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The Idiot Circus: Death is Coming

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Tickets

Most tickets cost between £12 and £13.50. To book visit the official Fringe website or contact the venue:

Venue

3: Assembly George Square Gardens
Room: Piccolo

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An evening of original songs and existential banter from a dark cabaret band with funny hats. Songs full of horrid murders, guillotines, dark magicians, lonely princesses and drunken regrets are offered up by this theatrical four piece.

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Reviews

Press articles

Nick Court: The iDiOT Circus interview

I arranged a chat with Nick to find out more about the band and the multi-tasking performer himself.

Caro Moses, ThreeWeeks, 9th August 2022

Top picks: Cabaret and Variety

What to see if you're after a subversive performance and a party atmosphere.

Fest Mag, 2nd August 2022

Interview: The iDiot Circus Death is Coming

An evening of original songs and existential banter from a dark cabaret band with funny hats.

The New Current, 30th July 2022

Cabaret at the Fringe - interview - The Idiot Circus: Death is Coming

It's 50 mins of original songs and existential banter on themes like loneliness, drunkenness, revolution, getting lost up a hill and, of course, death.

Holly, Phoenix Remix, 27th July 2022

Interview with singer songwriter Nick Court, The Idiot Circus

The Idiot Circus are performing their debut at Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August.

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 27th July 2022

Edinburgh 2022: The Idiot Circus Q&A

BWW catches up with The Idiot Circus to chat about bringing Death Is Coming to the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 1st July 2022

The Idiot Circus interview

It's gonna be four grown men playing songs that for the most part deal with existential themes of life and death, loneliness, love, revolution and drunkenness, with at least one of the men wearing a pair of furry legs, unless the other members of the band manage to convince him otherwise.

On The Mic, 24th June 2022

Edinburgh 2022: Pick of the Programme- Cabaret

With over 3000 shows now onsale for the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, trying to narrow down what to see can be a bit of a task. BWW reviewer Natalie O'Donoghue has selected her top ten picks across the festival programme to highlight the shows you really don't want to miss this year!

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 14th June 2022

Performances

Date Time Venue
3rd Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
4th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
5th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
6th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
7th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
8th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
9th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
10th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
11th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
12th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
13th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
14th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
16th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
17th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
18th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
19th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
20th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
21st Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
23rd Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
24th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
25th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
26th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
27th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)
28th Aug 20:55 Assembly George Square Gardens (Piccolo)

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