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2018 Edinburgh Fringe

Adam Riches Is Coach Coach 2: Coach Harder

  • Comedy (character)
  • 9:45pm (60 mins)
  • 3-4, 7-8, 11-12, 15-16, 19-20, 23-24 & 27 Aug 2018
  • Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
  • £11 - £15
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Venue

23: Pleasance Dome
Room: QueenDome

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Don't be put off if you didn't see the first instalment of Coach Coach back in 2015, you'll soon catch up. Sit back and let yourself be swept up in the excitement of the volfsball match of the century. Will good triumph over evil, will Eric Coach ever find true happiness, will you ever know what volfsball is? Fabulous fun for comedy and sports lovers alike.


The Edinburgh Comedy Award winner returns with this hotly anticipated sequel to his 2015 smash hit. This time he's battling age, personal demons and the inevitable Hollywood reboot of his past life. 'Game, set and match, Riches' ***** (Skinny). 'A slam dunk, hole-in-one, home run' ***** (Time Out). 'Part interactive theatre, part improvised comedy, all beer-spittingly funny' **** (Telegraph). 'Again, I'm so unbelievably good in this that I weep for other characters in other shows, such is the height of the bar I have indeed set' (All of the stars, Coach Coach).

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Press articles

10 comedy shows you must see

Here's our pick of this year's must see comedy shows.

The Scotsman, 15th August 2018

Who to watch at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018

The stars of the festival reveal their recommendations to guarantee laughs of the belly variety.

The Mirror, 2nd August 2018

11 theatre recommendations for the Edinburgh Fringe

Laugh Out London brings you a list of some of the best theatre shows you will see at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 that the comedy fan might also like.

Laugh Out London, 30th July 2018

Adam Riches on performing as he ages

Like a speedy striker turned holding midfielder, I have been forced to adapt my stand-up comedy game by Father Time.

Adam Riches, The Guardian, 9th July 2018

Break a leg (and other stage injuries)

Amusing tales of Fringe performers suffering bodily harm.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 6th July 2018

Adam Riches interview

The comedian, writer and Foster's Edinburgh comedy award winner on the things that make him laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 22nd June 2018

Performances

Date Time Venue
3rd Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
4th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
7th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
8th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
11th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
12th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
15th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
16th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
19th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
20th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
23rd Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
24th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)
27th Aug 2018 21:45 Pleasance Dome (QueenDome)

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