Before Scotland brings new comedy to London
Date Posted: 03/07/12
Before Scotland is a new comedy festival coming to the capital this month that brings fresh-blooded acts to the city to preview their material ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe in August.
Comedy fans should book London hotels for Wednesday, 11th July to Friday, July 13th to attend the exciting run of events at The Blacksmith and The Toffee maker, a new pub that has opened up close to Islington.
Six eagerly anticipated Edinburgh Fringe acts performers will give the capital a sneak peek of what they can expect north of the border.
Each night will feature two hour-long shows, the first starting at 19:15 BST and the second at 21:00 BST. Entrance will be just £3 for one of the performances or £5 for both.
Acts performing at Before Scotland include James Acaster's Prompt, Mae Martin's Mae Day, Daniel Simonsen's People Day and Lou Sanders' And Now for a Nice Evening with Wallan.
Posted by Becky Spence
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