GLENN WOOL in NO LANDS MAN

Glenn Wool

Glenn Wool

Brett Vincent for Get Comedy present

• GLENN WOOL in NO LANDS MAN
• EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2011
• ASSEMBLY GEORGE SQUARE – ONE
• 9.30pm (Ends 10.30pm)
• 3rd – 29th AUGUST 2011 (not 15th)

Thank God.  Glenn Wool is back at the fringe.

Picture this. The year is 2008. A delighted Wool has been nominated for the Chortle ‘Best Headliner’ award along with Jim Jefferies, Michael McIntyre, and Rhod Gilbert.  Drunkenly crawling off a flight from Shanghai, he goes directly to the ceremony and loses….  to Michael McIntyre.

After spending all night at the bar and vomiting on the bar, the floor, the walls and the stairs of the beautiful function space, Glenn decides he’s had enough. Literally and spiritually he goes home.

Back in North America he stops drinking and starts again, then stops again, ad nauseum.   Who knows where Glenn would be if he’d stayed in the UK with those other fairly successful chaps from that nominee list? Impossible to know.  However, what we do know is where he’s been after that.  For the last three years Glenn has been travelling the world from Ireland to Australia, via India, NZ, Singapore, HK, China, Holland, Dubai, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, America, Canada, Indonesia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Malaysia, cracking jokes, getting in scrapes with Indonesian customs officers, watching beavers, seeing ufos in Manhattan, visiting the Creation Museum in Kentucky and everything in between.

A pioneer of the world circuit and with no fixed abode, this show will let you peep through the window into a life jam packed with experiences, distilled to perfection and poured into a laughter packed hour of straight up honest stand up comedy.

“Wool is extraordinarily funny – side-splittingly, jaw-hurtingly funny” Time Out, Sydney

“Effortlessly funny with an affability other comics can only dream of.  You have to go and see Glenn Wool” Brian Logan The Guardian UK

 There’s so much of Glenn’s show to love and with a central theme, everything felt cohesive and sparkling. Do yourself a favour and book in to see Glenn nowTVNZ, New Zealand

 “Feisty, opinionated and very entertaining” Time Out, Mumbai

 “Why aren’t you in a queue somewhere buying a ticket?” Kate Copstick, The Scotsman UK

 Further Information: CLAIRE WALKER @ Claire Walker PR 01279 850111 mobile: 07884 181 776 email: [email protected] or CHRIS ROBINSON 07727 440250.
Publicity photography to download | www.glennwool.com

LISTINGS INFORMATION –
GLENN WOOL in NO LANDS MAN
ASSEMBLY GEORGE SQUARE – ONE, George Square, Edinburgh

Box Office: 0131 623 3030 www.assemblyfestival.com

Venue press office: [email protected]  Kelly Fogarty

Edinburgh Fringe Box Office: 0131 226 0000

Dates: 3rd – 29th August at 9.30pm (ends 10.30pm).

Previews: 3rd – 5th Aug. No show 15th

Tickets: 3rd – 5th Aug (previews):   £6.50

Weekdays and 7th: £12.00 (£10.50 concs)

Weekends and 8th and 9th £14.00 (£13.00 concs)

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