Michelle Shaughnessy: Be Your Own Daddy
3 - 29 August
Underbelly Bristo Square
Introducing Canadian comedian Michelle Shaughnessy who debuts at the Fringe this year.
The show, directed by Adam Hills (The Last Leg and Bafta Nominee), ‘Be Your Own Daddy’ is the story of how Michelle spent her whole existence waiting for someone to fix her life. Already established in Canada, she’s had numerous TV appearances and her debut album ‘You Know What You Did’ hit number one on the iTunes comedy charts.
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Age Category: 14 and above (14+)
Age Category Type: Restriction
Venue Number: 302
Venue Box Office Number: 0131 510 0395
Festival URL: www.underbellyedinburgh.co.uk
Babes in Arms: Babies do not require a ticket - Children under 2 years
"Be one of the first to see Michelle in the U.K before she's all over TV. Hilarious! The ideal night out"
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