Clever Peter: The Dreams Factory

  • Sketch show / Storytelling
  • 5:45pm (1 hour)
  • 30 & 31 Jul; 1-11 & 13-25 Aug 2014
  • Pleasance Courtyard
  • 9.50 - 11
Clever Peter: The Dreams Factory. Image shows from L to R: Richard Bond, William Hartley, Ed Eales-White. Copyright: Cult TV Productions.

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Sketch show / storytelling starring Richard Bond, William Hartley and Ed Eales-White performed on the following days in August 2014...

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Critically-acclaimed sketch group and stars of their own BBC Radio 4 series, Clever Peter return to Edinburgh. This year they invite you to The Dreams Factory... where imagination is King. (For up-selling please call 07789 022303). 'Breakneck nonsense and hilarity' (Times). 'Terrific... If they don't go very far, soon, there's no such thing as British Justice. Clever? Not half' (Daily Telegraph). 'This goes one step beyond sketch - they make it an art form' (Comedy.co.uk).

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Critically-acclaimed sketch group and stars of their own BBC Radio 4 series, Clever Peter invite you to 'The Dreams Factory'... where imagination is King.

Clever Peter are a multi-award winning sketch group formed of writer/performers Richard Bond, Edward Eales-White, William Hartley and writer/technical director Dominic Stone.

Their debut radio series Strap In - It's Clever Peter aired last year on Radio 4 to excellent reviews, and they are behind cult monthly podcast, Clever Peter Unleashed.

They are returning to the Fringe for the first time since 2011 with two shows; brand new show The Dreams Factory, set in the heady world of advertising; and Clever Peter: Free For All, a free show featuring old favourites and brand new sketches on Laughing Horse's Free Festival at City Café, Blair St 4.15pm daily.

Richard Bond has also starred alongside Nicholas Lyndhurst in Radio 4 sitcom My First Planet, by Phil Whelans.

Ed Eales-White's acting credits include Drifters (E4), and the Mad Bad Ad Show (Channel 4).

William Hartley's recent acting credits include The One Griff (BBC1), Cardinal Burns (E4), FIT (CBBC), and Jo Caulfield Won't Shut Up (Radio 4).


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Person Role
Richard Bond Self
Ed Eales-White Self
William Hartley Self