Edinburgh Fringe

The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much

  • Theatre (theatre)
  • 1:10pm (60 mins)
  • 3-16 & 18-29 Aug
  • Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
  • £12 - £13
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Tickets

Most tickets cost between £12 and £13. To book visit the official Fringe website or contact the venue:

Venue

23: Pleasance Dome
Room: Jack Dome

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Wes Anderson meets Hitchcock meets spaghetti western in this multi award-winning, intercontinental, inter-genre, cinematic caper of accusations, accidents and accents. Roger, a Frenchman in 1960's New York, has followed the same routine for years, until a minor delay saves him from an explosion. Throwing his ordered world into chaos, Roger chases his would-be assassins around the globe. Raucously funny and endlessly inventive, this Lecoq-trained company delights and stuns with live original music and virtuosic acrobatics in this fast-paced, Offies-nominated whodunnit. 'Razor-sharp' ***** (Everything-Theatre.co.uk). 'Stunning' ***** (365Bristol.com). Winner: LET/Greenwich Award, 2020.

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Press articles

Interview: Olivia Zerphy and Paul Lofferon on The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much

"Our primary language of storytelling is visual rather than textual, so we're really excited about sharing it with the people from all over the world who come to Edinburgh Fringe".

Greg Stewart, Theatre Weekly, 2nd August 2022

Twenty Shows to See at Edinburgh Fringe 2022

Whether you're in Edinburgh for a couple of days or the whole month, our twenty shows to see at Edinburgh 2022, is the list of shows you won't want to miss.

Theatre Weekly, 25th July 2022

Edinburgh 2022: The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much Q&A

BWW catches up with the team behind The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much to chat about bringing the show to the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 21st July 2022

Edinburgh preview: The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much

Wes Anderson meets Hitchcock meets spaghetti western in this multi award-winning, intercontinental, inter-genre, cinematic caper of accusations, accidents and accents.

Theatre Weekly, 29th May 2022

Performances

Date Time Venue
3rd Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
4th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
5th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
6th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
7th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
8th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
9th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
10th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
11th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
12th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
13th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
14th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
15th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
16th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
18th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
19th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
20th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
21st Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
22nd Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
23rd Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
24th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
25th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
26th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
27th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
28th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)
29th Aug 13:10 Pleasance Dome (Jack Dome)

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