The host of Whose Line Is It Anyway, Loose Ends and Talks Back makes his much-anticipated return to the Edinburgh Fringe stage with a one-man show guaranteed to be funnier than Shakespeare's greatest tragedy. 'If the audience enthusiasm is anything to go by, Anderson has been sorely missed from the live stage' (Telegraph).
Much like the title character of The Scottish Play, Clive Anderson is seemingly the tragic hero of his own story, managing always to say the wrong thing at the right time. Luckily for us, this resulted in an hour of amicable anecdotes that in the hands of this stalwart managed to raise huge laughs with absolutely no danger of being a 'luvvie', such is the wry cynicism that permeates every gag.
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