Richard Wright is just happy to be involved. He loves the Edinburgh Fringe. It's the most wonderful time of the year. He loves it so much he lost out on a job to come do this. Why did he do that? That's not the point. He's here and much like Robbie Williams he just wants to entertain you. For like an hour. Max.
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This show's artwork was involved in The Comedy Poster Awards 2019
A brand new show from a UK comedy stalwart...
Richard Wright presents a hilarious new hour exploring his love of the Fringe and the sacrifices he's made in the name of performing. Richard loves comedy. In fact, he loves the Fringe so much he even gave up a job to be here.
With natural charm, he extols self-acceptance and artistic fervour in this charming, funny hour of down to earth comedy.
Richard's friends see him as self-deprecating, but he always thinks of himself as an optimistic realist - is that so bad?
A truly representative slice of the Fringe, Richard celebrates hope and passion, and looks at why being the best isn't always the best option. Upbeat entertainment from one of comedy's most likable acts.
An iconic fixture of the London comedy scene, Richard Wright formally hosted Pegasus Comedy in Kentish Town. As well as performing throughout the UK, Richard's accolades include Leicester Square New Act of the Year Semi-Finalist 2017, 2018, and Leicester Square Old Act of the Year Semi-Finalist, 2019.
"Wright managed to have us laughing throughout the show": Everything-Theatre
"An endearing stage presence": Broadway Baby
"Richard is courageous and funny, Go watch!": Imran Yusuf
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