Yesterday I posted the ticket link to my own show for EdFringe 2016, Hello, Goodbye. Beyond that, I'm also putting in a few appearances in a bunch of other shows, and they're all now on sale too, so you can browse below and book tickets for any which take your fancy! Here's the complete list of all the shows I'll be appearing in this year, with links to their ticket page on the EdFringe website:
Joz Norris: Hello, Goodbye - This one I've mentioned already but I'd be doing myself no favours if I didn't plug it again. It's my new solo show about love and death, which will be playing at Heroes @ The Hive every day at 18:40.
Adam Larter's Return On Investment - This is Chief Weirdo Adam's new solo show after a couple of years away from the Fringe, also this year's "solo" show takes the form of a new daft play, somewhat in the vein of the annual Weirdos Panto but with a smaller cast. Adam stars as 80s business legend Glenn Fiscal, and it co-stars myself as Billy Teeth, Marny Godden as Meryl Dollar and Laterz Potataz, and Lucy Pearman as Lou Fotanzia and the Sally Burger Girl. It plays every day at Heroes @ The Hive at 12:50.
Comedians' Cinema Club - CCC is returning to the Fringe, where it often sells out, so do book in advance! I'll be appearing in seven shows attempting to recreate films including The Revenant and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest alongside CCC regulars Eric Lampaert, Matthew Highton, Will Seaward, Amy Howerska, Paul Duncan McGarrity, Eleanor Morton, Simon Feilder, Laura Lexx and Olaf Falafel. The show plays from the 14th-28th at Just The Tonic @ The Tron at 15:40, but you can see which dates I'm doing on my Gigs page.
Harry Potter And The Disappointing Aftermath (An Unofficial Sequel) - Weirdos' and Laugh Out London's popular co-produced Harry Potter sequels will be descending on Edinburgh for two nights only as Harry and friends continue to have quite underwhelming adventures long into adulthood. I play Draco Malfoy, and the show is written by Adam Larter, who stars as Harry, and also starring Eleanor Morton, Marny Godden, Matt Tedford, Jon Brittain, Cassie Atkinson, Sooz Kempner, Kat Bond, Matthew Highton, Laurence Owen, Andy Barr, Charlie Miller and Jack De'Ath. It plays at Laughing Horse @ Ghillie Dhu on the 9th and 16th at 23:30, produced by Laugh Out London and Heroes of Fringe.
The Alternative Comedy Memorial Society - Thom Tuck and John-Luke Roberts' cult mixed bill show of adventurous nonsense returns to the Stand for another month of great comedians being stupid. Since being granted the position of Honorary Board Member, I've been given carte blanche to pop into as many as I like, so I'll be at as many of these as possible in order to reprise, and hopefully develop, my much-loved month-long joke from EdFringe 2015. ACMS is playing at The Stand 3 at 22:05.
Eric Lampaert: Alien Of Extraordinary Ability - And finally, if you want to collect all the Joz Norris appearances at this year's Fringe, I'll also be briefly appearing in Eric's solo show via a pre-recorded video segment in which I play Fox Mulder from The X-Files, with Eleanor Morton as Dana Sculley. We've not filmed it yet, but the script and the show are both very funny, so this'll be good. It's playing at Laughing Horse @ City Cafe every day at 17:30.