2018 Edinburgh Fringe

Paul Sinha: The Two Ages of Man

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Paul Sinha: The Two Ages of Man. Paul Sinha

After last year's sell-out run, Paul returns to Edinburgh with his life, seemingly, still bordering on disarray. Having spent two decades juggling disparate careers, loneliness, heartbreak, a multitude of vices and an overwhelming urge to show off his general knowledge, he finds that just as one problem disappears, another suddenly emerges. Paul is 48 and is pondering the unthinkable. Is he past it? Was Shakespeare wrong? Are there only Two Ages of Man? 'An utter treat' ***** (EdFestMag.com). 'Jam-packed with laughs' ***** (One4Review.co.uk). 'Comedy gold' **** (Scotsman). **** (Times). **** (Chortle.co.uk).

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
1st Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
3rd Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
4th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
5th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
8th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
9th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
10th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
11th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
12th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
13th Aug 18.30 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
14th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
15th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
16th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
17th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
18th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
19th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
20th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
21st Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
22nd Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
23rd Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
24th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
25th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)
26th Aug 16.55 The Stand Comedy Club (Stand 1)

Reviews

Press articles

The critic, the comic and the standup row

Paul Sinha denied a free preview ticket to reviewer Kate Copstick. She was furious, he retaliated ... and no one is laughing now.

Vanessa Thorpe, The Guardian, 4th August 2018

The theatre, comedy and dance you need to see this year

Head to this year's International Festival and Fringe with our critics' guides to all the best theatre, dance and comedy.

Veronica Lee, Bruce Dessau, Emma Byrne, Evening Standard, 2nd August 2018

Paul Sinha hits back at Kate Copstick

I have always been cheerfully aware that overall, I have had the luck of the draw with Edinburgh reviewers. The flipside is being constantly aware that the luck will run out, but I didn't foresee just how spitefully this would happen.

Paul Sinha, Chortle, 31st July 2018

Paul Sinha on the personal and political

After an acclaimed 2017 show on heartbreak, Paul Sinha's new show about ageing once again draws on matters closer to home.

Ben Venables, The Skinny, 27th July 2018

A piggy interview with Paul Sinha

Paul Sinha interview.

Wrigley Worm, FringePig, 25th July 2018

Stewart Lee's 2018 Edinburgh Fringe picks

Stewart Lee is not performing at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival, but via his newsletter he made some suggestions of people he thinks you should see this August.

British Comedy Guide, 16th July 2018

15 Fringe comedy shows you should book now

August may feel a lifetime away, but it won't be long until Edinburgh Festival and Fringe season rolls around.

Alex Watson, Edinburgh Evening News, 19th June 2018

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