2017 Edinburgh Fringe

Steen Raskopoulos - The Coolest Kid in Competitive Chess

  • Comedy (sketch show / improv)
  • 8pm (60 mins)
  • 3-13 & 15-27 Aug
  • Underbelly, Cowgate
  • £11.50 - £12.50
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61: Underbelly, Cowgate

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A brilliantly crafted hour of sketches in which the audience are the stars of many of the routines. It doesn't matter where you sit, you may end up on stage. Don't let that put you off going though... things are carefully constructed to ensure those in the limelight don't feel awkward but shine.


The Barry Award and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee returns with a brand-new hour of comedy characters and inspired spontaneity. As seen on Top Coppers, Sky's Halloween Shorts and Whose Line is it Anyway? Australia; don't miss the latest show from this gifted and masterful improviser. 'Triple threat of performance, material and charisma. A flawless hour of comedy' ***** (Herald). 'Technically astonishing and emotionally fulfilling' ***** (List). 'An inspired and utterly original stand-up' **** (Sunday Times).

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Steen Raskopoulos picks his perfect playlist

This made me proud to be an Australian Greek.

Steen Raskopoulos, Chortle, 14th August 2017

The of the best Fringe comedies that aren't stand-up

There's a huge wealth of improv, sketch and character comedy to enjoy at this year's Fringe.

Murray Robertson, The List, 2nd August 2017

Just say yes

Improv is one of the more curious sub-genres of comedy.

Short Com, 2nd August 2017

Steen Raskopoulos preview

Confirming Steen Raskopoulos' classy take on character and sketch comedy, the Australian returns with his patented brand of audience participation, improvising around the unpredictable involvement of punters in his pre-prepared skits.

Jay Richardson, Edinburgh Festivals, 1st August 2017

In the hot seat: Steen Raskopoulos

Last year Steen got Punchline's Rosalind up on stage for a rap battle. Ever terrified of audience participation, surprisingly she left victorious and elated... and now we can't wait to go back for more!

Punchline UK, 31st July 2017

#EdFringe17 Comedy Q&A: Steen Raskopoulos

The Barry Award and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee returns with a brand-new hour of comedy characters and inspired spontaneity. We fired over a Q&A to get more info on his new show.

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 30th July 2017

Interview with Steen Raskopoulos

Steen Raskopoulos takes some time to talk to Voice about the show, inspirations, and to give advice to young people.

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 30th July 2017

Festival City # 1 | Edinburgh Fringe preview 2017

The return of The List's festival podcast, previewing picks including: Sara Pascoe, Steen Raskopoulos, Sleeping Trees, Nothing Ever Happens Here.

Scott Henderson, The List, 27th July 2017

Steen Raskopoulos interview

Steen Raskopoulos writes a piece for us ahead of his new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Female First, 24th July 2017

Steen Raskopoulos interview

While this mercurial Australian prepares for two shows at this year's Fringe, he insists that no one need fear being enticed onto his stage: his improvised sketch work comes from a place of love.

The List, 21st July 2017

Best comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

We pick out the must-see comedy shows that are already giving us goosebumps of excitement.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 11th July 2017

BWW Q&A- Steen Raskapoulous

Steen Raskapoulous interview.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 11th July 2017

Punchline's 2017 Fringe Recommendations

As ever, these are our shows we already know we'll love, and we will continue to recommend shows throughout the Fringe.

Rosalind and Suzy Romer, Punchline UK, 9th July 2017

21 sketch, character, clown recommendations

Looking for something more than conventional stand-up comedy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017? Don't worry, there are loads of idiots out there pretending to be other people, or conjuring up imaginary worlds or playing with props and people in fun, inventive ways.

Laugh Out London, 3rd July 2017

Performances

Date Time Venue
3rd Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
4th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
5th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
6th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
7th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
8th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
9th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
10th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
11th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
12th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
13th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
15th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
16th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
17th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
18th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
19th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
20th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
21st Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
22nd Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
23rd Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
24th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
25th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
26th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate
27th Aug 20:00 Underbelly, Cowgate

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