An Audience with Harry Deansway

An Audience with Harry Deansway. Harry Deansway.

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Stand-up show / storytelling starring Harry Deansway performed on the following days in August 2015...

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If you'd said to me three years ago when I started doing stand-up, 'You'll have the best show at the Fringe in 2015' I'd never have believed it, because not only am I a great talent but I'm very down to earth. This show is for anyone who's been sued three times, has a 100% sacking record and run their own comedy magazine that got £30,000 in debt (or someone who wants to laugh at that happening to someone).

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It's an absolute honour to be headlining the Edinburgh Fringe this year. If you'd said to me three years ago when I started doing stand-up "You'll have the best show at the Fringe in 2015" I'd never have believed it, because not only am I great talent but I'm very down to earth.

An Audience With is the story of how a brave endeavour shook a young idealist to his core. This show is for anyone who's been sued three times, fired from every job they've ever had and run their own nationally distributed comedy magazine that got £30,000 in debt. Or a show for anyone who wants to laugh at that happening to someone.

The show will feature anecdotes about luminaries from the world of comedy who featured in the UK's longest running nationally distributed comedy magazine The Fix (which is was editor and publisher of) including Louis CK, Tim Key, Harry Shearer, Neil Hamburger, Russell Brand, Paul Whitehouse and many more. There will be a Q&A at the end and I'm printing a bespoke edition of the magazine to raise funds to pay off creditors.

Renaissance man. Impresario. Bit of a twat. Just some of the words Harry has used to describe himself in this bio. During his time in the comedy industry he has published and edited the UK's longest running nationally distributed comedy magazine The Fix, been the comedy editor for the Guardian Guide, directed several sell out critically acclaimed shows and, what at this stage seems like the high point of his career, appeared as a panellist on Loaded TV's flagship book show Lads Lit.

He currently oversees online comedy channel Raybot and hosts and produces his hugely popular residency Shambles in London, which is now also a web-series on Wildseed Comedy