David Trent is back with an exclusive 26 night run. His return to the Fringe is a high-octane audio visual onslaught that promises to be the ultimate in Trentertainment™. David Trent: blowing minds in Edinburgh since 2012. This show contains: Projections. Shouting. Film. Shouting. Audio. Shouting. Shouting. The end. "He's come up with a fresh way of commenting on the world we live in" (Guardian). "In a just world, splenetic anger should pay his mortgage" (Chortle.co.uk). "A searing blend of live rage and mashed-up video content" (Scotsman).
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Full press release
David Trent: Live at the Pleasance Courtyard is David Trent's third ever Edinburgh show. Blowing Edinburgh's mind since 2012, the Best Newcomer nominee returns with his unique brand of tech heavy comedy and high-octane audio-visual onslaught. Trent delivers intelligently depicted yet hilariously explosive observations of modern day pop culture, promising to be the ultimate in Trentertainment™.
THIS SHOW CONTAINS: Projections. Shouting. Film. Shouting. Audio. Shouting. Shouting. THE END.
FACT: He is an 'Alternative comedian' who has spent the last 18-months breaking into mainstream clubs, he has succeeded!
This year David Trent will be setting his sights on his children's requests to watch the video for Blurred Lines, his reactions to being snooped on by the NSA, DJ Locksmith, the greatest hype man of his generation, Barrington Irving's inspirational flying classroom and Nick Griffin's move into the arena of cookery to name but five specific things he will be including in his show.
Since last year's show David Trent: This is All I Have, David has co-hosted on XFM radio with his great pal James Acaster, and has hosted BBC Radio 4 Extra's Comedy Club. He is currently writing and performing on Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment BBC Three show and he has another show being developed with BBC Three alongside James Acaster.
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