Underbelly (Bristo Square)
31st July – 26th August (not 12th, 24th)
12.10 (60 mins)
The stand-up poetry show Don’t Bother, starring multi award-winning performance poet Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin, will be part of the line-up at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The comedy and poetry show about dead dogs, chocolate and nostalgia comes to Venue 302, Underbelly Bristo Square from Wednesday 31 July – Monday 26 August.
Alumnus of the Durham Revue, Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin presents a semi-coherent exploration of nothing in particular, using some words that rhyme and some more that don’t.
Blending surreal humour with storytelling and spoken word, Don’t Bother is a unique hour of comedy that is not to be missed.
On taking the show to Edinburgh, Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin said: “After developing and performing Don’t Bother for over a year, I am thrilled to finally be able to take it to Edinburgh Fringe for an extended run. It is a joyous, surreal and at times thought-provoking show, and I cannot wait to share it with a wider audience.”
Bróccán is the winner of Best Spoken Word Show at 2019’s Sabateur Awards and Manchester Word War 2018, and is a Hammer and Tongue National Finalist.