The Fringe at Prestonfield announces that following the sell-out success of Janey Godley’s forthcoming show Not Dead Yet on 18 August, the much-loved Scottish comedian has added a further date of 21 August to her Edinburgh Festival Fringe run at Prestonfield House hotel.
The 500-seat venue has also added Julian Clary in conversation with Christopher Biggins to its star-studded line-up, taking place on 20 August. Booking is now open for both shows: www.fringeatprestonfield.co.uk / www.edfringe.com.
‘Still alive, by popular demand’, Janey Godley opens the venue’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme after her record-breaking Scottish tour. She can’t wait to be back doing what she does best! Expect more hilarious anecdotes, straight from ‘the woman that wouldn’t die and shut up’. Janey, whose BBC Radio 4 show Janey Godley: The C Bomb is currently receiving rave reviews, said: “I can’t wait to be at this end of the town for the Festival. Unlike Mary, I certainly belong in a stable!”
Julian Clary will join his friend Christopher Biggins for an evening of fun, chat…and who knows what! The evening is part of The Fringe at Prestonfield: Hosted by Christopher Biggins series of events, with other confirmed guests including Dame Arlene Phillips and Stephanie Beacham. Sir Cliff Richard will also appear in conversation with Gloria Hunniford.
Producers Denise Silvey, Christopher Biggins and Jane Compton (CDJ Entertainment), along with Prestonfield House hotel, are running the new Edinburgh venue, The Fringe at Prestonfield (venue 105), from 18-27 August 2023. The 500-seat Fringe venue at Edinburgh’s prestigious and beautiful Prestonfield House will host an illustrious line-up which also includes Michael and Hilary Whitehall, The Barricade Boys, The Celtic Tenors and An Afternoon of Gilbert and Sullivan with further shows to be announced.