Date

1 - 25 August

Time

8:10 pm

Venue

Underbelly Cowgate

suitability

Age 12+ (Guideline)

Tickets from

£7.00

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Comedy

My Last Two Brain Cells

The award-winning, 7th highest rated comedy of the Edinburgh Fringe 2023 returns!

Set in the head office of TPL inc. (the company in charge of running Gary Kane’s body), My Last 2 Brain Cells invites an audience of honorary hormones in for a special, once in a lifetime tour of the brain.

Unfortunately, when things go awry, the two biggest idiots in the office are the only ones left and are tasked with keeping everything afloat and saving Gary’s life.

A wholesome, chaotic hour full of audience interaction, music, skits and the most beautiful dance duet the world has ever seen.

NOT TO PUT TOO FINE A POINT ON IT, BUT THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST FRINGE COMEDY SHOWS OUT THERE. ★★★★★ (The Recs)

IT IS TRULY A COMEDIC MASTERPIECE ★★★★★ (Broadway World)

IT’S THE PERFORMANCES... THAT LIFT THE ALREADY ACCOMPLISHED SHOW TO DIZZYING HEIGHTS.  ★★★★★ (British Theatre Guide)

Presented By

My Last Two Brain Cells

Duration

60 minutes

Advice

Audience participation, Strong language/swearing, and loud noises.

Price

Tickets from

£7.00

Accessibility

Absurdist. Character Comedy

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