2018 Edinburgh Fringe

Enter the Dragons

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Enter the Dragons

Enter the Dragons is a riotous, surreal odyssey exploring the pressures facing women as they age. Described as the WI run by The Mighty Boosh. Expect fantastical characters, ridiculous puppetry and extreme wigs. A knock-out combination of joy and dissent which gives ageing a good kick up the arse. Bobby winner Best Show Brighton Fringe 2017. 'They marry hilarity and sincerity with remarkable precision' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Utterly hilarious, simply ingenious' **** (TheReviewsHub.com). 'Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards are a brilliant comedy coupling: sharp as a witch's nose, sparkly as Cinderella's slippers. A fabulously entertaining evening' (Total Theatre).

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
1st Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
2nd Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
3rd Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
4th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
5th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
6th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
7th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
8th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
9th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
10th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
11th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
12th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
14th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
15th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
16th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
17th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
18th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
19th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
20th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
21st Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
22nd Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
23rd Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
24th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
25th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
26th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
27th Aug 16.10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)

Reviews

Press articles

Fringe Q&A: The worst thing you've done at a festival?

We asked some of the people who are performing shows at the Edinburgh Fringe what the worst thing they've ever done at a festival is. Brace yourself for some of these answers....

British Comedy Guide, 5th August 2018

Fringe Q&A: What do your parents think?

We asked some of the comedians heading up to the Fringe how many times their parents have seen them perform. Some acts have very supportive mums and dads it would appear... but not everyone in this list can say that.

British Comedy Guide, 30th July 2018

Female acts on character comedy

Beth Vyse, Naomi Paxton and clowning duo Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards talk about motherhood, sisterhood and kicking ageing up the arse.

Ben Venables, The Skinny, 30th July 2018

Fringe female comedy duos: Enter the Dragons

Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards introduce themselves ahead of their Fringe run.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 27th July 2018

Fringe Q&A: What are you putting in your suitcase?

A hazmat suit, a horse's head, a Mr Miyagi doll, five kilos of dried super-long spaghetti, and Immodium - just some of the things that comedians are putting in their suitcases ahead of getting on planes and trains bound for the Edinburgh Festival.

British Comedy Guide, 26th July 2018

Fringe Q&As: Emma Edwards and Abigail Dooley

Emma Edwards and Abigail Dooley on their new show Enter the Dragons.

Linda Howard, The Herald, 16th July 2018

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