WitTank: Old School Secrets

  • Sketch show
  • 7:40pm & other times, see below (1 hour)
  • 30 & 31 Jul; 1-24 Aug 2014
  • Pleasance Courtyard
  • 9 - 12
WitTank: Old School Secrets. Image shows from L to R: Kieran Boyd, Naz Osmanoglu, Mark Cooper-Jones. Copyright: BBC.

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Sketch show starring Kieran Boyd, Mark Cooper-Jones and Naz Osmanoglu performed on the following days in August 2014...

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Days marked with a + indicate multiple performances.
Differing performance details
  • 8 Aug, 11:40pm
  • 9 Aug, 11:40pm
  • 15 Aug, 11:40pm
  • 16 Aug, 11:40pm
  • 22 Aug, 11:40pm
  • 23 Aug, 11:40pm

Sketch maestros WitTank invite you into the ostentatiously furnished corridors of The School; a splendidly twisted world, and an unsettling relic of empire, where maniacal masters rub tweedy shoulders with sharp-tongued scoundrels, and mystery and misrule abound. Directed by Adam Brace. 'Beautiful narrative sketch comedy ... masterful' (Sunday Times).

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Stars of BBC Three's Live at the Electric and BBC Radio 4's Sketchorama, Sketch maestros Wittank invite you back into the ostentatiously furnished corridors of The School; a splendidly twisted world, and an unsettling relic of Empire, where maniacal masters rub tweedy shoulders with sharp-tongued scoundrels, and mystery and misrule abound. Old School Secrets follows on from Wittank's smash-hit 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show, The School.

Kieran Boyd was a semi-finalist in So You Think You're Funny 2009 and the Amused Moose Laugh-Off 2010. At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2009 and 2010 he compered the stand-up showcase, Comedy Baby, 2011 saw Kieran perform in stand-up show Don't Mess and direct a sketch show from The Leeds Tealights. In 2012, he performed in the Fringe's longest running comedy showcase, The Comedy Zone.

Mark Cooper-Jones, recently on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three), Chortle Best Newcomer 2012 nominee and Loaded Laftas runner-up 2011, (Sir), is an authoritative stand-up with a penchant for rules and 'Countries and Capitals' tests - mainly due to his past experience as a geography teacher.

Naz Osmanoglu, is known as Live at the Electric's Spanish lothario Antonio, has been on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three) and will appear in an episode of the upcoming series of Plebs (ITV2). Naz was winner of the Amused Moose Laugh-off Competition 2009 and finalist in Edinburgh's So You Think You're Funny 2009.


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Person Role
Mark Cooper-Jones Self
Kieran Boyd Self
Naz Osmanoglu Self