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Bryony Twydle & Tamsyn Kelly Edinburgh Previews

Comedians Bryony Twydle and Tamsyn Kelly try out some of their new material ahead of their Edinburgh Fringe debuts 2018. 


Presents her Festival debut with her show ‘Flamingo’ at the Underbelly for the month of August this month. She has performed on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’ and ‘Sketchorama’ extra and was a cast member on the E! sitcom ‘The Royals’ amongst other acting roles.
“One to watch for the future” REVIEWS HUB ****
“Impressively dynamic and effortlessly charismatic.” LONDONTHEATRE1 ****
“Great material, comic gold” VIEWS FROM THE GODS ***** 
Bryony writes characters - often based on people she’s met. Are you one of those people? Most probably! And will it be flattering? Most probably not! If you are a crazed unorthodox speed awareness instructor, a small public school boy called Hector, or a Greek sex therapist with a very questionable accent you may well have been an inspiration for this show
“Great material, comic gold” VIEWS FROM THE GODS *****

Tamsyn Kelly is a comedian, actor and director. As a comedian she has supported Seann Walsh, Omid Djalili and Jessie Cave, she has also appeared with Russell Kane on Rage Room (Channel 4), as well as Things You Shouldn’t Say on BBC3. Tamsyn directs and performs drag and was a finalist in Man Up 2018. 

She also debuts her show at Underbelly this summer: 

"Does a story even exist if it's not on Instagram? Tamsyn Kelly is a hilarious, fresh, new voice. And she's going to use that voice to be heard. Just like Emma Watson did in 2001 when she invented feminism. Or something like that. Probably. Tamsyn Kelly reminds us, with her big mouth, that in an age where we are surrounded by big mouths, it's OK to use yours to say 'I don't know.' Don't worry, I know you've spent all your cash in Pret, so luckily this show is cheap. You're welcome."

Come see these two hilarious ladies for free at the Waterpoet this June!

Doors at 19.30, starts at 8PM!
Pay what you want!

Earlier Event: June 14
The World Cup at The Water Poet
Later Event: June 19
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