The most talked about comedian from last year's Fringe is back. He's still white, and you're still hippies. Something's got to give. And I'm not blacking up. It's been a globe-trotting year for Whitey. He's been to America, Australia, Holland and the rest. All over, he's found people who say they're too left wing to vote for centrists and he's decided to call bull. A man who is now politically homeless drags you dropouts down into his gutter. ***** (Scotsman). ***** (Chortle.co.uk). 'Thought-provoking and side-splitting' (Independent). 'The most relevant comedian at the Fringe' (EdFestMag.com).
Head to Fin Taylor's show to hear a refreshingly different take on topics such as terrorism, politics and white privilege. There are huge laughs to be had in this fast-paced show. Get your tickets quick, because the Tron basement isn't huge, and as word-of-mouth continues to spread, it'll soon be sold out.
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