courtyard

Reviews

Press articles

Richard Herring swaps posters for DVDs

Every surface of Edinburgh is covered in a poster promoting a Fringe show - and this form of advertising is not cheap. Richard Herring has come up with an alternative marketing idea - a free DVD.

British Comedy Guide, 3rd August 2013

Edinburgh Preview - Richard Herring

After tackling racism, religion and cocks, We're All Going To Die confronts death itself.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 24th July 2013

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After sorting out politics (Hitler Moustache), religion (Christ on a Bike), love (What is Love, Anyway?) and penises (Talking Cock) Herring's tenth consecutive stand-up show tackles the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveller returns (apart from Jesus and that canoe bloke). Is death a tragedy or an excuse to have an extended lie-in? Are we snuffed out or forced to endure eternity without bodily pleasures? Death is inevitable, so let's laugh in its face while our hearts still beat and our jaws are still attached.

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