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ED2012 Comedy Review: Amateur Transplants – Adam Kay’s Bum Notes (Bound And Gagged Comedy / Mandy Ward Artist Management)

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Anaesthetist-turned-comedian Adam Kay delivers an hour of first-class smutty jokes – on the piano! The Amateur Transplants frontman is a comedy veteran whose awkwardly hilarious stage presence makes for excellent x-rated stand-up, but the real highlights of the show are his songs. His dark parodies are unfailingly funny: you’ll never be able to listen to the classics in the same way again. Seamlessly switching from mic to music, Kay performs a mixture of new tunes and old favourite hits and even manages to get the audience singing along. Fast-paced, filthy and incredibly funny, you couldn’t ask for more from the Fringe. But definitely don’t go with your parents.

Pleasance Courtyard, 5-27 Aug, 7.00pm.
tw rating 5/5 | [Pallavi Patel]


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