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2022 Edinburgh Fringe

Frank Skinner: 30 Years of Dirt

  • Comedy (stand-up)
  • 9:40pm (60 mins)
  • 4-9, 11-16, 18-23 & 25-28 Aug 2022
  • Assembly Roxy (Central)
  • £18 - £19
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Venue

139: Assembly Roxy
Room: Central

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A highly anticipated brand-new hour from comic legend Frank Skinner, 'King of stand-up' (Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard), following his sell-out hit Showbiz. 'Frank Skinner has funny bones... even at the top of the comedy tree it's rare to see his sort of fast-thinking but slow-talking instinctual wit...' (Dominic Maxwell, Times). 'Doing what he does best... the gags just keep on coming. Stand-up's coming home' (Mark Wareham, Mail on Sunday). 'Skinner is warm, impeccable company and his way with a punchline is masterful... a delight' (Paul Fleckney, Guardian).

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Press articles

Frank Skinner cancels Edinburgh Fringe show over family health issue

A spokesperson for Frank Skinner said he is now unable to travel away from London for the foreseeable future.

Sky News, 3rd August 2022

Frank Skinner on free speech, his bullying shame - and knob jokes

'There's never been a time when you could just say anything'.

Tim Jonze, The Guardian, 25th July 2022

Edinburgh Fringe 2022: The comedy lineup so far

Here's a small fraction of some of the comedy coming up at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Jamie Dunn, The Skinny, 24th July 2022

22 telly stars to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2022

From the Fringe to TV and now back to the Fringe.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 9th July 2022

Edinburgh festival 2022: 50 shows to see

Phil Wang makes a heroic return, Ian McKellen stars in a balletic Hamlet and Sophie Duker is gleefully carefree. Here are our picks of the festival's comedy, theatre and dance.

Brian Logan, Mark Fisher and Lyndsey Winship, The Guardian, 6th July 2022

Shows to see

Tips from The Guardian.

Brian Logan, The Guardian, 6th July 2022

Fringe 2022: Our pick of the 20 must-see comedy shows

This year promises an festival like no other. Here are the shows not to miss.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 4th July 2022

Top 40 shows to see at Edinburgh Festival 2022: music, art, theatre and more

Times critics on the hottest tickets at the Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival to book now.

Dominic Maxwell, Clive Davis, Neil Fisher, Alex O'Connell and Ed Potton, The Times, 2nd July 2022

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