Edinburgh Fringe

Jordan Brookes: This Is Just What Happens

  • Comedy (stand-up)
  • 9:55pm (60 mins)
  • 3-7, 9-14, 16-21 & 23-28 Aug
  • Monkey Barrel (Monkey Barrel 3)
  • £10
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Tickets

Most tickets cost £10. To book visit the official Fringe website or contact the venue:

Venue

515: Monkey Barrel
Room: Monkey Barrel 3

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Jordan Brookes

What do you do when the end of the world finally comes and you realise it's going to happen slowly and boringly? No sudden meteor strike. No thrilling zombie apocalypse. Just a gradual ebbing away of life as you knew it. Do you fight to fix things before it gets worse, dedicating your life to making the world around you better? Nah. You close your curtains, hunker down and fixate over something shitty someone said to you two years ago. A new show from the 2019 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner.

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Performances

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

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